Whether by plane, car, bus, train or boat, it’s really easy to travel to Split. With a bunch of air lines, highway to Zagreb capital, train lines, dozens of ferries and buses, Split is one of Croatia’s prime points of entry. During the summer season Split International Airport takes over the leading position as the most active airport in the country. Many tourists also decide to travel by car, so they can explore many hidden corners of the Republic of Croatia…
The easiest and the fastest way to reach the city of Split, the largest city on the Croatian Adriatic coast, is by plane. The nearest airport – Split International Airport (SPU) is just 25km away from the very heart of the city and is well connected with many European destinations (direct flights), especially during the summer period. Other airports often used by the Ultranauts are: Zadar International Airport (ZAD), Zagreb International Airport (ZAG) and Dubrovnik International Airport (DBV).
You can reach the city of Split by car from various directions:
- from the capital city of Zagreb following Highway A1 (Zagreb-Split),
- using the picturesque inland road routes (Zagreb – Karlovac – National Park Plitvice Lakes – Knin – Sinj – Split)
- traveling along the stunning Adriatic coast from the north (Rijeka – Zadar – Sibenik – Split)
- explore the stunning Adriatic coast from the south (Dubrovnik – Split)
- or choose any other adventurous route which will show you some hidden pearls of Croatia and guide you to city of Split
You can also arrive in city of Split by your car by taking one of the many domestic ferries (from Rijeka to Split, from Dubrovnik to Split) or a ferry from one of the major Italian harbors on the Adriatic coast (Pescara, Ancona, Bari). Note that availability of transport from Italian ports varies according to the season.
More travel info available: www.croatia.hr