Authentic Luxury Rooms

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

NA TOC 6, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Forum Posts

From Trieste to Split

by dianalvesilva

Hi there!

I'm going to travel from trieste to split, and I would like to know the best / cheapest way to do it. I would like to know as well how much does cost the coach from trieste to slip.

Thank you :)

Re: From Trieste to Split

by Ina08

Quote from website (http://www.visit-croatia.co.uk/travellingaround/trieste.htm):

Trieste - Split/Dubrovnik by Bus
There is daily bus service operating on this route, run by SAF. However, the journey takes 10.5 hours to Split, and 15 hours to Dubrovnik, so it may not be the most comfortable option!

If you trying to reach Split or Dubrovnik, or somewhere near those cities, we would recommend flying to Ancona (for Split) or Bari (for Dubrovnik) instead, and then getting a ferry across.

Bus time table:
http://www.saf.ud.it/cms/data/pages/files/000057_resource1_orig.pdf

To get a ferry to Split you have to take a train to Ancona and then the ferry to Split.
http://www.find-croatia.com/ferries-croatia/

Re: From Trieste to Split

by leics

Trieste >Split bus timetables and info here:

http://www.autostazionetrieste.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=20&Itemid=0

or go to

http://www.autostazionetrieste.it/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=4&Itemid=6

and click on 'Linea internazionali'.

You can also take a train, but it takes a very long time (with 2/3 changes):

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

for times and details.

You might also find info/fares on the Italian railway site

http://www.ferroviedellostato.it/homepage_en.html

Re: From Trieste to Split

by dianalvesilva

But does anyone know the cost of the bus from trieste to split??

Thanks

Re: From Trieste to Split

by diocletianvs

The bus company is Autotrans (www.autotrans.hr)
From their website:
departure Trieste: 17.30
arrival Split: 03.58
price 268 Kuna

Travel Tips for Split

Riva

by croisbeauty

If you wish to see and feel the Mediterranean at its best, all you have to do is visit it and it wiil become clear to you why the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea is often called the jewel of the Mediterranean. When visiting Split take a walk along its Riva , if day or night it does not metter, just walk through the crowd and feel the scent of Mediterranean madness. The locals are very proud of Riva, considering it the most beautiful in whole the world, but aren't we all exaggerating when goes for our hometowns!

on the stadium grounds

by lil_traveller

We got the amazing opportunity to walk all around the stadium one day and we were the only ones in there. it was cool that I actually stepped on the grass and walk through the exact tunnel that the players come through.

Kastel Gomilica

by croisbeauty

Kastel Gomilica is practicaly the suburb of Split, along with other six starting with Kastel (castle). Sedam Kaštela, the Seven Castles, are located on the north seashore of Split, in the direction of the town of Trogir. Do not miss none of it when visiting Split, it realy worth to see them.

Split - Pula - Split

by tpk2

There are a couple of reasons why connections between Split and Pula are needed by many people: Pula has ferry connections to Venice and Ryanair connects Pula to London and Dublin.

Here are two options of doing this trip:

It takes around 5-6 hours by car if you use the highway. There is a road toll on the new highway.

Another option is to take the Split-Rijeka overnight ferry.

Fancy dining in Split

by tpk2 about Boban

This is a good option for fancy dining in Split. It's definitely not one of the cheapest options, but the food is good. The ambience is not really dalmation, so if you looking for something more traditional, you might check for example Konoba Kod Joze or Konoba Varos. The food is great, thought!

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