International buses arrive daily or weekly to Split from Belgrade, Berlin, Bled, Bologna, Bonn, Bratislava, Budapest, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneve, Graz, Hamburg, Hannover, Kassel,Krakow, Ljubljana, Munich, Padua, Salzburg, Sarajevo, Stuttgart, Tuzla, Vienna, Villach, and Verona, among other cities. Timetables are subject to change, so before planning your trip, check with the Split Bus Station directly.

There are regular bus connections to destinations all over Croatia. There are approximately 25 buses per day to Zagreb, 10 to Dubrovnik, 10 to Zadar, and 10 to Rijeka. Some buses traveling south to Dubrovnik stop at Makarska en route while others going north to Zadar stop at Šibenik. In addition, regular local buses run multiple times a day to Trogir and down the coast to Omiš. Timetable information is available from the Split Bus Station or from their website.


Split Bus Station. Obala Kneza Domogoja 12, Split, Splitsko-Dalmatinska, 21000. 021/329–180; www.ak-split.hr.

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