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The Croatian city of Split is one of the country’s most attractive cities, and a popular holiday destination with people from around the country, providing as it does a beautiful Adriatic Coast location and a lovely climate to enjoy it. The city, as with many from this part of the world, has a long history, with some saying it was linked to the ancient Greeks. Whatever its origins Split is a wonderful city, with a variety of beautiful aspects to enjoy. The people too are especially welcoming, creating an atmosphere that is difficult to leave.

Attractions in Split

Take time out while you are visiting Split to explore the many sights there. The Split highlights every visitor should see, the Diocletian's palace ruins is great to see for yourself. The Split Cathedral are also well worth seeking out. Split’s history means plenty to see. You can book a Split tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Split based guides who will show you Split’s less well known attractions.

Quick Guide to Sport in Split

As many visitors already know, Split’s favourite pastime is Association Football, and the best-known team is Hajduk Split at their home: Poljud Stadium. The biggest sporting event to take place in Split’s sporting calendar is Hadjuk Split versus Dinamo Zagreb, which takes place at the Poljud Stadium. If you can get tickets, it is a great show!

Attractions in Split

Take time out while you are visiting Split to explore the many sights there. The Split highlights every visitor should see, the Diocletian's palace ruins is great to see for yourself. The Split Cathedral are also well worth seeking out. Split’s history means plenty to see. You can book a Split tour before you go, and benefiting from the expertise of our Split based guides who will show you Split’s less well known attractions.

Split Climate Guide

Find out when is the best time to visit Split in our simple guide to the climate of Split. The table below displays annual temperature trends in Split throughout the year to show you what weather to expect in Split.

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Driving in Split

All you need to drive a car in Split is your regular UK license. For security in Croatia, make sure your license is valid before you go to Split. When driving in Split, in common with the rest of Croatia, it is the law to drive on the right hand side of the road. Although it is not possible to book car hire in Split for your trip, there are many attractions around Split, so try and see as much as you can!

Split Airport Overview

Split Airport is around 10 miles west from Split. The airport, whose international IATA code is SPU, and flights there take 2.5 hours from the UK approximately. Getting into Split is easy. There are plenty of taxis available. Split Airport offers plenty to do including shops offering souvenirs of Split.

Split Consulate

If you get into trouble in Split, or just need some advice, the Split British Consulate is the place to go.

British Honorary Consul
Obala Hrvatskog Narodnog Preporoda 10/III
21000 Split

Telephone: (385) (21) 346 007

Split: The Facts

City Name: Split
Country: Croatia
Language: Croatian
Currency: Croatian Kuna
Time Difference: GMT + 1
Electricity Supply: 220V AC 50Hz

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