Split Airport Guide

Split Airport Guide

Located just outside of Trogir, Split Airport is a gateway to the Dalmatian Islands and the most important airport along the Croatian coastline that even surpasses Dubrovnik in annual passenger counts. Split Airport is also the only international airport serving the city of Split and goes by the IATA code of SPU. About Zracna Luka …

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Trogir Visitor Guide

Trogir Visitor Guide

Trogir is a small picturesque town that offers hints of Venice at a fraction of the price. Its rich history dates back 2,300 years, and the old town is a virtual labyrinth of tight streets amidst gorgeous architecture. Many of the buildings are beautifully decorated, and demonstrating Venetian origins. A nice cup of cappuccino or …

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Split Croatia Apartments

Renting one of many Split Croatia apartments is for sure the best way to stay in Split city or around its surroundings. It’s a reliable option as a good alternative to hotel accommodation. You will certainly spend less and save on Split accommodation. Whenever you decide to spend in Split few days, I recommend you  …

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Family Friendly Hotels In Split

If you are looking for family friendly hotels in Split Croatia, you won’t be disappointed since in the area of the city you can book some hotels and resorts that guarantee entertainment for the whole family. Usually parents seek for a quiet, clean and safe place to stay with a family with children. For them …

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Split Harbor

Split harbor is without any doubt the most vibrant place in the city. Everything is going on right here. Here come the buses, trains and boats. And if you happen to be there between mid July to mid August, Split port looks like a hive. Split port isn’t so huge to get lost, but sometimes …

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Don’t Miss Split in Fall

Sometimes even proposing to visit Split in fall, may seem misleading. People usually perceive the autumn as a period of rain, windy with very few sunny hours. You can not even imagine how wrong you are, not planning your visit in this period. Speaking from the point of weather conditions, the sea is still warm …

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