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Travel and Visa Information

Split is the largest city on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea with a population of 380.000. The visit of Split can offer the travellers an extraordinary city tour without any need to take buses to reach the centre. Even today as you pass along the south promenade of the Palace, you can feel Diocle's spirit. You can also feel the light breeze blowing from the sea as it seems to be playing through the openings of the Cryptoporticus, welcoming to this town, travellers for whom as Diocles said, there will always be a bed, food, drink, music and the presence of God.


Primosten is a small town built on the island near the coast, known for its indigenous stone houses, churches, the narrow streets of the Mediterranean style, with countless bays and islands. The stormy history of the place begins in the 7th century B.C. The place with Croatian name Primosten was mentioned in 1564 year, and that name is retained until today. Already then, the island with the settlement was protected by a defensive wall. Sliding wooden bridge was the contact with the mainland, but later, the island was joined by pier, i.e., bridged to the mainland. Therefore, the settlement was named Primosten after the Croatian verb primostiti (to span).

Traveling to Split

by air: Split can be reached directly from Amsterdam, Brussels, Franfurt, London, Lyon, Manchester, Munich, Paris, Vienna and via Zagreb from all world airports. For more information please visit Airport Split-Kastela.

by ship: Split harbor is daily connected with Ancona. Ship connections are also available with Venice, Pescara and Bari.

Traveling to Primosten

Primosten is situated in the middle of the Adriatic coast, between the cities of Split and Zadar.

Primosten can be reached:

by bus from: Split Airport or Zadar Airport

by bus from: Split port or Zadar port

For more information please visit


For more information about the bus schedule please visit the following links:
Split Bus Terminal
Zadar Bus Terminal




Additional Transfer Information

Taxi Split Airport 

Shuttle Direct 

JAM Transfer 

VISA Information

Citizens of some countries need an entry visa for the Republic of Croatia. You can find out online whether you need a visa to visit Croatia a (under Visa Requirement Overview, please select your country).

SoftCOM invitation letters can be issued only to speakers, presenters, committee membes or IEEE members. In order to provide registration fees must be paid in advance. Letters will only be sent by Postal Mail or fax and only to the individual registered for the conference.

To obtain our invitation letter you must provide us with guaranties to cover travel and other potential costs during your stay in Croatia.


To apply for an invitation letter please do the following:

1. Register for the conference.

2. Book your accommodation.

3. Please provide required VISA information.