Second biggest city in Croatia. The city of Split was founded as the Greek colony in the 3rd century BC, a lot of buildings such as Diocletian palace still exist. Activities in Split: shopping, nightlife, museums, sightseeing. Also one of the main harbors of Croatia is in Split. You can get from Split to islands like Hvar, Korcula, Vis and even take a ferry to Italy (Ancona). One of the main Croatian football clubs Hajduk is based in Split too, you can watch different football games and epic concerts on Hajduk stadium, Poljud or in Spaladium arena.
How to get to Split
- By car – 20min
- By direct bus – 30min, price 20-30kn
- By regular bus – 1 hour, bus #37 going from the main bus station, every 20min, price 21kn
Šibenik is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities of Croatia. One thousand years ago it was the main base of the Croatian King. After it used to be a capital of the Dalmatian Kingdom. The central church in Šibenik (the Šibenik Cathedral of St James), is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Also Šibenik has the second oldest in Croatia theatre (1870). Just next to Šibenik there is St Lawrence hiking route that you may like for one day trip. We recommend Sibenik for sightseeing, shopping and gastro tours.
How to get to Šibenik
- By car – 45 min
- By bus – 1 hour, price 19-69kn
The area of present-day Zadar traces its earliest evidence of human life from the late Stone Age, there are ruins from the Roman Empire times, the main square was built by Venetians and nowadays Zadar is famous for modern art installations such as „Sea organ“ and „Greeting to the Sun“. One of the oldest universities in Croatia (founded in 14th century) is located in Zadar. Main activities: hanging out with students, sightseeing, eating pizza, listen the sea organ and of course greet the sun. If you have time to learn more about the town – take a free walking tour, guides will tell you facts about history and traditions!
How to get to Zadar
- By car – 1,5 hour
- By bus – 2,5 hours, price 69-125kn
Being the capital of Croatia, Zagreb will surprise you by its difference from Dalmatia. It’s colder and less Italian. However, business life is concentrated in there there are a couple of universities in Zagreb, that’s why Zagreb hosts a lot of events even during the winter. Also you can enjoy the cultural life in there and visit art galleries (such as Contemporary art museum, Gallery of modern art), Museum of broken relationships, Technical museum of Nicola Tesla. Main activities: museums, nightlife, sightseeing, shopping. Take a walk in the Old town – this time machine will bring you to the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
How to get to Zagreb
- By car: 4-5 hours
- By bus: 4,5-5,5 hours, price 99-199kn
Rijeka is a Croatian city on the North of Croatia. It takes a while to get there from Trogir, but we believe it worth it. Especially during The Rijeka Carnival, one of the most famous European carnivals. Also it’s close to the island Krk which is beautiful even during the winter. If you stay in Rijeka for a couple of days, you can visit National parks Risnjak and Učka, mostly famous by its hiking trials.
How to get to Rijeka
- By car 3,5-4,5 hours
- By bus: 5,5-6 hours, price 150-230kn