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Zagreb to SPLIT then to Dubrovnik

by visitcebu

Hi all, I wanted to ask some advice on how to get to Split from Zagreb. Would it be cheaper and faster with the train? Are there trips every hour? If I were to arrive in Split, is it near the City Center?

What are the best areas in the city center can one stay where it is charming, quiet and scenic?

If you have any recommendations to websites to pensions/hostels or B&B's which is less than 50 Euros per night, that would be great!

Thank you for the help!

Re: Zagreb to SPLIT then to Dubrovnik

by K_V_B

There are two or three day time trains a day between Zagreb and Split (depending on the season) and a few night trains. There are also buses. Bus departures are more frequent, and some buses are faster than the fastest train. However, having travelled SPlit - Zagreb both by bus and by train I prefer the train. The train is quite comfortable, and the scenery is nicer from the train.

the bus station and the train station are next to each other in Split, and right next to the old town. Accomodation for under 50 euro per night is easy to get in Croatia, as the accomodation tends to find you... I'd suggest however to go to a local travel agent for booking, and not just follow one of the many people hawking rooms at the bus/train station. There are a couple of travel agents at the bus station.

In Zagreb the bus station is a few stops away from the Train station on the Tram.
For bus timetables go here:
http://www.autobusni-kolodvor.com/en/timetable.aspx
For train timetabels us the German website (the Croatian site is unuseable):
http://reiseauskunft.bahn.de/bin/query.exe/en

no need to book in advance both for train and bus. Just turn up at the station and buy your ticket there. Prices for train and bus are similar.

Re: Zagreb to SPLIT then to Dubrovnik

by alan1972

k_v_b covered your question, I just wanted to emphasise that some buses take much longer than others depending on their route - so check times carefully. The fastest non-stop buses travel on the (fairly new) motorway, a very smooth ride, and take about the same time as the train.

I've heard some people say they don't like the motion of the tilting trains, although it was OK for me.

Travel Tips for Split

Marko Marulic...

by coceng

Just a money note where you can see the drawing of Marko Marulic (1450-1524), the writer and humanist,
the Father of Croatian literatures.

Prior to the 16th century, Croatian literary works were exclusively religious and devotional in character, by the beginning of the 16th century we come across the first secular work of literature, the Istoria svete udovice Judit (The History of the Holy Widow Judith), written by Marko Marulic, a poet and scholar from Split. This first Croatian epic, which tells the biblical story from the book of Judith and the slaying of Holofernes, was published in five editions between 1521 and 1627. The first edition was printed by Fontaneto de Monteserrato in Venice, where the later editions were also published.

Oldest firm in Europe - Torcida Split

by Iksi

If you are in Split and there is a game on the Poljud stadium,go to the match and you get to know the oldest supporters group in Europe (probably in the whole world).The name of the firm is TORCIDA and they are active since the year 1950!

Salonae

by croisbeauty

The remains of the water-supply, according to its capacity, is counted that Salona at the time of Diocletian had about 60.000 inhabitants. According to the standards, it was considered as a very huge town in the Roman times.

By Train...

by coceng

By trains :
3 or 4 times a day between Split & Zagreb.
9 hours.
6 trains a day between Sibenik & Split.
1 1/2 hours.
On Sunday, the trains would be less.
Better check the infos on other sources or the website below.

Split Tip

by madla

It is very strange but usually it pretty costy to have a generic fish. But there a lot of interesting seafood for a very good price. I preffer mussels which are usually server in very big quantity for very low price and are really great !

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