Split Airport (Zračna luka Split, code: SPU) is located 25 km from the city centre. During the summer season (and June is a summer season so bring your swimming suits) there is a wide selection of airlines companies and some of them offer direct flights to Split. You can buy a ticket using some of the airline ticket services or you can buy ticket through Croatia Airlines office in Split at firstname.lastname@example.org (please write in subject line SCLERO-IOR) or by calling their numbers +385 21 203-373 and +385 21 203-305.
The airport is connected by shuttle bus with Split main bus terminal (Autobusni kolodvor Split) located in the city centre. The ride lasts around 30 minutes and a one-way ticket costs 30 HRK (≈ 4 €). You can buy a ticket from the driver but only in HRK (there are a bank and exchange office in the airport building) or you can buy it online.
The taxi fare from the Airport to the city centre ranges from 200 HRK to 400 HRK. A short list of the taxi companies is given later and most of them you can order online.
During the summer season there is a lot low budged airplane company flights from the Zadar Airport that is around 140 km from Split (1 ½ hour drive on a highway or 3 hours by bus) and Dubrovnik around 250 km (3 ½ hours ride by car or 5 hours ride by bus). There are not so close to Split but could be interesting if you are planning a short road trip (before or after conference of course).
If you are coming by car and want to come to Split directly we suggest A1 highway, which is part of international routes E65 and E71. Use the exit Dugopolje and then turn on your GPS. If you want to do some sightseeing than use D1 and/or D8 state rods…you will probably drive slowly and arrive later but it is free of charge. For those who like it green list of charging stations for the electric car can be found here ….and in Croatia is still free to charge the electric car.By bus:
Split is well connected with all cities in Croatia and the timetable is available here. For the international destination please ask directly by sending mail on email@example.com. There is also a Flixbus.By boat:
Split ferry port is in the city centre in closest vicinity to the bus and train stations (< 100m). Beside local transport (to the islands) it is also daily connected with Italy. All necessary information are available on Jadrolinija web site.By train:
Local buses are operated by Promet Split d.o.o.. Bus tickets are sold by a driver (11 HRK) or at the kiosk on some main bus stations (10 HRK). Both accept only cash (HRK). Ticket can be used in all city buses (ZONE A) and lasts for 45 minutes.
There are several bus lines from city center to Conference venue (indicated on the map with blue dot). If you are taking bus in city center from near National Theatre you can use lines 5, 5a, and 11. From bus station near main green market you can use lines 3, 5, 5a, 8, 11, and 17.
Taxi is the easiest but generally the most expensive option. Split has a wide selection of taxi companies and most of them you could order a ride online: