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On 17.07.2018 at 18:00 temperature in nearby Makarska is 23°C, humidity 80%, preasure 1010hPa. Wind blowing from northwest 2m/s.

Did you know?

A game which is a sort of a predecessor of tennis, "igra na balun" (ball game) is traditionally played in the village of Grablje. Ball is made of leather, filled with goat's hair and hit with the palm instead of a racquet.

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The Railway connects all major Croatian cities, except Dubrovnik. Croatia has direct connections with Slovenia, Hungary, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Slovakia, France, Germany, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Montenegro, and indirect connections with almost all other European countries.

Eurocity and Intercity

EC “Mimara” Munich – Salzburg – Villach- Ljubljana – Zagreb
IC “Croatia” Vienna- Maribor – Zagreb
IC “Kvarner” Budapest – Zagreb – Rijeka
IC “Drava” Budapest – Cakovec – Ljubljana – Venice

The train station in Split is  right across the ferry station in Split, where you can take a ferry to Stari Grad, or catamaran to Jelsa and Hvar city.

Other option is to take a bus to Drvenik, (92 km from Split), where you can take a ferry to Sućuraj on Hvar island.

InterCity trains operate now  from Zagreb to Split and back three times a day (with additional connections at night) with duration of 6 hours.

Train departures Zagreb – Split: 06:50, 11:05, 15:10, 21:25, 22:57
Train departures Split – Zagreb: 07:45, 10:55, 14:52, 21:05, 22:20

For details visit HŽnet.

Train station Split phone No: +385 21 338 499.
Train station Split ticket reservation phone No: +385 21 338 582.