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SPLIT is situated in the Central Dalmatia, on the peninsula of Split. It is the largest city in Dalmatia, the second largest city in Croatia (the wider metropolitan area has more than 200,000 inhabitants), and the third port on the Mediterranean by the number of passengers transported.
The city`s origin is associated with the construction of the Diocletian`s Palace (295 – 305 AD), which was built here by the order of the Roman emperor Diocletian, because of favourable geographic position and the pleasant Mediterranean climate. The Diocletian`s Palace is the largest and the best preserved Antique palace in the world, and in 1979 it was included in UNESCO's register of World Cultural Heritage. The interesting fact is that the aqueduct, which was built during the construction of the Palace, is still in use and supplies the city of Split with drinking water from the Jadro River spring.
The islands Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo are situated in front of Split, and are well connected to the city by frequent ferry and catamaran lines. Besides these, Split is connected by ferry lines to all other islands in Central Dalmatia, as well as to Pula, Dubrovnik, Ancona, Venice and Greece. Near the city port there are bus and railway station, and the airport is in the city of Kaštela (20 km away).
Split, with its surrounding area, has dozens of beaches, and the most popular one is Bačvice, a sandy beach situated almost in the heart of the city.
Cultural and entertainment life of the city is quite rich. During the summer season (from mid July to mid August), a traditional Split summer festival is held, when popular dramas, operas and concerts are performed. Split also hosts pop music festivals, folklore shows, folk festivity Days of Radunica and two film festivals – Split film festival and Mediterranean film festival Split. During the year, there are also Days of Marulić (in April) and The Book of Mediterranean (in October), and among traditional events, there are Day of the Assumption of the Holy Cross, the Flower Fair, the gastronomy fair and many others. The day of the city is celebrated on 7 May, on the day of St. Duje (St. Domnius), the patron of the city.
The citizens of Split tend to say that their city is “the sportiest city in the world”. In 1979 Mediterranean Games were held here, and after the Olympic Games in Athens, in 2004, Split became the city with the highest number of medals in the world, in respect to the number of its citizens.


How to reach Split?

Arriving by plane: Split Airport is located at the very exit from the town of Kastela, towards Trogir. It is at 20 km distance from the centre of Split, and at 6 km from Trogir. Different airlines connect Split not only to Zagreb several times a day, but also to most European capitals.
Direct Bus Line to/from the airport:
Transfer of passengers to/from Split is organised in cooperation with the company PLESO PRIJEVOZ. Information: www.plesoprijevoz.hr
Public Transport to/from the airport:
Nearby the Split Airport there is a bus stop for the bus lines No. 37 (Split – Trogir; Trogir – Split) and No. 38 (Split Airport – Kastel Stari – Split; Split – Kastel Stari – Split Airport).
Information: www.promet-split.hr

Arriving by train: You can also travel to Split by train, either from the north of the country, or from Europe, and you can also transport your car in it. Railway station is located 3 minutes walking from the port and it is not necessary to use public transport.
Arriving by bus or a car: If you're arriving from the north, the easiest way is via highway A1, from Zagreb direction to Dugopolje exit. After you pay the toll in Dugopolje and exit the highway, continue driving on D1 state road, direction east, following direction signs for Split. After approx. 5 km driving, you will enter roundabout Klis-Solin, which will lead you to BILICE loop, where you will directly enter D8 state road, which is, actually, street Zbora narodne garde.
From the entrance of Split follow the Ferry direction signs, which will lead you to Poljicka Street, and later to Zvonimirova Street, until you reach the City port.
Split bus station is a 3-minute walk away from the port and is visible when arriving by ferry from Ancona.
Split has great bus connections to all Croatian cities, as well as to most European capitals.
Information: www.viamichelin.com


Blue Line port agent

In Capita d.o.o.
Gat. sv. Duje bb (Ferry terminal)
Obala Lazareta 3 ( Closed for renovation)
Tel:+385 21 352 533
Fax.+385 21 352 482