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Whats the cheapest route out of Split into London?

by denytzia

i am traveling into Split from Budapest. In terms of cost and time it seems bus or train will be best. How early in advance do i need to buy/reserve a ticket.

And leaving croatia my immediate end destination is London, Gatwick airport. I'm looking for the cheapest way to get there. A direct flight out of Split seems to run Between $250-350 US, or i could ferry to Ancona and then fly from there to London for a cheaper fare total.

I need more info on ferry departure and arrival times, exact fare costs, and how to book/reserve a seat. I need to be in London to fly out the afternoon of July 12th.

any info or advice from anyone who's familiar with this route it would be much apperciated, or any other itinerary suggestions thatwould be helpful!
thank you!!

Re: Whats the cheapest route out of Split into London?

by tpk2


You don't need to book the train ticket in advance. Just buy it at the railway station.

Your cheapest way to get to London from Split is probably taking a bus or Croatia Airlines flight to Zagreb and flying WizzAir to London. Or RyanAir from Zadar to London. There are frequent bus connection between Split and Zadar.

- TPK2

Re: Whats the cheapest route out of Split into London?

by kammie

Hi! A resource I use a lot for this type of question is I just checked the site and there are a few different options. Avro flights, British Airways, and Thomsonfly have routes from Dubrovnik to Gatwick, and Germanwings flies from Split to Stansted. Zadar to Stansted is also an option with Ryanair. Good luck!

Re: Whats the cheapest route out of Split into London?

by BlueLlama

I've just come back with Split - went from Gatwick with Easyjet. It's a new route and I think started just a week before I went out there.

Almost certainly cheaper and definitely less hassle than going via Ancona. Plus, I think the only cheap airline that does London-Ancona is Ryanair and they go to Stansted which you'll find less convenient than Gatwick for onward travel.

Have a look at the Easyjet site - they weren't flying every day when I went out (every other day I believe) but then I don't think Ryanair fly every day from Ancona either. I paid about £126 for a return but then I added all the extras like priority boarding and went at the weekend. If you could go during the week you might find a bargain..? It was certainly the easiest way for me.

Another budget flight plan could be to try and get a really cheap flight with Ryanair - they go to Zadar and Pula. Plus various spots in Italy like Treviso depending on how far you're willing to travel. That'll be Stansted or Luton again.

I'm fairly sure that any of these will save you more $ than going to Ancona, once you've accounted for the ferry plus the fact it's not a major airport.

Re: Whats the cheapest route out of Split into London?

by BlueLlama

Oh, and this is what you need for the ferries if you do want to do it that way:

Travel Tips for Split

Off season solitude

by acemj

I was in Split in February and it's unlikely that I'll come back at that time of year. Don't get me wrong, it has its advantages. There were many moments when I was the only one around walking through a small square or narrow alley in the Old Town. Of course, this can be dangerous as I was to find out during my visit to Split.

The best time to come would be in either May or September when the water is plenty warm enough to swim in and there are still a lot of people around, but when it's not so crowded that it's hard to find a hotel room.

Sustipan park


It used to be an old graveyard when the city decided to turn it into a nice walking area. I must admit the view is spectacular but hey its kinda creepy to know there may be bones down there! This park is overlooking the marina and on the other side there is a magnificent view of the Split bay. I enjoyed looking at the ships sailing in during the BURA wind period. It is a struggle I must admit. Anyway, I just apologized to any possible bones remaining under my feet :)

A shop for healthy life

by tpk2 about Bio & Bio

Bio & Bio is the place to be for anyone looking for healthy food in Split. The shop sells a wide variety natural and organic products, such as
- cereals, vegetables, wholesome bread
- sweets without artificial sweeteners
- oat milk, rise milk, fruit juices
- traditional Japanese products

The shop is open 8-21 Mo-Fri, 8-15 on Saturday. I especially like many of their tofu products. You'll definitely need to pay more than for "normal" food. But it's not that bad..

Intercity buses

by diocletianvs

Split is the major hub for buses going up and down the coast, as well as those directed inland.
Croatian intercity bus system may be somewhat confusing with hundred of different private companies, but they create a network that is certainly one of the best in Europe.

Buses are modern and air-conditioned. If you're travelling from a big town like Split you have to buy a ticket at the bus station. It is wise to buy a ticket at least a day before the journey since buses are very popular. Return tickets are cheaper, but in this case you have to return with the same company which can be somewhat limiting factor.

Between Zagreb and Split there are about 30 departures daily by some 15 different companies. This means that at certain periods of the day there are buses every 30 minutes or so.

Your ticket will have the seat number (broj sjedala), and sometimes there are several buses of the same company departing at the same time on the same route, so you'll also have to check for the bus number (autobus broj...).

Note that you have to pay 5-8 kunas for each piece of luggage you want to be stored in bus luggage compartment.

For timetables from Split click on the link below, and then click on "Vozni red". Zagreb bus station website is

Vidilica at the Marjan hill

by BruceDunning about Vidilica-means the view for the scenery oasis

We did not have any food; just a liquid drink. Many people come up here for the view and hang out for a while to enjoy the scenery. Prices are a bit more than you would expect; like a beer was $4-5 and coffee $3.


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