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bus cost and times Split to Dubrovnik in Oct.

by HerbGoldberg

What is the cost per person of a bus ticket from Split to Dubrovnik and what times do the buses depart?

Re: bus cost and times Split to Dubrovnik in Oct.

by MacedonianUK

Libertas Bus-Dubrovnik is and company who has service bus on the line Dubrovnik-split-Dubrovnik
You can find answers on timetables and prices here:

The Dubrovnik-Split bus timetable are:

SPLIT 5,00 6,00 6,30 7,00 8,00 9,00 10,00 11,00 12,30 13,00 14,15 15,00 15,30 16,30 17,00 18,00 19,00 21,00 22,00 every day.

Hope this helps.

Travel Tips for Split

Cats of Split

by yumyum

I really liked all these cats everywhere. Some were in the old town clearly belonging to somebody, others were by the yacht harbour, others again by the staircase to Marjan viewpoint. But I also saw some kittens that were not looked after and their eyes were closed and infected. Harbour cats were much skinier and obviously stray cats whereas old town cats were well fed and looked after.

For more pictures, please check out my cat travelogues!

The "Splicani"

by canaglic

This is the Croatian name for the inhabitants of Split. They are well known for the gregarious nature, love of singing, good food and drink and particularly for their devotion to sport. The local soccer team, Hajduk ("The Bandit") is one of the best supported teams in the country and plays in the Poljud Stadium, which the Rough Guide to European Soccer declared "the stadium with the best atmosphere in Europe". Former Croatian soccer stars Slaven Bilic and Igor Stimac, who have both played in the English Premiership in the past, are Splicani. The 2001 Wimbledon Champion, Goran Ivanisevic, is Split-born and lives there when not travelling, whilst up-and-coming tennis player Mario Ancic is also from Split. The American basketball NBA star Toni Kukoc (Chicago Bulls) also hails from here. And finally, and there is no dispute about this, the most beautiful girls in Croatia come from Split (sorry, Zagreb!).

Old Jewish cemetary on Marjan Hill


This house is cafe Vidilica on Marjan and is the best pointer to get to the old Jewish cemetary. The story goes that in the 1700 and possibly 1800 of the last millenium when Jewish people were moving around Europe and were already on the run, the liberal government of the city of SPlit allowed them to settle there. Accordingly they were allowed to keep and perform their customs and this is suppostedly the only exclusive Jewish cemetary in this part of Europe. If you manage to zoom the photo do let me know what the Incription says!

By plane to Split

by jacob_m

The airport is Split is situated west of the city centre and the terminal building is very fresh and modern, I was very surprised when arriving there!
Croatia Airlines is the main operator at Split airport and they have mostly flights to Zagreb but also some international to e.g. Frankfurt.
Austrian Airlines has also a daily flight to Vienna where one can benefit from many connections to the rest of Europe and the world.
There is an airportbus between Split city centre (close to the tourist office which is close to the port) but the buses only connect to Croatia Airlines departures and arrivals. As I went by Austrian Airlines I had no choice but taking a taxi.

Great outdoor dining - Great food

by karenincalifornia

Split's balmy weather in September made us want to eat every meal outside. Luckily, outdoor dining is VERY popular in Split. We pretty much took our chances and ate anywhere that appealed to us. We never had anything but the best food in Split. I fell in love with palacinkas (pronounced Pah-Lah-CHEEN-Kuhs), a popular Croatian and Serbian dessert we found at many restaurants. A palacinka is a thin pancake or crepe filled with ground walnuts and sometimes chocolate syrup. You can try this at home:


3 eggs
2 cups milk
1 cup flour
2 tablespoons sugar
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 cup walnut, finely ground

Beat eggs, 1/2 cup milk, all the flour until smooth. Add remaining milk, 1 tablespoon sugar and melted butter. Beat until completely smooth.

Heat vegetable oil in a skillet. Pour 1/3 cup batter onto skillet. When edges begin to brown, flip over with a spatula and cook for about 15 seconds. If these won't be eaten immediately, you may stack them with waxed paper in between each palacinka.

Mix ground walnuts with 1 tablespoon sugar. Spread small amount on an open palacinka. You may also drizzle chocolate sauce on the walnut mixture, if you wish. Fold palacinka into quarters and enjoy!


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