Split Airport “Resnik” (SPU) is about 25 km west from Split, near the city of Trogir. There are numerous car rentals and taxies right at the airport. Airport shuttle buses run from the terminal to the main bus station right in the city center. From the main bus station there is a short walk to the local bus station where you can catch a bus to the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism (bus lines 18 or 11) or a taxi.
Documents: In order to enter Croatia you will need a valid driving license and a green insurance card.
Tolls: are payable on motorways and part-motorways.
Rules of the road: In Croatia traffic drives on the right hand side of the road. Unless there are road signs indicating otherwise, the speed limit is 130 km/h on motorways and part-motorways, 100 km/h on dual carriageways, 50 km/h in residential areas and 80 km/h outside residential areas.
You can reach the city of Split:
- by highway A1 “Zagreb-Split” (this is the easiest and quickest way).
- using the road through inland Croatia (Zagreb - Karlovac - National Park “Plitvicka jezera” - Knin - Sinj - Split).
- traveling along the Adriatic coast from the north Adriatic (Rijeka - Zadar - Šibenik - Split).
- or other roads if coming from other directions.
When approaching from any direction, follow the traffic signs for ferry, train station, bus station and hospital. The signs will lead you to one of the main roads in the city of Split called „Poljička cesta“.
When entering Poljička cesta, drive straight ahead.
Turn right at the second street light into the street „Velebitska ulica“.
At the first next street light, turn left into the street „Ulica Matice Hrvatske“.
At the first next street light turn right into the street “Cvite Fiskovića”
The Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism will be at the top of that road.
Split train station is right in the city center. Trains run between Split and Zagreb. Timetables can be found at the Croatian Railways website: https://prodaja.hzpp.hr/
The main bus station is located right in the city center.
Timetables can be found at the Split bus station website: http://www.ak-split.hr/en
BY FERRY / BOAT
Ferries run to and from Split to Ancona and Pescara (Italy) as well as along the Adriatic connecting Rijeka to Dubrovnik and stopping in Split.
The main bus station , train station and the port are located in the city centre.
From all, there is a short walk to the local bus station where you can catch a bus to the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism (bus lines 18 or 11).