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Viska 9, Split, 21000, Croatia
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From Split to Trogar

by TravelTwee

I'll be arriving to Split on a cruise on a Sunday next April. I would like to visit Trogar while I'm there from 7:00 am to 6 p.m.

How do I get to Trogar from Split? Bus or ferry? How often do they run, especially on a Sunday in April?

Any help in this matter would greatly be appreciated.

Thank you in advance.


Re: From Split to Trogar

by diocletianvs

Intercity buses depart frequently from the main bus station in Split which is close to the ferry terminal. Buses run every 30 to 60 minutes, buy your ticket at the bus station.
Timetables are available at

There is also a local bus #37 that goes from the bus terminal at Sukoisanska street. Those buses run every 20 minutes (30 minutes on Sundays) from 4 am till midnight. Regular local bus tickets are valid (you'll need one that covers 4 fare zones). - select line #37 from the "Sire gradsko podrucje" menu.

Intercity buses take approximately 30 minutes and local buses need approx. 45 minutes between Split and Trogir.

Re: From Split to Trogar

by TravelTwee

Thank you so much for your help.


Re: From Split to Trogar


Do not take local bus 37 because you will lose to much time.Simply when you get out of custom terminal front of you is bus station.Take any bus which is leaving direction west / sibenik,Zadar, Rijeka /.They are leaving every half hour and in app.25 minutes you will be in Trogir.I know for sure that thee is bus at 8.00 and 8.300.Ticket cost 20 kuna,3 euro.To get back also try to catch intercity bus or 37 local one but it will take 1 hour to reach Split,than you have to walk 20 minutes to harbour in Split.I done that many times when I went to Trogir to meet group for sightseeing but I newer come back by bus because group have they own bus so I came with them to have sightseeing of Split

Re: From Split to Trogar

by sherif8

Your best bet is to take the number 37 bus. You will find this at the main bus depot 15minute walk from the ferry terminal. As soon as you get off the ferry turn left, and walk through the vegtable market. walk straight down till you see all the buses. It will cost you 10 kunas each way (1pound) and the buses run every 20 mins (Please confirm this for sunday)

Re: From Split to Trogar


Wrong about ticket,city bus cost 9 kuna and this one to Trogir is more than 20 one way.It is cheaper and quicker to take intercity bus

Travel Tips for Split

Fresh fish

by acemj

The largest city in Dalmatia, is proud of its seaside location and fishing tradition, so why not try some seafood while you're here!? I had a whole dinner that was delicious, served with a salad and bread. It's rare that your fish will come filleted, so be prepared to remove the bones on your own. My waiter told me the fish is called "Komarca" and I'm not exactly sure what the English translation would be, but I can attest to the fact that it is a tasty white fish.

An ancient chapel

by TheWanderingCamel

Seeing a photo of a tiny 8th century church, one of just two remaining in Split from that time, set us off on something of a quest - first to find out its name and then to locate it in the city. The name was relatively easy - it was the Church of the Trinity - Sveto Trojstvo - but no-one we asked had much idea of where it was. Never one to give up where a Byzantine-era church is concerned (he's a passionate student of that period of history) MrL persevered until we had a reasonable idea of where to start looking.

The church stands on a bit of rough ground between the football stadium and the hill known as Glavicine. The nearest main road is Zrinsko-Frankpanska - I've marked it 1 on the map (photo 3 - Sv Mikule, the city's other ancient church is marked as 2, we'l get there next time).

Newly restored, the church was closed when we got there - it does open intermittently apparently - so we had to content ourselves with photographing it and peering through a tiny
crack in the door.

Split Airport

by diocletianvs

Split Airport (code SPU) is situated in Kastela, about 25km north-west from Split.
The main airline flying from Split is Croatia Airlines, offering 4-5 daily flights to Zagreb (35 minutes), as well as direct flights to Rome, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Prague. Via Zagreb you can catch connections to other European destinations.

Other airlines that fly from Split are Adria Airways (to Ljubljana), Czech Airlines (Prague), Malev (Budapest), Sky Europe (Bratislava, Budapest), Snowflake (Stockholm, Copenhagen), Air Adriatic (Göteborg, London) and a number of charter airlines.

Airport building is modern and in constant reconstructions in the last 2-3 years. As other airports in Croatia, it is quite small with limited shopping and café/restaurant possibilities but offering all of the usual services you might need (Info-office, Newsstands, Bank & Post office, Currency exchange, ATMs, Car rentals, Tourist information etc.)

Catamarans and hydrofoils

by diocletianvs

If you are travelling without a car then it's faster to take one of the catamarans or hydrofoils from Split to the islands. They make an extensive network of waterbuses enabling local people and students from Brac and Solta for instance to live on the island and work or study in Split.

Since beaches in Split are not very spectacular there are many excursion catamarans during the summer departing from Split in the morning and returning from the islands in the evening - making this an excellent opportunity for one-day trips to islands.

Note that during the winter it is safer to count on slower ferries since catamarans and especially hydrofoils can't sail on bad weather.

Peristyle & Temple of Jupiter

by Mikebb

Diocletian was a Roman Emperor who chose to build this Palace in Split for his retirement. He lived during the period AD 245 to 313. At the time of building the palace the harbour came right up to the main entrance and trading ships berthed metres from the main gate.
The Palace waslike a typical Roman military camp, it was 215 metres long and 180 metres wide and enclosed by very thick walls, in places 28 metres high.


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