Public transport in Split is organised by Promet Split buses. There are day bus lines 1 through 18, 21 and 22, that run from 05:00 to 23:00, and three night lines (23,39, and 40) running Fridays and Saturdays only. Maps and schedules for each line can be found at their respective stops. Tickets fro public trasport can be purchased on the bus for 11kn or from Promet Split kiosks near each bus stop for 9kn (recommend). If you’re trying to beat the system and chance it without a ticket, the penalty when caught (and you most certainly will be, buddy!) is 70kn.
Split public trasport is covered by one zone, so a ticket is good for one trip anywhere in the city. Sukoišanska (D-2) is the main station from which you can catch buses for Trogir, Omiš, the airport, and other destinations outside of Split.
Key buses for public trasport:
#37 to Kastela and the Airport, every 30 minutes. From the central bus station, about 10 minutes walk north, just ask. You can get off in Solin as well to walk to Salona, the ancient Roman capital of Dalmatia.
#60 from the Green Market all the way to Omis. You can stop at LeMeridien Hotel and enjoy its beach and amentities…free! About a 40 minute ride.
#12 or 12A from the end of the Riva in front of Sv Frane Church (with the clock tower) is a great 20 minute trip to Bene (Marijan)
Single ticket (bought in bus) – 11 kn
Single ticket (bought at kiosk) – 9 kn
Ticket for two journeys – 16 kn
Set of five double tickets – 75 kn
Monthly ticket – 260 kn
Sukoišanska station contact details:
Hercegovačka 20, 21000 Split
Tel.: +385 21 407 999
Sukoišanska’s ticket office operates:
06:30 to 20:00 on weekdays,
06:30 to 12:00 on Saturdays,
closed on Sunday.