Transport

Trogir and Split are two picturesque cities located on the Adriatic coast.
Split is the second biggest city in the Republic of Croatia. It is an important traffic intersection, as well as being the largest ferry port on the Croatian side of the Adriatic. The Split International Airport is the second by size and traffic significance in Croatia. Split is well connected with all parts of Croatia and with the world. It is connected with Zagreb by railroad and the roads stretch in all directions.

Trogir is situated at the bottom of the Kaštela Bay, 24 km far away from Split.
It is near the Split International Airport, and also, it is connected with Split by bus.

Airports

The Split International Airport is 4 km far from Trogir and 20 km from Split.
There are a number of international flights by Croatia Airlines from/to Split, as well as some charter flights.
Split is also connected with Zagreb daily by two or four flights by Croatia Airlines. For details, you should check with your local travel agency.

Trains and buses

There is a local bus-connection every 30 minutes from Split to Trogir and vice versa. Here is the Bus Time Table Split and Trogir are connected with Zagreb, Rijeka, Osijek and other places in Croatia by bus several times a day. Also, Split has a good bus-connection with every country in Europe.

Information: The Bus Station Split
The bus station in Trogir: +385-21-882-947

Split can be also reached by train. The train information can be found at www.hznet.hr
German Railroad information can be found here.

International Shipping

Split is the biggest ferry port at the east side of Adriatic coast. We recommend an international shipping connection with Ancona, Pescara and Bari, Italy. More information can be found on web page www.jadrolinija.hr and www.snav.it.

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