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Croatia’s second city sprawls at the edge of the Adriatic, inviting visitors to drink and dine under palm trees, delve into the shadows of its Roman past, and paint the town red as nightfall descends.
Stay in the city and see Diocletian’s Palace, walk along the Riva, shop at the bustling markets or hike up the wooded Marjan, where glorious views are a fine reward.
Brac, Korcula and Hvar, three of the island darlings of Croatia’s tourism scene, are easy to reach by sea from Split.
The popularity of this city, both as a short-break destination and a gateway to the islands, has pushed flight prices down significantly over recent years. This is great news for visitors, as flights to Split can be booked at really low prices between spring and autumn (there isn’t much of a winter tourism scene in Split).
The choice is also wide: book flights to Split from Manchester, London, Glasgow, Leeds, Newcastle and other UK airports. Using TravelSupermarket’s flight-comparison service and booking as early as you can are the best ways to snap up the cheapest Split flights.
Split is a gateway to the beautiful coastline and resorts of the Dalmatian Riviera, and flights are plentiful in the summer months...
In summer, Split can be reached on flights with Croatian Airlines from Heathrow, with Jet2 from Glasgow, Newcastle and Belfast and with easyJet from Manchester, Luton, Gatwick, Stansted and Bristol. The flights take around two hours from the UK.
In the winter months, however, there are no direct flights into the airport. Instead, you must fly via Zagreb with Croatian Airlines, Alitalia via Rome or Lufthansa via Frankfurt.
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Getting to Split from Split Airport (SPU), around 20 kilometres outside of the city, is hassle free.
Pleso Transport runs official airport shuttle transfers by coach. The journey time to Split’s main bus station is 30-40 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 30 kunas (about £2.85).
A taxi fare between the airport and the city/port is in the region of 250 kunas (about £24). It’s the only way to get door to door without hiring a car.
You can pre-book car hire and collect upon arrival at Split Airport, saving on the cost of transfers.
If you’re heading off for an island adventure and plan to hire a car, compare the price of airport collection and getting the car ferry, with the cost of taxis, passenger ferry and car hire upon arrival on the island.
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A cluster of hotels has formed around the harbour and the Old Town of Split (home to Diocletian’s Palace), catering to tourists who want to be at the heart of everything during their time here. Hotel types run from basic budget rooms and apartments to good-value luxury hotels with incredible views and soothing spas.
If you aren’t that bothered about being on the doorstep of the Old Town attractions, look a little further along the coast to swish resort-style hotels with swimming pools and superb sea views. From a central coastal spot, such as the Radisson Blu Resort, it’s only 10 minutes by road or a 45-minute walk to the Old Town.
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