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Flights to Split

Flying to Split is an excellent way to reach one of the Adriatic's most atmospheric cities. Split Airport serves numerous low-cost routes from major European airports, including London Heathrow, Paris CDG, and Rome Fiumicino, so visitors from North America will always be able to get there without a hitch.

Which is the main airport in Split?

Whatever route travelers choose, flights will arrive at Split Airport, also known as Resnik Airport. The airport is about 12 miles outside the city itself, so transfers by bus will take 30-40 minutes. However, buses leave every 20 minutes and fares are low. Alternatively, the 37 bus runs to the ferry port, making island transfers easy. Taxis are available at the airport. Expect them to take 25-35 minutes in most cases.

Which airlines offer flights to Split?

A wide variety of airlines offer flights to Split. Air France runs flights from Paris CDG, British Airways and easyJet fly from London, Croatia Airlines offer a diverse selection of connections, while Alitalia flies from Rome. With so much choice, finding suitable connections isn't tough.

Why travel by plane to Split?

Traveling by plane to Split is a superb option for North American visitors for a few reasons. Firstly, the city has excellent links to major entry points to Europe. Travelers can get to Split from Rome or Paris in two or three hours and budget fares are usually available, so costs won't be astronomical. Flying offers some gorgeous views of Croatia's Adriatic coast, which is a bonus and the journey times are almost always far faster than the alternatives. In fact, trains from Venice or Zagreb will add at least two hours to the total journey, so flying has plenty of advantages.

Before you travel to Split by plane - good to know!

Many of the major attractions in Split are clustered around the ancient port, including the star of the show - Diocletian's Palace. Built by a second-century Roman emperor, the palace is one of the best-preserved Roman ruins in the world and a fascinating place to visit. Many visitors also love to use the harbor as a starting point for ferry tours of Croatia's Adriatic islands. That's always an option and visitors will find sublime beaches on Hvar or Brac. Closer to the city, don't miss Marjan Forest Park. The views over the port are incredible.

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