Palace Suites Split

Narodni Trg 13, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Rail, Zagreb to Split

by stevemt

Has anyone got any experiance of doing this rail trip? Is it worth it or would it be easier to just fly into Split?

Any comments welcome.

Re: Rail, Zagreb to Split

by tpk2

I'd advice using either a bus or a plane depending on your budget. Check Croatia Airlines for flights. They have sometimes quite cheap offers. The bus takes 4-5h and is of course the cheapest option. The connections are frequent.

Re: Rail, Zagreb to Split

by stevemt

thanks, in that case I will probably fly directly into Split

Re: Rail, Zagreb to Split

by oeps

flying takes you half an hour (apart from boarding), and although only little experience on the train there, I would say: take the train !!!

on landing in Split, the view is super, looking down at the adriatic, but thats only for 5 minutes, and I am sure a couple of hours in the train gives you a far better view on the total land.

if possible, try www.germanwings.com if you fly (they are cheap)

Re: Rail, Zagreb to Split

by BAGNINOO

It is same price for bus and train around 300 kunas.If you have time take train to see inland of Croatia.It worth,but only on day light.If you choose bus take the one going by motorway it is quicker and in 5 hours you are in Split and also you will see beauty of Croatia

Travel Tips for Split

Never curse Sveti Duje

by FRONA

There are four pillars by which the city of Split is known: Saint Duje, Marjan hill, Hajduk football club and Free Dalmatia newspaper.
Saint Duje is the protector of the City, he was Solin bishop, tortured and executed during emperor Dioceltian.
True Split people never curse or joke about Sveti Duje.

ALLEY STREETS

by DPando

Some of them are so narrow that you have to wait and pass up to others...
in the center town beneath the bell tower and the forum area there is the touristic information point where there are all kind of stuff and info

Zagreb-Split train

by biggeorge

This journey is a real eye opener especially if you take the nin hour night train ,because the route takes you through the Krajina to Knin the former stronghold of the Republica Krajina Serbs.
As the light dawns you notice that every station is battered , often with holes or no roof ,there is also a guy with a lamp who stands amid the rubble as the train goes through which is very eerie in the half light.

The Krajina saw some very heavy fighting which combined with the fact that it looks like the surface of Mars anyway makes it particulary bleak ,just mountain and rocks everywhere with the odd abandoned car and ruined village.

The train then drops down towards Trogir and Split and it's like walking out of shade into the sunshine.

Split is well served by air...

by Kamen_mali

Split is well served by air from Zagreb, and also has direct international links with Rome and London. There are daily trains from Zagreb and over 20 buses. Numerous ferries connect Split with nearby Adriatic islands (Hvar, Brac, Vis, Lastovo, Korcula, etc) and there is a coastal ferry between the city and Rijeka to the north and Dubrovnik to the south. If you are coming from Italy, you can take one of the ferries from Ancona and Pescaro.
Split Airport: www.split-airport.tel.hr/split-airport
Jadrolinija: www.tel.hr/jadrolinija

Diocletian's basement

by midnight_mike

When visiting Split, be sure to tour the basement of Diocletian's palace. A small part of it is free--this is where the shops are located--and the rest requires an admission fee. There are several displays which show what the palace looked like when it was first built, but the main attraction is seeing the craftsmanship of a structure which has lasted hundreds of years.

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