ARRIVING AT LE MÉRIDIEN LAV, SPLIT
Discover the Dalmatian Coasts through Le Méridien Lav - Split, a unique itinerary made of stunning panoramic views. Split has the largest passenger port on the Adriatic coast and it is one of the most important hubs in the Mediterranean Sea. Maritime and ferry lines connect it with Bari, Pescara, Ancona as well as Hvar, Korcula, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, Zadar and Rijeka.
Daily local ferry and catamaran lines connect Split with Hvar, Vela Luka, Lastovo and Korčula. For timetables and further information contact our Concierge.
Split Train Station is located at the ferry port in Split center 11 km away from the hotel. For more information on timetables follow the link.
Split Airport, also known as Resnik Airport, is only 25 km away, close to the Adriatic Sea. The airport is the second most important hub for Croatia, offering flights to several European cities, such as Athens, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Rome. Limousine transfer from the airport can be arranged upon request.
The fastest and easiest way to get to Split is by Zagreb-Split highway, otherwise known as E-65 on international road maps and as A-1 inside Croatia. The route on the A-1 from Zagreb to Split is about 380 kilometres long and will take 3,5 to 4 hours. When the signs let you know you're getting close to Split, look for the Dugopolje exit.
From Ljubljana just follow the highway E-70 to Zagreb, then take the A-1 to Split.
Take the E-70 motorway to Trieste and look for the signs that point to Fiume and route number E-61 (local route 7), which crosses Slovenia and enters Croatia at Pasjak. Then, take route E-61, which will take you towards Rijeka. When possible, get on E-65 (local route 6) to Bosiljevo, where you'll see signs for the A-1, which you follow right in to Split.
For further informations please visit Croatian Motorways Website >