Split train station
Last updated 09 August 2018
Split's railway station is located in the centre of the city, just a few minutes walk from the old part of the town.
It is a simple station with not to many amenities as traveling by train is not to popular - it is mostly used for cargo. Passengers are more used to travel by bus or by plane so the Split train station is not very busy.
Facilities on the train station are limited but as the main bus terminal and port of Split are near, everything you might need can be found in the vicinity.
Trains run between Split and Zagreb and Split and Perković (connecting to Šibenik). Trains to Zagreb run 4 times - two day trains which take 6 and a half hours to Zagreb and in the summer extra two overnight trains which take 8 and a half hours to reach its destination.Rest of World - Rail Europe
There are no train connections south to Dubrovnik. You will have to find other means of transportation.
All international train connections run via Zagreb.
- Address: Obala kneza Domagoja 9, 21000, Split
- General information: +385 (0)60 333 444
Ploče train station
Although Ploče is the southernmost train station in Croatia, it is not connected to the with the Croatian railway network. Instead, it is connected to the Bosnian railway station and has trains running to Sarajevo.