Apartments Nikolla

Kovacica 6, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Forum Posts

Re: Bus Service from Trisete to Split

by rexncy

Hi all! I am planning to go from trieste to split by bus on 19 Nov. I have checked the schedule of SAF and Autotrans.

My first question is, as they've only got one bus travelling per day, do I need to book the bus ticket? If yes, how can I make a booking? (As I didn't find any booking tips)

Furthermore, according to the bus schedule, the bus will arrive at Split at around 4:30 in the morning. My second question is, is there any suggestion for things to do at 4 am in Split?

And my last question is quite stupid, as I am a level one traveller, I am not so sure how can I exchange the currency in Split when I first arrive in Split at 4 in the morning.

Thank you very much!

Re: Re: Bus Service from Trisete to Split

by TheWanderingCamel

Catch the SAF bus from Trieste to Rijeka at 8.30am. Arrive in Rijeka at 10.30.
Then catch the Autotrans bus from Rijeka to Split, departing at 12.30pm and arriving Split at 20.40.

You shouldn't need to book a ticket at this time of year but you could go to the bus station the day before to buy your ticket to be sure. 2 hours is plenty of time for you to transfer to the next bus but if, for some reason you don't make it, there's another one an hour later.

There are plenty of ATMs in Split.

Travel Tips for Split

Take a walk at night

by yumyum

I really like walking around the old town of Split after dark when the crowds have gone and just the cats are roaming around. Well, not quite but still you will get a totally different impression and you can take some night shots.

One night there was a concert in the Peristil of a really good singer. Also with less people around you may notice different details than during the day. Cats, cats and more cats :-)

Franciscan Monastery and church

by yumyum

I found different names for this complex of gothic-renaissance style. One said it is called the Poljud monastery, another the Franciscan Church and Monastery of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and another that it is the Franciscan Monastery and the church of St. Anthony. Anyway the complex dating back to the 15th century is located behind the football stadion in Poljud.

There are daily masses as well as a museum with church objects.

Address: Poljudsko Setaliste 4
Phone: 021/381 377

Outdoor Market

by easterntrekker about Outdoor Market (Trznica / Pazar)

If you need some cheap clothes ( like we did as we forgot bathing suits ) this is the place to come. Bargaining is OK to a point. They really know their bottom line though. We got bathing suits for about $20.00 each. They held together for the hole trip too even though we wouldn't win a fashion award.You can get postcards and Tshirts etc. here too.

By Buses...

by coceng

There are many buses at the bus station in Split & being the 2nd largest city in Croatia, the buses should be the best way to go & out from Split.
Some samples:
Dubrovnik : 4 1/2 hours
Pula : 10 hours
Rijeka : 8 hours
Zadar : 4 hours
Zagreb : 8 hours
Ljubljana : 10 hours
Mostar : 3 hours
Sarajevo : 7 hours

Croatia Express, near the bus station; has many buses to some German cities.
Daily buses to Munich
Weekend buses to Berlin
(Tel : 342 645 ; Obala Kneza Domagoja 9)

Touring Agency (Tel : 338483) has a weekly bus to Amsterdam. 35 hours.

Also check the website below.

Great views at Bacvice

by sabsi about Stellon

Niksa had given us the tip to have dinner somewhere at Bacvice beach.

Bacvice is a complex of cafes, restaurant and nightclubs next to Split's city beach. It's a trendy nightlife area but we only came for dinner and to see the "World Press Photo" exhibition.

As there are mostly cafes and bars in this three storey complex we only found one restaurant here that would seem perfect for us and as the view of the sea was fantastic we decided to eat here without really having a look on the menu. It was a good decision, the pizza was great and so were the views! A very relaxing dinner. I had a kind of calzone pizza with ham inside and tomato sauce and sour cream outside. The portion was huge as it actually consisted of two pizzas. Very tasty!

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