The opportunity to travel was there so I took it to see what Split, Croatia had to offer during New Year’s. “Winter” temperatures were as high as 15 degrees Celsius so there were a couple warmer days where I wore a lighter shirt and jacket.
It takes about 4.5 hours for the bus from Dubrovnik to make the trip to Split. Though that was only a part of my travel time. It was a survivable ten hour trip from the taking the bus, boat and another bus and couldn’t wait to get to my rented apartment. The highway road was narrow, winding and along the seaside which offered spectacular views of the Adriatic Sea. In Split, inner city buses are convenient and the price is 11 Kuna if you pay cash. I think it’s cheaper if you buy at a kiosk.