It’s hard to find a visitor who doesn’t have any questions about their destination, so I thought it may be helpful to have a place where you can get answers on Split Croatia travel questions.
If you need help with planning your visit to Croatia, ask your questions right now!
These are just some of the frequently asked questions, and all have already been answered in my Split guides published throughout my site:
- What city tour do you suggest?
- Which hotels or hostels are the best inside the Diocletian’s palace walls?
- How far is from Split to Dubrovnik?
- Where I can find ferry timetable for Brac island?
- Which typical fish restaurants do you recommend?
- When is the best period to visit Split and Central Dalmatian islands?
- Where to find a discount Split city card?
- Where I can find a vegetarian restaurant in Split?
I strongly recommend using my search form to see if your question is already answered. I have nearly 200 articles about Split travel and I covered a huge amount of various topics, so please do me a favor and make sure your question isn’t already answered.
Getting to Split Croatia travel questions
When planning your vacation getting to Split is one of the most asked questions, particularly if you are the first time visitor. From my personal experience, for most travelers Croatia will not be the only European destination they plan to visit.
Many of them will be visiting countries like Italy, Greece, Hungary or Spain and they want to know how to reach Split, Dubrovnik, Plitvice lakes, Zadar or Pula from those countries.
Here are just some of the most asked questions about getting to Split:
- How to reach Split or Dubrovnik from Italy?
- Is there a train or bus from Budapest to Split?
- How to travel from Split to Dubrovnik?
- Is it possible to reach Split from Venice?
- Flights from UK to Split Croatia.
- How to get from Athenes to Dubrovnik?
I’ll be happy to answer your questions about Split Croatia travel, local attractions, restaurants, what to do in Split, where to stay, and so on.
I’m not connected in any way to the travel or tourism business anymore, so although I’ll do my best to give accurate information, I don’t guarantee it!
Do you have a question about Split Croatia travel?
Enter the topic of your question below, such as “Cheap Old City hotels” or “Best Split beaches” or “Best Fish restaurant” or “Ferry from Split to Hvar”:
Due to a high number and increasing frequency of requests I’m currently not able to answer questions about traveling to Split or Croatia. Please refer to my travel guides and articles for information about your destination! Sorry!
Feel free to ask your questions on TripAdvisor forums where you can get detailed answers from many local experts. Sometimes you can also catch me answering questions there!
- Just to remind you that I’m a retired travel agent and no longer have any connections with the travel industry so I can’t help with reservations. If you need assistance with travel arrangements, please contact a licensed travel agent.
What others have asked:
Click below to see Split Croatia questions from other visitors… and my answers.
My wife and I are traveling to Croatia from October 2 to October 7. We would like to travel from Split to Korcula on Tuesday October 6. Does the Catamaran …
A couple who are visiting Croatia for the husband’s 50th birthday on the 12th July 2015. His wife would like to plan a special dinner occasion, to …
Dear all, I am planning a trip to Hvar, in June, with some friends and we need to leave Split on 24th of June (morning) and arrive at Hvar on 24th of …
Hi! We have a trip planned for August from 5-16. We arrive in Split from Glasgow and would like to see some of the town and spend time relaxing time in …
Hi Pero, My name is Julia Peraic and I live in Manchester, UK. I have grown up in the UK, my mother in English and my father is Croatian (from Polaca near …
We are travelling from Hvar to Split on Saturday, May 9, 2015. What is the ferry schedule? Or which website do I use to obtain the ferry schedule? …
I am looking for a painting of the town of trior showing the narrow streets and old buildings. We were so impressed when traveling there that we would …
Hi! We are 2 persons looking to do a trip around the 1st of June from Zagreb to Pula-Rijeka-Zadar-Split-Hvar-Dubrovnik-Kotor in Montenegro by car n ferry. …
We will be traveling between Ancona and Split in September. I would like to know if it is necessary to check in with authorities in Split before returning …
How long does it take by bus from the port of Split to the airport?
I came across your website while looking for information on coastal winds on the Dalmatian Coast. My wife and I want to cycle from…
I want to travel to the village of Vir near Posuzje in Bosnia while I am in Split next year. What is the best way to do this ?
Hi, we are flying into Split airport and only have a couple of hours to stock our boat. We are hoping to find fresh fruit, breads (if possible) and high …
We are already booked on Jadrolinija Ancona 27 June to Split 2 June. As foot passengers we would like to visit Vis for 7 days, then continue to Dubrovnik …
I am planning to visit Croatia with my family next February going to Split, Zadar, Plitvice and Zagreb, but I do not know if it is convenient because of the cold and …
I am visiting Split in May (18-21st) and am looking to go on a boat party during my stay. We are a party of 12 in total, but I can not …
I am a 65 yr old British woman (currently living in Cape Town) who wants to visit your country this May. I have been looking at …
Could you tell me please if it is better to buy Kuna in the UK or in Split. We are coming …
Other frequently asked questions:
One of the most common questions are related to changes in Croatia after it has became a member of the EU (European Union).
- Does Croatia need to adopt the euro as only currency?
Not immediately. Croatia will start officially using Euro once we fulfill necessary conditions. Before then both Euro and local currency ‘Kuna’ will be in use. For the time being you can pay for highway tolls with Euros, but most other services accept only Kuna for payments.
- What will happen with EU customs after Croatia’s accession?
One of the most visible and positive effects of Croatia’s acceptance in European Union is the end of customs controls at internal EU borders. This makes crossing borders with Slovenia or Hungary, and further on with all the countries in EU, much quicker and with less hassle.