How To Reach Split

How to Reach Split

Reaching Split is a hassle-free task. You can opt to travel by plane, bus, train or ferry. You can also use a hydroplane to reach Split.

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How to reach Split by flight

With increase in tourists to Split every year, the number of direct flights to Split airport has shown a considerable hike. You can fly directly to Split from more than 15 cities. To name a few: London, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Amsterdam, Geneva, Hamburg, and Rome. The airport of Split, Resnik is 20 kilometers away from downtown. Shuttle services are available from the airport to the downtown which takes about 30 minutes to cover the distance for about 30 Kn per person. A taxi can also be hired from the airport, which costs quite a lot as compared to a shuttle bus.

How to reach Split by bus

Intercity buses can be taken to reach Split, which connect the city with Zagreb and several coastel towns in Croatia.

How to reach Split by Waterways

Various catamarans and ferries connect nearby Adriatic islands to the city of Split. Since Split is a ferry port, there are ample of service providers available easily for a ferry ride.

Local transport in Split

Split is easily navigatable on foot. The Old city area is mostly car-free and can be conveniently covered by walking. The Metropolitan area can be travelled with city buses which have an extensive network throughout the city and are easy on the pocket. The main bus station is close to the Trznica, while another major station is located in the ferry port. Hiring a taxi in Split could be an expensive affair unless you are travelling in a group of four. You can also avail Uber services here. Cars can be easily rented in Split with operators such as Oryx and Fleet, but one must keep in mind that cars can be parked in areas except the Old town area, seafront promenade and Varos.

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