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Much of the town centre is pedestrian only which makes getting around Split somewhat of a challenge. The harbourside route from the port almost to the marina is a pleasant pedestrian promenade but it means that you must go above Diocletian's Palace to travel between east and west Split by car. So don't be surprised if your taxi driver appears to be going around in circles! He may not be ripping you off.

Rent a car in Split

Nearly all major car rental companies have offices in Split airport and in town. Read more.

Driving in Split

There is no parking whatsoever in Diocletian's Palace or Split's Old Town; all parking is outside the walls. The port area east of the town centre contains a large parking lot.

Public Transportation in Split

The public transport system in Split is limited to buses but the system is extensive and buses run from around 5am to nearly midnight. Service is daily and quite frequent on the major bus lines--1, 3, 4, 6, 8, 9, 17 and 21-- but on other lines you may have to wait for over an hour Monday to Saturday and find no service on Sunday. See a map of Split buses.

If you will be staying in private accommodation or a hotel out of Split's centre, it's worthwhile to check into the frequency of the buses. If you'll be clubbing in Split, figure on taking a taxi back.

For visitors the most useful local bus stop is across from the ferry harbour (luka). There you can catch the 2, 9, 10 or 15. The main station for all local buses is across from the National Theatre at Trznica.

Metropolitan Split is divided into two tarif zones. Bus tickets cost 11KN for a journey in the central zone and 13KN to reach outside the centre. City buses also carry you as far north as Trogir and as far south as Omis for a few kuna extra. Buy the tickets from a kiosk (tisak) or on the bus. Tickets purchased at a tisak are only 9Kn.

Taxis in Split

Taxis in Split do not cruise the street but wait at taxi stations. You can radio for a taxi at 1777 or use Uber in Split.

[Get more details on using Uber in Croatia]

Sightseeing Bus Tour of Split

A hop-on hop-off bus is a great way to get the layout of Split and orient yourself for future explorations. There are nine stops including stops at Split beaches as well as Diocletian's Palace and Marjan Hill. More.

Split Bus Apps

Split Bus
Developer: Antonio Marin
Platforms: Android Split Bus
Price: Free
Review: Quite a useful app only partially in Croatian but with an easy-to-understand interface, downloadable schedules and interactive maps.

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