• Nothing Found

Getting from Split airport to Trogir

Trogir is a stunning walled medieval town located on the Adriatic coast. It's situated on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo and it's connected to both with bridges. The journey from Split airport to Trogir is just 5 km long, so transfers are usually quick and easy. When making the transfer from Split airport to Trogir, you have two different options; taking a bus or a taxi. The most comfortable option is to take a Split airport taxi as it takes just 7 minutes door-to-door. If you're travelling on a tight budget, a much cheaper option is to take the bus from Split airport to Trogir, which costs just €1.60 one-way. Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Split at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.

Welcome Pickups has a Net Safety Score of 99 of 100

We’ve introduced a metric indicating how safe travellers feel when using our services during the COVID-19 pandemic. After every ride, we ask each traveller to leave a review.

  • 20 minute gap between transfers

  • Regular Car Sanitisation

  • Contactless ride

  • Sanitiser in every car

Read More

Comparison of the options

PRICE FOR 2PASSENGERS
OPTION PRICE DURATION AVAILABILITY
Taxi €13 7min 24/7
Welcome Pickups €22 7min 24/7 Book
Book
Bus €3.20 10min 04:40–00:55

How to get from Split airport to Trogir by taxi

The most convenient and comfortable way to get from Split airport to Trogir is by taking a Split airport taxi. The total journey time is only 7 minutes and the taxi will take you directly from the door of the airport to the door of your accommodation in Trogir.

Taxi fare from Split airport to Trogir

The taxis at Split airport don't offer a set-rate fare for the journey into Trogir. Instead, you will be charged using a taximeter that will calculate the cost of your journey based on the distance you travel. The average cost for a taxi from Split airport to Trogir is €13.

Convenience

Although there's a cheaper public transfer option, taking a taxi from Split airport to Trogir is the only way to get directly from door to door. With a private taxi, you'll know all your personal belongings are safe and secure, so you can sit back and relax.

Editor’s Note

If you're travelling on a budget but are in a group of 4 people or fewer, you can split the fare and save a lot of money, while still enjoying the convenience of a taxi.

Useful Tips

Be sure to carry change with you as most taxi drivers don't accept large bills.
There may be extra charges for large or overly heavy luggage items.
Make sure your driver resets the taximeter before you begin your journey

How to get from Split airport to Trogir by bus

The line 37 bus runs from Split airport to Trogir every 20 to 30 minutes. Taking the bus from Split airport is a great option if you're travelling on a budget as tickets are just €1.60 one-way.

How much is the bus from Split airport to Trogir?

A one-way ticket on the public Line 37 bus costs €1.60. Unfortunately, as this is a local public bus, you can't purchase your ticket online, however, you can purchase your ticket from the driver on the bus.

Cost

€1.60

Trip Duration

10 MIN

There's a waiting time of 20 minutes Monday to Friday and 30 Minutes Saturday and Sunday for the Line 37 bus.

Convenience
Safety
Value for Money

The Line 37 bus runs from 04:40 to 00:55.

Where do I get it from?

The Line 37 bus from Split airport to Trogir can be found just outside of Split airport. You will need to exit the terminal building, walk through the carpark and out onto the main road. Cross the main road so you are facing the airport and you will see the 37 bus stop there.

Convenience

Although taking the public bus from Split airport to Trogir is cheap, it's not the most convenient transfer option. Once you're in the city centre of Trogir, you will then need to find another mode of transportation to reach your hotel.

Editor’s Note

If you're travelling with a lot of luggage, it may be difficult to take the bus. There's limited storage space and you will then need to navigate the city streets of Trogir while carrying your bags once you reach the bus station.

Useful Tips

The bus driver will accept a €5 bill if you don't have change in the local currency.
Be sure to wait at the bus stop on the side of the road away from the airport.
During peak times, there can be an extremely long line for the bus.

Welcome Pickups transfer

Welcome Pickups

Book a trained, English-speaking taxi driver to pick you up at the same price as a regular cab from the line

If you feel more relaxed knowing that somebody is waiting for you, you may as well book a Welcome Pickups transfer. As soon as you arrive at the airport you will be greeted by your driver. He will be waiting for you at the terminal of your arrival with a sign that has your name on it. Your driver will help you out with your luggage and together you will make your way to the vehicle. While he is driving you to your accommodation, the driver can give you some tips and recommendations on what to do during your holidays in Split. Our drivers are hand-picked and speak fluent English. No need to worry about miscommunication issues that you may face with the local taxi drivers regarding your destination. Relax and enjoy your ride.

Best drivers

Hand-picked english-speaking drivers

Flight monitoring

Drivers are always on time

Quality support

24/7 email & phone support

Cancel up to 24h before and get a refund

Edit or cancel transfers

Read more Book Welcome Pickups transfer

Frequently asked questions

How much is a taxi from Split airport to Trogir?

Taxis at Split airport don't offer a flat-rate fee. Instead, you will be charged using a taximeter. The total cost of the journey from Split airport to Trogir will be around €13. For a set-rate fee with no hidden extra charges, we suggest booking your Split airport taxi in advance with Welcome Pickups.

How do you get from Split to Trogir?

There are two different transfer options when you are travelling from Split airport to Trogir; bus or taxi. The most convenient option is a taxi, which takes 7 minutes and costs around €13. The cheaper option is to take the number 37 bus, which takes 10 minutes and costs €1.60 one-way.

Pre-book online