If you are arriving by airplane or bus to Trogir and Split, you might find yourself in need of transfer services. Instead of arriving at the airport or bus station and waiting for shuttle buses or trying to catch a taxi which might charge you a lot more for your transfer, it is always a better idea to arrange your transfer beforehand. That way you can always be sure there will be someone waiting for you at the airport upon your arrival to take you directly to your accommodation, without unnecessary waiting.
As mentioned earlier, booking an airport transfer will ensure that there will be someone waiting for you as soon as your plane lands. The driver will wait for you at the entrance of the airport holding a sign with your name on it so it will be easy to find them as well.
There is no hassle with trying to find the taxi lane while carrying your luggage or waiting for a taxi to arrive. Also, when you book a transfer you will know exactly how much you will pay for your transfer – so no uncomfortable surprises at the end of the ride and no hidden costs.
If you want to take a shuttle bus you might end up waiting for up to a half an hour or longer for the bus to arrive and even after that you might be dropped off far from your accommodation and end up taking another taxi from the drop off point to your villa or apartment – all of that will be avoided with a previously arranged transfer.
Another benefit of arranging an airport transfer is that you can also do it last minute – even an hour in advance so you can arrange your transfer while waiting to board your plane.
Renting a car at the airport might seem a good idea at first – if you’re ready for the roads on the Croatian coast. Most of the coastal cities in Croatia are old cities formed in ancient or medieval times – which also means that sometimes their infrastructure will not always be as it is in the “newer” cities with carefully planned streets. Due to geography, a lot of streets are narrow and steep so if you’re traveling by car do not expect wide boulevards and roads everywhere you go, especially in the cities. If you’re not a confident driver or don’t have the patience to explore the infrastructure of a new town in another country or you don’t mind figuring out the easiest route to get to your accommodation – getting the airport transfer might be a better option for you.
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Don’t worry if you want to make a short stop at the grocery store on your way to the accommodation to pick up a few necessities – when you arrange the transfer, drivers will be happy to assist you (and even recommend some great supermarkets on the way) without you have to worry about taximeter running – the price you pay is always fixed.
Transfer services are a great way to explore the historical landmarks and attractions around Trogir and Split. You can simply arrange a transfer to take you pretty much anywhere you want – and as easily as that you can arrange with the driver when to pick you up for a return transfer to your accommodation. Booking a return transfer as well will in all cases result in a lower price than booking two separate transfers with different companies, after all.
While in Split and Trogir, there are some great places you can see during your visit – Klis fortress, the ancient ruins of Salona, UNESCO protected palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian in Split, UNESCO protected old center of Trogir with the impressive Kamerlengo fortress, UNESCO protected St. Jacob’s Cathedral in Šibenik, Church of St. Donatus and sea organ with Greeting to the Sun installation in Zadar, Krka Waterfalls and even Plitvice Lakes and Dubrovnik are easily reachable from Trogir and Split. Dubrovnik is famous not only for its walls and fortifications but also as the King’s Landing from Game of Thrones, which surely contributed to its word wide popularity in recent years. Don’t miss the city’s white limestone streets, the lovely old town of Stari Grad or scenic Mount Srđ (take the cable car to the top for some magnificent views).
If you’re a history or art admirer, Trogir and Split also have various museums and galleries you can visit during your stay – Split City Museum, Archaeological Museum, Ethnographic Museum and impressive Meštrović Gallery in Split or see the famous Kairos in the Benedictine monastery of St. Nicholas in Trogir.
In any case, whatever you decide to see, be assured that booking a transfer will be the fastest and most convenient way to get you there.