Getting to Split when planning your vacations, is one of the fundamental questions for those ‘first time’ visitors. Before planning your travel find out how much will be your travel costs in Split, Croatia.
Either way you arrive in Split, directly from your country or you are already in Europe, traveling to Split is getting more trouble-free.
From my personal experience, the most frequent questions are:
- Is there a train from Budapest to Split?
- Is there a bus from Budapest to Split?
- How to travel from Split to Dubrovnik?
- How to get from Zagreb to Split?
- How to reach Split ferry port from Split airport?
- What is the distance from Zagreb to Split by car?
- Is it possible to reach Split from Venice? Find out how?
- Is there a way getting from Venice to Split by ferry?
- Flights from UK to Split Croatia.
- We will be flying from Frankfurt Germany. Our destination is Split, Croatia. What is the best ways to get there. Is there a bus or train as alternative?
Split is becoming one of the key points to enter Croatia. It is the most important port hub along the coast.
Split town strategic position on Croatia map offers a lot of possibilities and ways to arrive from any European country.
After Croatia has become EU member (2013) many custom formalities will facilitate your travel to Croatia and Split.
Flights to Split
Low cost carriers have become the best value in your flights planning to reach Split. Many new companies are entering on this market, principally in preseason (April and May) as well in high season (June and August).
Each year number of direct flights to Split have constantly been increasing but it seems like 2015 might be a year of the absolute records. Read more…
Istria to Split daily in just one hour!
Planning a trip from Pula (Istria) or Rijeka (Kvarner) to Split means to lose at least half a day by bus.
Beside the time, the travel expenses are too high. Just to remind you, that for one way bus ticket you have to pay almost 450 Kuna (€ 60).
Fortunately this year, finally Dalmatia is connected to Istria in a civilized manner, with daily direct flights from the Split seaport at Resnik near Split Airport to Pula taking just 62 minutes. It’s a great progress comparing with endless 11 hours by bus.
This excellent video from Pula to Split gives you a very good idea why lots of people are booking this seaplanes not only for the travel, but for the panorama flight experience.
These daily flights are not only convenient for business matters but good occasion to visit Istria region all in one day. For example, take a flight from Jelsa (Hvar island) that leaves at 08:10, arriving less than two hours later in Pula, at 10:02, flying back at 17:05 and landing at 18:58.
Split by bus
Getting to Split by bus is one of the cheapest ways to travel. Split bus station (Autobusni Kolodvor) is conveniently located in Split port area. For the accurate position, visit Split map to help you move around.
Split is very well connected with all principal Croatia cities like Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar, Sibenik and with some international destinations. For more info read here!
Split by train
Traveling to Split by train is cheaper than by bus, but it is slower and not as popular. Train station called Zeljeznicki Kolodvor is practically behind the bus station and very close to ferry port. Read more about getting to Split by train!
By ferry boat
It is the oldest and the most popular ways to reach Split. Split is the main Croatia’s ferry hub with international and domestic ferry connections. From Split you can easily reach any of Central Dalmatian islands. Read here for detailed boat or ferry connections!
Are you coming from Italy to Split? Taking a ferry from Italy to Split Croatia is your best option if you are traveling from Italian Adriatic coast.
The major departure ports from Italy to the opposite shore of the Adriatic, are Ancona and Pescara. Find all connections from Italy!
Getting to Split by car
Traveling to Split by car is always a good idea. Split is connected with by a very picturesque highway from Zagreb. This is A1 highway (autocesta) from Zagreb to Split. The A1 connects the continental part of Croatia with Mediterranean Dalmatia. Its construction finished on June 26, 2005. Read more!
If you are arriving in Split either by your own or rented car it will be useful to check information on parking problems in Split, where to park near the Split ferry port, where to find some free parking places, how many parking zones are in Split.
Renting a car
Renting a car to get to Split may be good idea, especially if you’re planning to visit Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian city of Zadar and Sibenik on the north. You have a freedom to discover the whole country at your own pace. Leasing a car in Croatia is both easy and economical. Read more!