As you are planning your bicycle trip and beyond, you will certainly wonder how to best get around. We’re here to help and have put together some general information and tips for you. You will find tour-specific travel information in the online itinerary specific to your tour. Note that any fares and timing mentioned are estimates.
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You can fly into this airport from most major airports in Europe via Zagreb. Direct flights from London, Paris, Munich, Frankfurt, and Rome with regular airlines are possible, but they do not fly daily. You can also look into smaller low cost companies flying from the following locations: Bratislava, Cologne, Stuttgart, Berlin, London, and Oslo, about 2-3 times a week.
This airport is located about 17 miles west of Split and about 7 miles east of Trogir. The airport has a restaurant, shops, a bank where money can be exchanged, a post office, and a market with souvenirs and other items. We recommend getting to and from the airport by bus or by taxi.
To and From the Split Airport
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- The Pleso Transport Company offers buses that leave shortly after the arrival of domestic and foreign regular flights. Buses are run by the same company that services the Zagreb airport. Contact the company directly for more specific information on bus departure and arrival times. Note that charter flight and low-cost airline flight schedules are not serviced by these buses.
- The local bus line number 37 departs from the airport every 20 min. during the week and every 30 min. on the weekend. It is a regular coach line running between Split and Trogir, (the airport is located between these two towns). The bus stop is located across the street and in front of the airport exit. A bus ride to Split harbor will take 25 minutes. The bus stop in Split is about a 10-minute walk from the center of town. Pleso Transport. TEL: 011-385-16-33-19-99
Taxis are available during airport operating hours 6am-10pm. A taxi ride to central Split takes about 30 minutes. Confirm the fare with the driver.[vc_separator color=”sky”]
This airport has a restaurant, shops, lounges, a bank, and a post office. We recommend getting to and from the airport by bus.
To and From the Zagreb Airport
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By Airport Bus
The ZET Airport bus departs every 35 minutes.
There is usually a base rate for a taxi ride, plus costs kilometer and luggage. Please be aware that when you call for a taxi, the taximeter is turned on and will include the price of the arrival for the taxi. Taxi service at night (from 10pm to 5am) and on Sundays and holidays from 10am to 5pm will be charged 20% more than the amount shown on the taximeter. Radio Taksi Zagreb. Tel: 011-385-16-60-06-71[vc_separator color=”sky”]
Bus transportation to other locations in Croatia
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Bus transportation in Trogir
There are 2 bus stations in Trogir. The first station is for the local lines (travel to Split) and is a 1-minute walk over a small bridge to the old town. The other bus station for long distance travel is about 50 meters away, on the street in front of the Konzum Supermarket where you can catch a bus to Sibenik.
Bus transportation in Dubrovnik
For information regarding Dubrovnik, please check www.libertasdubrovnik.com
Bus transportation in Zagreb
There is a bus leaving from the Zagreb airport to Zagreb town center (Bus Station Zagreb) after each flight. Buses from Zagreb to Skradin connect through Sibenik, and leave approximately every hour. It takes 4 to 5 hours. www.akz.hr