Guide to Cruise Ports and Terminals
The bustling city of Split Croatia is rapidly becoming an attractive cruise port-of-call. Located on the picturesque Dalmatian coast north of Dubrovnik, Split is easy to access for cruise passengers.
The Split Cruise Terminal is located right at the foot of the Old Town. Consequently, passenger can simply walk into town.
The central bus station is located on the waterfront between the Old Town and the Ferry Terminal.
Train service is available from Split to Zagreb and Rijeka.
Ferry service operates from Split to a number of the offshore Croatian islands as well as to destinations in Italy.
Split Croatia is home to some well-preserved Roman ruins that are conveniently situated in the city centre. Other popular attractions include:
The cruise ship terminal is located on the southeast side of the city harbor, a short walk from the Old Town. Small ships anchor in the city harbor where passengers tender to the Old Town.
View map of Split Croatia.
Croatia's currency is the kuna. As a member of the European Union, the country will be adopting the euro at some time in the future.