Split Airport is located some 30km outside of the city centre. There are two main ways to get from this airport into Split: you can either take a taxi or you can hop on bus number 37 which heads into town at regular intervals each day.
Services to Split’s main train station are very basic but do include trains arriving from Zagreb, the Croatian capital.
Bus services from across Croatia and beyond arrive at and depart from the city’s main bus terminal. Some of the Croatian cities covered by these services include Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Rijeka. Keep in mind that there is a small fee for luggage and this is paid to the driver before boarding the bus.
It’s easy to get around Split on foot as most of the main attractions are within walking distance of each other. When the city is filled with visitors, be prepared to amble instead of rush in the city’s historic centre, as the streets here are pretty narrow.
If you’re not in the mood to walk, you’ll find that Split is served by a handy network of buses numbered 1 through 18. The buses run all across the city throughout the day. There’s also the number 19, which is the city’s night bus service.
Another good way of getting around Split is by bike or scooter, which you’ll be able to pick up at a number of different rental places.