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City bus SplitSplit has a very good public transport system which is run by the company Promet Split. The center itself is very well connected with the outer parts of the city. Local public bus transportation is in any case the cheapest mode of transport. A ticket for local city buses can be purchased directly from the driver or at most kiosks in Split (most kiosks of Tisak and Slobodna Dalmacija). If you buy a ticket at the kiosk, you have to show it to the driver who will annul it with a stamp. In its network, Promet Split has many modern, air-conditioned buses, but bear in mind that there are also very old buses which are not very pleasant to drive in.  You can see route map of the city bus lines here: Local bus connections between Split and the surrounding cities Public city bus system of the city of Split is divided into four (4) zones. The first (zone 1) includes the city of Split, zone 2 includes the cities of Solin, Stobrec, Podstrana and Klis, zone 3 includes Kastela, Dugopolje and the area along the coast till Dugi Rat. The last zone (zone 4) includes the cities of Trogir and Omis. The most popular suburban area buses If it is about suburban transport with local buses, the most popular lines go towards Omis and Trogir. The bus to Omis is number 60 and to Trogir is 37. Both buses go from the station Sukoisan which is 1 km from the city center. (bus nr 60 you can also enter next to the green market) Here we have listed some of the most popular lines, click on the icons to see timetable
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All time tables from Promet Split you can find here Main bus stations of local buses in Split There are several main city bus stations in the city of Split. As already mentioned, the main bus station for city buses is Sukoisan which is directly by the main street, Domovinskog rata. From Sukoisan, the nearest bus station is Opcina, 300 m away. Other important bus stations are Trznica (Green market), Hrvatsko narodno kazaliste (Croatian National Theatre), western waterfront (by the church of Saint Francis) and by the harbour (right next to the train station and the main bus station for intercity and international traffic). Bus ticket prices for local transport in Split As we already mentioned, bus tickets are purchased directly from the driver or at most kiosks. Bear in mind that if you buy a ticket on the bus, the only possible payment is cash. One-way ticket price for an adult is 11 kn (zone 1), 13 kn (zone 2), 17 kn (zone 3), 21 kn (zone 4). Ticket price for children age 6 – 11 is 5 kn for all the zones. Children under the age of 6 do not pay the ticket. If you are in a local bus and carrying luggage, an additional payment is required in the amount of 5 kn per item of luggage. If you are staying in the city for a longer period and planning to use public transport more often, you can buy the so called Karnet tickets (two-way tickets) which cost 17 kn. you can buy them only at a kiosk in a block of 5 or 10 tickets. It is important to know that the any ticket is valid only for one direction and the time is limited for the first zone to 45 minutes, 2 zone - 65 minutes, 3 zone - 85 minutes, and 105 minutes for zone 4. Fines fordriving without abus ticket You should know that the ticket controls are frequent and driving without a bus ticket is not recommended. If you get caught without a ticket, the fine is 50 kn and is to be paid immediately in cash. If you have any question about Split and using public transport in Split, feel free to contact us here: