Split transfers

are faster and more comfortable than shuttles, buses, trains and taxis in Split to the city center, hotel, resort, airport, train station or to any other place you need to get to.

Why do tourists book private transfers in Split?

Why do people book transfers in Split

Transfer is a transportation service which meets and brings you exactly where you asked: a Kiwitaxi driver meets you at the airport (as close to the Arrivals as possible), at the hotel reception or at the exactly given address, helps you with your luggage and brings you fast- track to your destination.

You can pre-order inexpensive taxi transfer to the city center or to the airport, comfortable car transfer for the family with children, Economy minivan for a tourist group or a Luxury transfer. The transfer cost in Split is fixed at the time of pre-order and never rises : either when the driver is waiting for the passenger, when the stop is necessary, or because of traffic jams.

Customer feedback

Superorganized in every detail. ....The information before, upgrading the car without extra charge in advance, the fast and nice service at the pick up place and the reasonable price!
Ten out of ten. Both drivers were on time and professional. Would definitely use Kiwi taxis again. Communication was also good Keeping us informed of driver contact details
The driver was waiting for us at the exit, even with the plane arriving late. He was very polite, drove well, we could understand each other perfectly in english (even that it was not our first language). Everything went well and I definetly recommend the service.

Transfers vs. Public Transport and Taxi in Split

Split is the second largest city in Croatia after Zagreb as well as the main city in Middle Dalmatia. Twenty five kilometers away from it, there is one of the largest air hubs in the country — Split International Airport. Tourists usually go from here to Dubrovnik, Murter, Trogir, Zadar, and the resorts of Arbanija, Baska Voda, and Brela. Many of them also go to Montenegro, particularly to Tivat. 

How to get from Split city center to Split Airport, train station, or neighboring cities

Here are the most popular options to leave the city:

— by shuttles. They run from the central bus station to the airport once an hour, from 05:00 to 20:00. Tickets can be bought at the ticket office or from the driver;

— by buses. They run from Split to Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Makarska, and Plitvice Lakes National Park. The city bus № 37 running to Trogir can also take you to the airport; 

— by taxi. It can be ordered by phone or with the help of a special app;

— by transfer. You book it via the Internet in advance.

If you’re going to travel longer distances, for example, to Zagreb or largest European cities, you can take a train at the central railway station. It is located in the very center of the city. 

Transfer vs. Taxi service in Split ordered by phone or via the app

Advantages of a private transfer

A trip to the airport is 4–11 euros cheaper than that by local taxi and a trip to Brela is 19–39 euros cheaper. Trips with a taxi driver on these routes will cost 250–300 Croatian kuna (34–41 euros) and 525–750 kuna (70–100 euros). A transfer from Split to the airport costs from 30 euros, and to Brela — from 61 euros. 

Travel to the airport at the Uber price. An UberX taxi cab from Split to the airport will cost at least 225 Croatian kuna (around 30.5 euros). Traveling with Kiwitaxi will cost you 30 euros. 

Convenient service. You won’t have to look for and wait for a car, and the driver will meet you with a name sign, help you with your baggage, and take you to the desired address with comfort.  

Disadvantages of a private transfer

A bit more expensive trip to Brela than that with Uber. The app shows the price of around 350–400 kuna (47–53 euros) according to the UberX tariff.

Transfer in Split vs. Bus and Shuttle 

Advantages of a private transfer

You can reach the airport even at night, while shuttles run only until 20:00 and city buses — until 00:15.

No changes on the way. In order to get from your hotel to the railway station, airport, or some other city by public transport, you will have to make at least one change. 

You don’t have to adjust yourself to timetables. Shuttles run once an hour, and intercity buses have only a few trips a day. A transfer can be booked for any time you need. 

Disadvantages of a private transfer

Much more expensive. One ticket for a bus to the airport costs 16 kuna (2.2 euros), and for a shuttle — 30 kuna (4 euros). A bus trip to Brela costs 43 kuna (around 6 euros), and to Zagreb — from 180 kuna (24 euros).

What is worth visiting in Split?

Not far from the historic city center, there is the most popular beach in Bacvice. Various festivals and parties often take place here. There are also plenty of diving centers on the coast. In one of the most famous ones — Opensea — the price for diving starts from 35 euros per person. 

The main historical sight in Split is Diocletian’s Palace built in 305. In the central part of the palace, one can find the city museum. 

A great place for a picnic is Marjan Hill, which offers an amazing view of the city. And on the islands of Hvar and Sveti Andrija, one can take a stroll around picturesque places.