The bus station in Split, Croatia, also known as Autobusni kolodvor Split is situated next to the main city’s train station, very close to all ferry departure and arrival points. The station is within a short walking distance (10 minutes) of the city centre and Diocletian’s Palace.
Bus Terminal Facilities
Split Bus terminal is open 24/7, its facilities include:
- bus ticket office
- ATM cash machine
- currency exchange office
- luggage storage (left luggage) office
- fast food kiosk
- cafe bar
- waiting room
In the near vicinity is:
- a parking lot, just a short walk, (check the road signs)
- a supermarket (5 min walk)
- several hotels
- check more details of all the facilities here
Travel and transport services include:
- taxi stand
- central train station
- a bus stop for local city buses
Split Bus Station is connected by regular bus lines to many Croatian cities including Zagreb, Osijek, Rijeka, Pula, Umag, Rovinj, Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir, Makarska, Dubrovnik, Korcula as well as with Trieste in Italy and Frankfurt, Germany. In the high tourist season, there are also bus connections with Pag, Novalja, Supetar and Bol on Brac island.
Check also: How to get to Split by Bus & How to get around the town
Location Map main bus station in Split Croatia
As you can see on the above map, the station is located very close to the ferry port, city centre and the main train station are grouped as a cluster, within up to 10 minutes walking distance.
43°30’18.0″N 16°26’33.7″E ; 43.505, 16.4427
- Autobusni Kolodvor Split – Obala kneza Domagoja 12, 21000, Split, Croatia
- Phone: +385 (0)21 329 180; www.ak-split.hr
- book your bus ticket
Getting from Split Bus Station to the Airport
There is a regular and very frequent bus shuttle service from the Split bus terminal and ferry port to the Split airport. A bus takes you to the airport in just 20 minutes. Book your ticket once you arrive at the station. The alternative is to take a local bus no 2 from Trznica station (about 15 minutes walk from the port) – see Split bus map.