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Private Small-Group Walking Tour of Split
"See the very best of town on 2h tour that includes Diocletian palace St. Duje Cathedral Peristil statue of Gregory of Nin The Golden Gate Vestibul Riva
From EUR40.00
 
Split Independent Scooter Tour and Rental
"A scooter rental is an easy and fun way to see Split’s highlights! You will receive one included helmet for your safety while riding; all scooters allow a second passenger and a second helmet (mandatory) is available for free..Pick up a map in our Tourist Office in the very heart of Split Old Town and choose your own route! Drive up Bacvive beach from the waterfront and take in the picturesque scenery of the Mediterranean Sea as you ride along the coastal road. Visit beautiful jewels of Old Towngo up Marjan Hill or just go outside of the town and visit SalonaKlis FortressTrogir or Krka Waterfalls."""
From EUR40.00
 
Split and Makarska Private Full Day Tour from Dubrovnik
"After arriving in Split you will have whole day for visiting Diocletian's Palace Riva Promenade and all highlights inside Split Old Town.On your way to Split there will be a break in beautiful Makarska. This is your private tour so you will manage departure time and place as well as duration of the tour."""Welcome to your own private full day tour to Split! Your professional driver/guide will pick you up on your address in Dubrovnik and take you to unforgettable day excursion. You will travel in brand new air conditioned minivan and use a highway so you wiltitle=Highlights&1=Private+full-day+tour+to+Split+and+Makarska+from+Dubrovnik&2=Travel+in+a+luxury%2C+air-conditioned+vehicle+and+stop+in+the+quaint+town+of+Makarska+along+the+way&3=Visit+prominent+Split+landmarks+like+Diocletian%E2%80%99s+Palace+and+the+Flexible"Dubrovnik
From EUR850.00

Buses (Coaches) Tips (14)

Intercity Buses

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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antistar
May 30, 2013

By bus to Split from Dubrovnik

We travelled by bus from Dubrovnik to Split. The ticket in September 2008 cost 150 Kuna. You actually get 2 tickets Dubrovnik-Metkovic and Metkovic-Split. Make sure you have two little receipt pieces...
yumyum
Nov 22, 2008

Bus from Mostar

We arrived in Split by bus from Mostar. It took about 5 . It was a warm day and the AC wasn’t great. Visa was accepted at the terminal in Mostar . The trip cost $25.00 and 3km for our luggage. We...
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easterntrekker
Aug 20, 2008

SAMOBORCEK BUS LINE

Traveling to ZAGREB by some buses that go to CITY OF BENKOVAC which is loacated inland to ZADAR , Take 5 hours , SAMBORCEK BUS LINE , ask for SPLIT SIBENIK BENKOVAC ZAGREB, ask information on the day...
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AUSSIECRO
Jun 03, 2008

Split bus Terminal - Schedule

Hiyou most proberly will have to go from Spilt busstation to Zadar busstation, and take bus from there to the AirportThe Busschedule for from Split you can find on this pagehttp://www.ak-split.hr/ ...
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Solitum
Jun 03, 2008

Bus to Cities

I took a bus from Split to Dubrovnik which was about 4.5 hours long with one short stop in Bosnia. The bus ride is very beautiful – very windy though! There are numerous buses leaving from...
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nichole_521
May 26, 2008

Buses to Bosnia & Herzegovina: Part 2

...Continued from part 1 due to lack of space:- The journey time from Split to Mostar is approximately 4.5 hours. This involves a 2.5 hour journey southwards along the beautiful Croatian coastline,...
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SWFC_Fan
Jun 09, 2007

Buses to Bosnia & Herzegovina: Part 1

From Split, there are coaches to many other cities and towns in Croatia and the wider Balkan region.Some of the more popular routes (with several buses departing each day) are to Dubrovnik (further...
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SWFC_Fan
Jun 09, 2007

Bus from the airport to Split

If you arrive in Split by air, then you'll need to arrange some sort of transport to the city centre.Split's airport is located close to the town of Trogir, but is 25km from the centre of Split...
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SWFC_Fan
Jun 09, 2007

Buses to Zagreb and Dubrovnik

There are frequent buses to Dubrovnik and Zagreb. There is not much of a difference between taking a bus or a train between Split and Zagreb. However, I would discourage taking a bus to Dubrovnik if...
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midnight_mike
Jun 01, 2006

Bus

Intercity buses are also a good option to and from Split. The inter city bus station is located next to the ferry and train terminals down by the water. The bus network is the most extensive and...
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acemj
Mar 11, 2004

The Buses

You can pick up the buses from by the train station , grab the conductor and he'll stuff your bags in the hold for a little extra cash. The buses go everywhere from Zagreb to Sarajevo and they are...
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biggeorge
Jan 31, 2004
 
 
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"Varoš is the real soul of Split"
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"Diocletian-A Palace that Started a City"
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"Ouch, it's time to Split!"
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Things to Do Near Split

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Diocletian's Palace

Diocletian was a late Roman emperor, the only one who voluntarily abdicated his throne. After stepping down, he came to what is now Split to build the palace for his retirement. The city of Split...
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Grgur Ninski Statue

He was the Bishop man that started the use of Croat language in religious teaching, and countered the desire of the Roman aristocrats and the Pope in 926. Gregory Nin continued religious ceremony n...
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Adventure Dalmatia

We did the Canyoning Cetina River tour with Adventure Dalmatia from Split. We actually booked the tour through Portal Tours, but the tour itself was through Adventure Dalmatia. We got picked up in...
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Franciscan Monastery

The collection of the monastery of Our Lady of Grace has manuscripts, paintings and sculptures (including a work by Ivan Mestrovic, the most famous Croatian sculptor). On the yard stands the famous...
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