EXPERIENCES

Atrium Hotel offers plentiful modern and fully equipped venues and facilities during your stay with us.

A LITTLE EXTRA…

FUN AND ADVENTURE

Spend your free time discovering Split and its surroundings accompanied by a guide, and enjoy the beauty of Croatia. Whether you decide to spend a romantic day at the sea, an active day in nature, or to explore the wine routes and local specialties, our staff will arrange a perfect day for you. 

LUXURY
TRANSFERS

Luxury and comfortable Safir Hotel vehicles with professional drivers are available to our guests for transfers to/from Split airport.

PRIVATE
TOURS

Spend your free time exploring the beauty of Croatia, and our staff will organize luxurious vehicles, guides and tours in Dalmatia.

Transfers & Day Tours

land tour

Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik, Mostar & Ston

Extend your private transfer to Dubrovnik by a visit to Mostar in the neighboring Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar is the city of contrast, wide roads , narrow streets, traditional Kujundziluk – the city where the culture and art of East and West meet. The world-famous Old Bridge was built in the 16th century by the orders of Suleiman the Magnificent and has been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This is followed by a trip and a stopover in the medieval city Ston, known for its longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km), salt production and oyster farms.

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Transfer from Split to Dubrovnik, Ston & Pelješac

Make sure to organize a stop in Pelješac and Ston on your private transfer to Dubrovnik. Medieval Ston is known for the longest stone wall in Europe (5,5 km), salt production and oyster farms. Oysters are known to be an aphrodisiac. Driving through the Pelješac peninsula you will discover one of the most famous Croatian wine regions, visit one of the local wineries and try some of the best sorts in this region.

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Transfer from Split to Rovinj & Plitvice Lakes

If you decide to take a private one-way transfer to Rovinj, we suggest that you visit the most beautiful national park in Europe-the Plitvice Lakes. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and each visitor is delighted with the magnificent array of 16 cascading lakes connected by beautiful waterfalls. Don’t miss a boat ride over the Great lake, train ride through the park and a traditional lunch.

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Transfer from Split to Sarajevo, Međugorje & Mostar

A trip to Sarajevo can be made into a day tour if you wish to stop and take a break in Mostar and Međugorje. Međugorje is the most famous sanctuary in this region, visited by millions of pilgrims from all over the world. Mostar’s most famous view is the Old Bridge built by Suleiman the Magnificent. It is also famous as the city of stone, the city of contrast, its wide roads and narrow streets, traditional Kujundziluk, a city where the culture and art of East and West meet.

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Transfer from Split to Plitvice Lakes & Zagreb

If you are planning a trip To Zagreb, take a break and visit the UNESCO protected National Park Plitvice Lakes. You will walk amongst a magnificent array of 16 cascading lakes, connected by beautiful waterfalls. Admire the River Korana that created one of the most precious natural sites in Croatia. Experience the boat ride over the Great Lake, the train ride through the park and enjoy a traditional lunch.

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Mostar & Međugorje

Visit the most popular pilgrimage site in this area – Međugorje, and the city of stone, Mostar. Join the millions who visit the church in Međugorje every year, and climb the Apparition Hill. Mostar will impress you with its diversity, contrast, narrow streets and wide roads. The most important view in Mostar is the Old Bridge, whose stone arch bridge was built in the 16th century, by orders of Suleiman the Magnificent. We end this multicultural experience with traditional Bosnian cuisine.

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Zadar & Šibenik

Zadar is an intriguing historical town: a combination of ancient relics, Habsburg elegance, coastal ambiance and towers. In addition to historical sites, there are significant modern works of art such as Sea Organ and Greeting to the sun, located at the entrance to the city port. Šibenik is the oldest Croatian town on the Adriatic coast with the most famous st. James Cathedral, the UNESCO monument, built exclusively of stone with constructions that were not typical for those times.

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Wine tour Pelješac – Mali Ston

The amazing natural beauty of authentic Dalmatian land in the Pelješac area is home to numerous vineyard hills. Sandy soil and maximum sun exposure create the primary requirement for some of the best quality red sorts in Croatia, Plavac mali and Dingač. After tasting the wine and walking through the vineyards, the tour of Pelješac will continue with the visit to the famous city walls of Ston, salt production and oyster farms.

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Plitvice Lakes

National park Plitvice Lakes has been enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage LIst since 1979, and is famous for its magnificent array of 16 cascading lakes, connected by beautiful waterfalls. The Korana River creates stunning waterfalls, lakes and caves that make this national park one of the most precious natural sites in Croatia. Enjoy the boat ride across the big lake and a train ride through the park.

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NP Krka & Trogir

If you visit National Park Krka, you will be fascinated by the picturesque waterfalls overflowing over 17 natural barriers. Besides sightseeing and walking, don’t miss swimming under the crystal clear waterfalls… Explore the beauty of the Trogir peninsula, listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, in the afternoon, and enjoy Croatian gastronomy.

SPLIT MORNINGS ARE

BEAUTIFUL

ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE WAKING UP IN ONE OF OUR HOTEL REFINED ROOMS!

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