If you are arriving by bus to Split. You will arrive on Split’s bus station that is fairly small but has everything you need.
A toilet (opened 00:00 – 24:00) cost 4kn is situated inside the bus station, along with the domestic and international ticket windows and an information desk.
The domestic ticket window offers a twenty-four hour service and the information desk operates from 00:00 – 24:00.
The international ticket office operates 06:00 – 22:00.
The red and blue posters on the window of the international ticket office list the international arrivals and departures.
Left luggage: A left luggage point (open 06:00 – 22:00) is accessed from the street; turn left out of the station and drop off your bags for a flat rate of 5kn per hour, per piece of luggage, every next hour you pay 1.5kn.
Getting to town: As it’s on the same side of the street, the directions for getting around are the same as for the train station: a left turn will eventually lead you to the Trajektna luka bus stop; a right turn will lead you to the old town and several public phones, ATMs and Internet and call centers along the way; and taxis wait to whisk you away directly in front of the bus station.
If you’re planning a round trip to a domestic destination, make sure to check bus operators and travel times, as return tickets usually require you to travel with the same company on each leg of the trip. Also, if you happen to be travelling to the northern part of Croatia, check if the bus will be using the new highway or the curvy, car-sickness-inducing but aesthetically-pleasing old roads, which can affect the length of your trip.
Web site: http://www.ak-split.hr