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<id=”top”>Split is the largest city at the Croatian part of Adriatic coast with reach history. Although today’s Split was settled by ancient Greeks, the Roman Emperor Diocletian is considered to be it’s the very first citizen. Ancient palace, built by and for Diocletian more than 1700 years ago was a nucleus from which Split grew. Today’a visitor can feel historical influence of many cultures, making Split one of the most popular and the fastest growing touristic destination in Croatia.

4th Grandmaster Early-Career Workshop in Physics will be held at the campus of the University of Split: lectures and poster site is at the Faculty of Science, while participants’ accommodation will be in nearby student dormitory in single and double rooms. Each room has its own bathroom and internet access. Meals are available at student restaurants within the dormitory.
The campus dormitory (“Dr Franjo Tuđman Dormitory“) address is Cvite Fiskovića 3, Split.

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Travel

By plane:
Split is easy reach by plane since many companies have Split in their summer time-tables. The airport is around 20 km from Split (about half an hour by bus). For more information, check Split Airport web-pages.
Buses that leave every 30 to 60 minutes connect Split Airport and downtown. The price is 30 kn (ca 4 EUR). From the main downtown bus station you can use a public bus numbers 15 and 18 (for more information, visit http://www.promet-split.hr/en/

By car:
Split is connected with Europe by modern highway (A1).

By bus:
There are excellent connections between the Croatian capital (Zagreb) and Split by bus, as well with other cities in Croatia and Europe. For more information, see bus station timetable.

By train:
Here you can find the Croatian Railways timetable. We also recommend visiting some other related sites (e.g., www.bahn.de)

By ferry:
During the summer, Split has everyday ferry connection with Italy (Ancona), provided by Jadrolinija and SNAV.

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