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How To Get From Split To Zadar & Zadar To Split In 2019?
First, you will need to know how you can travel from Split to Zadar. With the number of intercity transfers at an all-time high and thousands of tourists traversing this great country in an attempt to see as much of Croatia as possible, getting from Zadar to Split or Split to Zadar has never been easier.
Let’s Take A Look At How To Get From Split To Zadar (And Vice Versa)
The first thing you need to know is that the distance from Split to Zadar is 158 kilometers. The journey can take you anywhere from 1 hour 40 minutes up to 4 hours if you go by bus along the old coastal road. Yikes! While the Zadar to Split drive along the coast road is undeniably pretty, you will need plenty of time. You’ll also need to know whether you are traveling from Zadar Airport to Split or Split Airport to Zadar as both airports are outside the city and require a bus or taxi ride to get into the city.
Split To Zadar Bus Info
If you are budget-conscious, this is by far the cheapest mode of transport to get from Split to Zadar. Tickets start around 80 kunas. If time is of the essence, you’ll want to ensure you catch the direct Split to Zadar bus using the A1 freeway, which is a 2.5-hour journey.
Something to be aware of is that there is an alternate Split to Zadar or Zadar to Split route that takes the old coastal road and stops in various towns between Zadar and Split. This prolongs the journey significantly and can take up to 4 hours. Be sure to check before you buy your tickets.
The good news is you are spoiled for choice with a huge number of bus departures from the Split and Zadar bus stations. However, if you can book your ticket in advance, do consider that. In the peak tourist season, the Zadar to Split bus and Split to Zadar bus fills quickly. It’s also important to note that the Split bus station is located beside the Split Port. Only a short walk from the Split Riva, it is super-accessible.
The Zadar bus station, however, will require you to catch a taxi from the city center to Zadar bus station as it’s not within walking distance. If you arrive at Zadar Airport, the Zadar airport bus will get you to the Zadar bus station. You could also take a Zadar Airport to Zadar taxi. Apply the same principal from Split Airport to Split taking the Split Airport bus or Split Airport taxi.
Private Transfer From Split To Zadar
This is by far the fastest and most comfortable way to travel from Split to Zadar, taking around 1 hour and 40 minutes. A Zadar to Split transfer offers a 5-star service. You’ll get picked up at your accommodation and be transported in a modern vehicle, some of which have Wi-Fi, directly to your destination in Zadar. The drivers are professional, hold the relevant certification, and all speak English. The best part if you are traveling in a small group is that the price per person drops significantly. For groups, this is a really affordable deal.
For more information on private transfers from Split to Zadar, contact Octopus Transfers.
Private transfers from Split to Zadar start at €130 for a car that can accommodate 1-3 passengers, while they start at €145 for a minivan with seating for up to 8 passengers. With a minivan, a private transfer becomes very affordable with 6 to 8 passengers allowing you to travel in style for under €20 each.
Split To Zadar Ferry
The short answer is that there is currently no Split to Zadar ferry. What many holidaymakers are doing is to sail from Split to Zadar. It’s a great way of combining a transfer between the two cities and some luxurious sailing. If time is of the essence, sailing from Split to Zadar or Zadar to Split is definitely not a good idea.
Split To Zadar Train
The Split to Zadar train service takes around 7 hours, including a stop in Knin. Hmm, I think not! Better to save you money on those Split train tickets!
Realistically, there are really only two options when traveling from Split to Zadar. The public bus or a private transfer.
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