Getting To Split Croatia

Either way you are getting to Split, directly from your country or you are already in Europe, traveling to Split is getting more and more easier.

Split is becoming one of the key points to enter Croatia. You have a lot of possibilities and ways to arrive to Split from any European country. After Croatia has become EU member (2013) many custom formalities will facilitate your travel to Croatia and Split.

Split town strategic position on Croatia map offers a lot of possibilities and ways to arrive from any European country.

Getting To Split

Arriving by car

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By ferry

If you are trying to reach Split from Italy than I suggest to choose one of many ferryboats connecting two Adriatic coasts.

Getting by bus

Bus is one of the cheapest ways to get to Split. Split bus station (Kolodvor) is conveniently located in Split port area.

Arriving by train

Traveling to Split by train is only alternative to much faster, time and cost saving way, like by bus, car, ferry or flying.

Getting to Split by air

We are in a right period of year when people start to book flights to Split. It is a long the list of companies flying to Split.

Split airport transfers

Split airport will be your entrance gate to Split Croatia. Find out useful info how to get from the airport to the city center.

Direct Flights to Split

Each year number of direct flights to Split have constantly been increasing but it seems like 2017 might be a year of the absolute record.

From Budapest to Split

The distance from Budapest to Split is only 750 km but many travelers have difficulty finding the right info and resources before undertaking this trip.

From Split to Dubrovnik

How to get from Split to Dubrovnik is one of the most frequent questions, travelers usually ask me. This guide will help you visiting both cities.

From Zagreb to Split

A practical travel guide how to travel from Zagreb to Split, by bus, by train, by plain and by car, including a visit to  Plitvice Lakes National Park.

Split Croatia on the map

Even Split is not a large city,  Split city map is an essential resource for first time  visitors to make the most of your stay here.

Get to know Split harbor

Split ferry port may sometimes look as the most chaotic place in Split if you don’t know how to find your way to your ferry destination.

Where is Split? If you are getting to Split for the first time, don't be caught unprepared. Get informed about the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. Read more about my city here!

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