Traveling from Split to Dubrovnik in the summertime is arguably the most popular route in Croatia. While there are many different ways you can approach your journey, we’re here to tell you why using a private transfer is the easiest, most convenient, and stress-free way to book your travel.
First things first, Dubrovnik is located about a 3 hour drive (200 kilometers) south of Split. There are many ways you can travel from the city of Diocletian to the city that transforms into King’s Landing on television screens around the globe, but most of your options are time consuming and inconvenient for travelers on the go.
One way you can reach Dubrovnik from Split is by bus. While this sounds easy and painless, the bus trip will take you around 4.5 hours. The problem with buses in the summertime is not only the crowds, but inventory becomes quickly unavailable and more often than not buses will sell out. In addition, a single bus trip from Split to Dubrovnik will cost you over 100 kuna, and that’s not including the fee for your baggage. To add even more insult to injury, the bus station in Dubrovnik is located 2 kilometers outside of the walled city, which usually means an expensive taxi ride to get you to where you need to go.
Another way you can take your trip is by catamaran. While this might sound all sorts of exotic and fancy, think again. Unfortunately, this journey also takes around 4.5 hours and will run you even deeper into your savings at 170 kuna per ticket. Another major setback with the catamaran is the lack of schedule diversity, and unless you’re an early bird that looks forward to 7:40am journeys from Split, this route won’t be for you. Oh, and let’s not forget you still need to get from the port to your desired destination once you’ve finally arrived!
Of course you also have the option of a car rental, but daily car rentals in the summertime can cost you upwards of 100 euros a day, and we recommend staying away from the Croatian roads unless you’re a seasoned driver.
Couldn’t all of this be made much easier?
To answer your question, it can, and that is why Solo Transfers is here to help you get from destination A to B. We understand the need and urgency in the summertime to get from Split to Dubrovnik, and our service will surely be the quickest and most convenient way to get you where you need to go.
Our private transfer from Split to Dubrovnik can be arranged from both Split airport or Split city, to either Dubrovnik city or Dubrovnik airport. To make the trials of traveling in the summertime a bit easier on you, our private transfer service picks you up from the door of your desire and brings you to exactly where you need to be – with no need for buses or taxis to continue your journey once you’ve finally reached your destination. And for those of you traveling in groups, it’s quite obvious that your expenses would quickly add up from what you’d have to spend on individual bus or catamaran tickets. Wouldn’t it make more sense to leave the pains of traveling to us, instead?
The price for a private transfer from Split to Dubrovnik begins at 200 euros. You can find more information about this service here.
Top tourist attractions in Split:
– Diocletian’s Palace & Basement
– Cathedral of Saint Domnius
– Ivan Mestrović Gallery
– Croatian Maritime Museum
– The Riva
– The Green Market
– The Fish Market
Top tourist attractions in Dubrovnik:
– The Old City Walls
– Dubrovnik Cathedral and Treasury
– The City Gates
– Square of Loggia
– Fort Lovrijenac (Fort Lawrence)
– Onofrio fountain and St. Savior Church
– Rector’s Palace
– Dominican and Franciscan Monasteries