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As we travel we are always seeking interesting places to stop, pause, and take in the scenery. Split Port was a lovely backdrop for our picnic lunch on our Baltic States discovery tour.
A busy harbour with lots of hustle and bustle, great for people...More
Cruises ... start and stop here. The entry is adjacent to the road. Validated paid parking is available nearby the port and train station. The place is always thronged by tourists. There are quite a number of shops around for slip-ons, food and souvenirs -...More
The place needs a massive clean up in terms of Graffiti which is everywhere outside the the old town.
The port itself had a terrible sewage smell all week which stopped you eating in the restaurants nearby.
Not worth a visit.
We enjoyed meandering along Split’s promenade and then on to the Port of Split area. Lots of yachts and boats moored and places to sit and watch the sunlight reflect off the water. Shuttle boats will leave this area for nearby islands and tour companies...More
We were fortunate to visit Split, the second largest city in Croatia when the sun was shining even though it was October. Split is a mix of ancient and modern and there's so much to see, The Emperior Diocleation Palace, the Cathedral of St. Dominus,...More
The entire traffic system for the town cannot cope with the summer ferry traffic. Luckily I was on a bike and could weave through the traffic, but it was so bad the cars and Lorraine's could not get off the ferry so it was delayed...More
We visited this port at the start of s small shop cruise around Croatia.
It is a large Croatian port but seemed fairly easy to navigate your way around the port. It felt safe & was clean & tidy for a busy tourist port. Also...More
We came here to board a small ship cruise but it was difficult to find our boat amidst the throng and there was nowhere to enquire. Put me off the whole cruising experience initially but luckily our other ports of call were much better organised.