Dalmatia is a geographical and historical region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the south and south-east of Croatia. The region stretches from Zadar to Dubrovnik, with the city of Split as a region capital. Mediterranean climate, domestic food, homemade wines, breathtaking nature, crystal clear sea and amazing rivers are just a small part of the list why you should explore our little „heaven of Earth“. Since Dalmatia has more than 2600 hours of sun during the year, weather is definitely not something that should worry you while you`re packing your bags for the trip here. If you get tired of the sea and sun, which, to us seems impossible, there are so many activities you can do that will make you never leave our friendly region. Visit the surrounding islands, try some adrenaline activities or just relax enjoying a glass of local wine admiring the view – which is beautiful everywhere you look.
Better safe than sorry, right? Here is a quick reminder of things that should not be forgotten when planning your trip;
– Bring your Passport or ID card (if you are a citizen of EU )
– Check expiry date of your documents, traveling Visa if you require one (not necessary for Croatia in most cases)
– Don`t forget to print your vouchers or payment receipt for tours, accomodation or transport that you booked online
– Make sure you have a travel insurance
– Take some cash with you because not all businesses accept credit cards here
Dear future guests, first we hope you will have safe and calm flight or a boat/bus/train/car ride to your holiday destination. If you are coming to Split, the main city of Dalmatia, through friendly and warm welcoming advice, we will do our best to explain you how to get from the Split airport or the main bus station to the city center.
From the airport to Split
Split airport called Resnik is 26 km away from the city center. You can take local bus number 37, (cost of the ticket is 17 kn, which is approx. 2,5 € ), Shuttle bus (price is approx. 3,5 € ), taxi (approx. 40-50 € ) or you can use Uber application.
From the main bus station
Main bus station is in the city center already. It is very close from our agency, just a few minutes of walking. You can walk by the sea side and admire beautiful views on the way to the agency.
We warmly advise you to visit the tourist center on Riva promenade upon arrival to get the basic information and a free city map.
Official currency in Croatia is still HRK (Croatian Kuna), not EURO. So, legally all the payments should be done in HRK in shops, souvenirshops, restaurants, bars, etc. Don`t worry about that because there are a lot of exchange offices where you can change xour currency into HRK. We also offer currency exchange so you can stop by the agency to do so.
If faced with any kind of emergency don`t hesitate do call the official emergency number – 112.
Of course – if it there is something we can help you with please don`t hesitate do contact us on +385 91 4500 400
Marulićeva 4, Split +385 91 4500 400 firstname.lastname@example.org