Split Transportation

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  • 1. Buses (Coaches)

    Split is well served by both local and intercity buses, and the station is very central, right next to the station and ferry port. You can buy tickets there, and the office is open late even on...

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  • 2. Sea travel

    By ferry/ catamaran from Split you can travel to : - Ancona, Italy - Supetar, Brač - Stari Grad, Hvar - Rogač, Šolta - Vis, Vis - Bol, Brač and Jelsa, Hvar - Hvar, Hvar and Vela Luka,...

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  • 3. Local Buses

    You don't need buses to visit Split, but if you want to get to the airport, or visit Trogir or the Roman ruins at Salona, then you'll need to figure them out. Basically bus 37 takes you to the...

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  • 4. Air travel

    This is quite a small airport, not so many opportunities to buy food, some places to sit, etc. NB! Remember to not have batteries in their luggage, it was something with the security control of...

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  • 5. Trains

    If travelling from Zagreb, alone or in couple, train is, for many reasons, definatelly the best way to get to Split. Train isn't so fast but offers comfort, possibility to stretch the legs and...

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  • 6. Getting to Medugorje

    3 hours by bus from Split, Medugorje, in Herzegovina, has become a pilgrimage site in recent years since local children there received a visitation from the...

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  • 7. Split - Pula - Split

    There are a couple of reasons why connections between Split and Pula are needed by many people: Pula has ferry connections to Venice and Ryanair connects Pula...

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  • 8. Zagreb - Split highway

    Best way of getting to Split from Zagreb is to use the new A1 motorway (opened June 2005). Driving 375 km kms takes around 3 - 3,5 hours on this very good...

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  • 9. From Ljubljana to Split by Car

    We were supposed to leave Ljubljana early but a heavy rain made it impossible to bring the luggage to the car. We already started to think about leaving the...

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  • 10. Watch How you Come into the Old Town

    I found out from experience that if you follow the signage to get into the old town center, you go out of your way, and it takes and drops you into an area a...

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  • 11. Parking Sucks

    There are some parking spots right at the Riva Blvd, but you pay for them dearly; like $2 per hour, and then there is a 2 hour limit in certain places there. If...

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  • 12. By Car: How Far/How Long...?

    Some road distances to Split from:- Zagreb (Croatia): 410 kms.- Berlin (Germany): 1.467 kms.- Brussels (Belgium): 1.673 kms.- Madrid (Spain): 2.458 kms.Checking...

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  • 13. Transportation System

    The transportation system in Split was very convenient. The bus, train and ferry systems are all together. They are conveniently located in the Old City Center,...

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  • 14. Do we need a car?

    If you're staying right in Split, a car really isn't necessary and could be more trouble than it's worth - parking is in very short supply. However, most people...

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  • 15. Walk!

    Absolutely the best way to get around Split is to walk. In fact, the city is so beautiful and perfectly laid-out, it seems it was MADE for walking. In the city...

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  • 16. Driving in Split

    Getting into Split, you will see an increase in traffic. They are doing some construction work both North and South of the city. Once inside the Center, get...

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  • 17. Parking in Split

    Your best bet for a free parking in Split is west of the Palace, towards Mestrovic Gallery: Branimirova Obala and Ivana Mestrovica Str. It is 10 to 20 minutes...

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  • 18. Getting there

    Split is well served by air from Zagreb, and also has direct international links with Rome and London. There are at least two trains a day from Zagreb, with a...

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  • 19. Air, Bus, or Train?

    When in Zagreb, you have the 3 main options on getting to Split (or Dubronvik). When I was there, busses were more viable then trains, because of the recent...

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  • 20. Good bus and boats in and out of Split

    It was easy to get in and out of Split by both bus and boat. Once your in Split the bus and boat kiosks are in the same general area so check out both options....

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  • 21. If you don't sail there, you...

    If you don't sail there, you either drive or fly to Split. Another option is the ferry to and from Italy. In fact, I left the crew in Split (I had only one...

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  • 22. I think that if you'll go to...

    I think that if you'll go to Split with car you must hear my advise: travel by night!!!!Especially during the summer. There are two importante way to reach...

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  • 23. Split is well served by air...

    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....

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  • 24. I board the first bus off of...

    I board the first bus off of the island of Rab/Arbe, and as we smartly hook up with the ferry boat. Crossing the bay at twenty knots I reflect that I should be...

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  • 25. Driving is Maddening and DAngerous

    If you want to see what the real life is like for locals, look at these pics and wonder, just why heart attacks and road rage are not on the high peak around...

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