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Getting There


Split International Airport (SPU), also known as Resnik Airport, is situated 22 km from the SEE 11 venue, Radisson Blu Resort & Spa.

Direct flights arrive here daily from:

  • Croatia – Zagreb (ZAG)
  • Croatia – Osijek (OSI)
  • Croatia – Dubrovnik (DBV)
  • Germany – Munich (MUC)
  • Germany – Frankfurt (FRA)
  • Italy – Rome (FCO)
  • Netherlands – Amsterdam (AMS)

Shuttle bus/private transfer

Located 22 km from the airport, the hotel is only a half-hour taxi ride away.

You can contact the hotel to arrange a pickup.

Taxis from Split International Airport to Split city centre cost about 33-39 EUR. Each taxi uses a taximeter to calculate your fare based on the distance travelled. The base price is 2.38 EUR and then a rate of 1.10 EUR per km.

In most cases, they can send you a receipt via email if you pre-pay using a debit or credit card.

Some taxi companies are:

Taxis are available during Split Airport's operating hours.

Direct shuttle bus line to/from Split

Some shuttle companies are:

Pleso Transport: +385 1 6331 999
A one-way ticket costs 5.97 EUR (Split Airport – Split Bus Station).
The estimated travel time is 30 minutes.
You can find the departure timetable from Split Bus Station here.
You can find the arrival timetable from Split Bus Station here.

Adriatic Shuttle: +385 98 667 634
A one-way ticket costs around 40 EUR.

Public Transport

Close to Split Airport, there is a bus stop of lines:

  • No. 37 (Split – Trogir; Trogir – Split)
  • No. 38 (Split Airport – Kastel Stari – Split; Split – Kastel Stari – Split Airport) (Journey takes about 50 minutes)
  • No. 2 (Split Airport – Kastel Sucurac – Split; Split – Kastel Sucurac – Split Airport)

More information can be found here.

IMPORTANT: Note that local buses terminate at the local bus station (‘Sukoišan’) in Split, not the main station. From there, you can either take another local bus or a taxi to your final destination.

Ferry/taxi boat/fast boat line

Passengers from the islands may come to Split by ferries or taxi boats. Companies providing international ferry lines between Italy and Croatia include:


The domestic railway services are provided by the Croatian Railway Company (HŽPP)

Bus (outside Split)

There are bus services to and from Split from (not limited to):

  • Italy
  • Austria
  • Germany
  • Slovenia
  • Serbia
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Hungary
  • Montenegro
  • Slovakia

Major Croatian bus hubs that provide international bus schedules online include:

  • Zagreb Bus Terminal (Autobusni Kolodvor Zagreb)
  • Split Bus Terminal (Autobusni Kolodvor Split)
  • Pula+ Tourist Information
  • Zadar Bus Terminal (Liburnija Zadar)
  • Libertas Dubrovnik

Some bus companies are:

  • Arriva: +385 (0)72 660 660
  • GetByBus: contact via webform, fax: +385 21 315 621