Getting to Split couldn’t be easier! The city is fantastically well served by air from the UK and Europe – just take a look at all of the airlines operating flights to Split below.
Getting to Split – Flights from the UK to Split
Flight time from the UK to Split is between two and two and half hours, depending on where you are flying from.
Croatia Airlines have flights in summer from London Gatwick (twice a week). You can also reach Split via a stopover in Zagreb.
British Airways have a London Heathrow to Split route, operating from late April. They also have a new for 2019! route from London City Airport to Split, flying three times a week from mid June to early September.
Easyjet have daily flights from London Gatwick from mid April to October late, although the route actually starts operating (not daily) from the end of March. They also have flights from London Luton which operate daily in peak season (lower frequency before/after the season) and London Stansted four times a week, plus flights from Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow and Belfast!
Ryanair have two new for 2019! routes from Dublin to Split and Dubrovnik.
Wizzair have daily flights from London Luton to Split June to mid September.
Norwegian offer flights twice a week from London Gatwick to Split from early May to the end of October.
Jet2.com have flights from London Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Manchester, Leeds Bradford and Edinburgh to Split.
TUI have a twice weekly flights from both London Gatwick and Manchester.
Thomas Cook Airlines have a twice-weekly route from London Gatwick, plus flights from Manchester to Split three times a week.
Aer Lingus have twice-weekly flights from Dublin to Split.
See our Flights to Croatia section for full details of dates of operation and frequency of flights from the UK to Split.
Getting to Split – Flights from Europe to Split
N.B. All routes listed below are direct, although most operate only during summer.
Flights from Austria to Split
Flights from the Czech Republic to Split
- Smartwings from Prague and Ostrava
Flights from Denmark to Split
Flights from Estonia to Split
- Nordica from Tallinn
Flights from Finland to Split
Flights from France to Split
- Croatia Airlines from Paris
- Easyjet from Paris Orly, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Lyon
- Volotea from Bordeaux, Marseille, Lyon, Nice, Nantes and Toulouse
Flights from Germany to Split
- Croatia Airlines from Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt year-round, Hamburg and Munich year-round
- Condor from Frankfurt
- Easyjet from Berlin
- EuroWings from Berlin, Cologne/Bonn year-round, Dortmund, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Hanover, Nuremberg new for 2019! and Stuttgart year-round and other cities in Germany/Europe via connecting flights
Flights from Greece to Split
- Croatia Airlines from Athens
Flights from Italy to Split
- Croatia Airlines from Rome year-round
- Easyjet from Milan, Naples and Venice
- Volotea from Venice, Milan Bergamo and Palermo
- Vueling from Rome and Florence
Flights from Macedonia to Split
- Croatia Airlines from Skopje
Flights from the Netherlands to Split
Flights from Norway to Split
Flights from Poland to Split
- Wizzair from Katowice and Warsaw
Flights from Russia to Split
Flights from Serbia to Split
Flights from Spain
Flights from Sweden to Split
- Norwegian from Stockholm and Gothenburg
Flights from Switzerland to Split
Getting to Split by Ferry from Europe
There are year-round ferries from Ancona in Italy, with a higher frequency of ferries the summer months. See our Travelling from Ancona to Croatia page for more details.
Getting to Split by Bus from Europe
There are regular bus services from, amongst other cities, Munich and Trieste to Split. See the Split Bus Terminal website for timetable details.
Getting to Split by Train from Europe
It is possible to travel by train to Split from elsewhere in Europe, although the majority of routes involve a change of trains at Zagreb. You are best to check the Die Bahn website for timetable details.
Getting to Split from elsewhere in Croatia
There are numerous daily flights from Zagreb to Split (flight time 45 minutes) that operate year-round, and tickets aren’t as expensive as you might think – see the Croatia Airlines website. There are also a few flights a week to Dubrovnik (flight time 35 minutes) and once a week to Osijek (50 minutes) during high season.
There are several trains a day from Zagreb – trains take either 6 hours 15 minutes or 8 hours 10 minutes depending on which train you take. The Die Bahn website is great for train timetables.
Numerous catamarans and ferries connect Split with the nearby Adriatic islands (Hvar, Brac, Vis, Korcula and so on) – many of these services are run by Jadrolinija. Kapetan Luka operate a catamaran service from Split to Vis, whilst Bura Line run a service to Slatine and Trogir from Split.
Those travelling up (or down the coast) may well make use of Kapetan Luka‘s catamaran service that runs Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Hvar Town – Milna (Brac) to Split and vice versa. This catamaran runs daily from mid April to mid October. They also have another service running Dubrovnik – Mljet – Korcula – Makarska – Bol (Brac) – Split and vice versa, operating daily from the end of May to early October. Finally, Jadrolinija also have a coastal catamaran from Dubrovnik – Korcula – Hvar Town – Bol (Brac) to Split, operating daily from the end of May to the end of September.