Dalmatia - Split Region Transportation

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Dalmatia - Split Region Transportation

  • Buses (Coaches)

    Split Transportation

    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 weekends, although it seemed to shut randomly for a quick "pauze" at inopportune moments. The buses here run to major Balkan destinations, like Zagreb,...

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  • Jadrolinija Ferry Boat or Katamaran

    Hvar Transportation

    When you're going to Hvar from Split, there are many different options when it comes to the ferries. One way is to take the boat over to Stari Grad, then comes the two options can either take a ferry over wherever can not bring a car, it takes about an hour and a half over, or you can take the ferry over the one can take the cars it uses about 2...

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  • Sea travel

    Split Transportation

    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, Korčula The Split-Trogir water taxi from the Riva- a little over an hour along the coast to Trogir for under 5 euros. It is a great way to get...

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  • Scooters

    Hvar Transportation

    The best suggestion - shop around. This year I was able to get a scooter for 200 kn for 24 hrs. A specialty food store in the market place, near St. Stephan, has scooters to rent - pick up some cheese , sausage, anchovies and a scooter and search out a secluded cove. Most scooter rental are near the bus station which is behind St. Stephen. My...

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  • Local Buses

    Split Transportation

    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 airport, and carries on to Trogir, and bus 1 will take you to Salona. The station is quite central, about 800m north of the palace. Some maps seem to put it...

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  • Air travel

    Split Transportation

    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 airport

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  • Trains

    Split Transportation

    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 watching beautiful landscapes. Not of less importance, you could take some nice pics, espacially while train passing along the river of Una. Train ticket...

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