Split can be reached by The Adriatic Coastal Road, winding by the sea or by hinterland roads connected to Split. It will take you 5 hours to get from Zagreb and 4 hours to get from Dubrovnik in your car. You can also reach Split if you get on a coast ferry liner from Rijeka or Dubrovnik, from all central Dalmatian islands. There are excellent fast and regular ferry lines from Ancona and Pescara, Italy. From the Airport Split flights connect the city with Zagreb several times a day, as well as with European capitals. There are also trains from Split to the north of the country and further on to Europe. You can transport your car by train, as well.
The largest town on the Adriatic coast, Split, located on the warmest area of the northern Mediterranean coast, not just urban, cultural and traffic center of Dalmatia with road and rail links with a number of Dalmatian resorts, but is itself often a tourist destination for tourists.
City with 1700 years old tradition, with a series of archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, including the famous Diocletian's Palace and the Mausoleum, statue of Gregory of Nin and the cathedral and bell tower of St. Duje, Split justifies its position as the city of UNESCO world cultural heritage.
Its mild climate, with 2700 sunny hours per year, converts it into an oasis where you can enjoy the sun even in winter. Split has a variety of restaurants offering local specialties. There are many beaches and swimming areas in the city and its surroundings, of which the most popular Bacvice, sandy beach almost in the center of town. Cultural and entertainment offer of Split is extremely rich, especially in summer, when the city squares, courtyards and other spaces into large open-air stage.