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asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Split?

    The price for luggage storage in Split starts from just €5.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Split?

    There are multiple locations all around Split which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Gradska plaža Omiš, Camping Aloa, Trajektno pristanište Supetar and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Split?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Split.

  • Are there storage lockers in Split?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Split. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Split.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Split?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are Odmor grill, Pekarna Hrstić, and McDonald's. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Split are Hotel Ora, Hotel As, and Hotel President Solin.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Split?

    Split offers several scenic parks including Park Śuma Marjan, Park, and Park Zvončac.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Split?

    You can find local tourist information at Split Sightseeing, Turistička Zajednica Grada Splita, and Tourist Board Split Peristil.


About Split

Modern cities don’t get more historic than Split, Croatia. Its stretch of coastal land has been in demand for thousands of years, primarily due to its desirable coastal climate and naturally-fortified terrain.

Rugged mountains and inland waters of the Adriatic Sea surround the picturesque port city of Split. Shipbuilding, goods and passenger transport, and fishing have sustained the region’s economy for centuries.

In Split’s diverse cityscape, bustling boardwalks and contemporary galleries stand amid Roman palaces and 1,500-year-old limestone structures. The city’s dining scene is as varied as its sights, and as Croatia’s cultural hub, Split is also home to an array of museums, art galleries, and a terrific music scene. 

Split is an easy-to-access city; its transportation networks align with its big-city status. The Split Airport welcomes regional, continental, and international flights, and the Split Suburban Railway service stops along the city’s northern coast. When a stay extends for more than a day, the elegant yet eclectic lodging options in Split don’t disappoint.

Luggage storage in Split

Whether you’re here for the pristine beaches and spectacular scenery, or it’s all about business during your stay, a trip to Split is sure to impress. Seaside vibes don’t end in this sparkling city; other towns in the Dalmatia region also have a lot to offer.

While exploring Dalmatia’s best attractions, don’t get bogged down by bags. Find one of our luggage storage facilities in the local hotels and businesses we partner with in Split and safely store your gear until you’re ready to return. We’re larger than station lockers and have multiple locations in the city, easily found on the Bounce app. To find the nearest one, search luggage storage Split and book online within minutes.

Top things to do in Split

Slip into Split’s seaside setting, and you’re in for a treat. As the capital city of Croatia’s Dalmatia region, Split features beaches, exotic eateries, and ancient sites sure to impress even the most seasoned history-driven explorers. 

Stay awhile, and you can spend your overnights between boutique hotels with balconies overlooking the city and residence-style lodging with rooftop pools and sea views. The days, though, should be reserved for experiencing Split’s top attractions.

Activities and attractions in Split

Fortress Klis

This 2,000-year-old castle was constructed in the mountains that tower over Split. A scenic 20-minute bus ride separates Split from the fortress, and tourist traffic here is moderate. Visit Klis Fortress, and you can wander through stone corridors, stand on cliffside ledges, and take in amazing countryside views. Aside from structural restorations, minimal modifications have been made to the castle over the centuries, and visitors are free to roam throughout. 

Game of Thrones fans may recognize the towering mountainside structure; Klis Fortress’ ancient lines and imposing presence made it an ideal filming location. TV-show-themed and standard guided tours are also offered and visitors can get a little extra insight into the property and its fascinating past.

Fortress Klis bag policy

Although it’s unclear if suitcases are allowed inside the fortress, it’s still a good idea to stow your luggage safely on your way here. To see your options for left luggage storage near the fortress, consult our app. By booking online in advance, you can drop off and pick up your bags quickly without waiting in line, giving you more time to enjoy Split.

Diocletian’s Palace

To see Roman ruins, don’t miss this 4th-century fortification. When constructed, the multi-purpose property served as a royal retreat, a center for ceremonies, and a military camp. Over 200 buildings are housed within the palace walls, and there’s much to explore during a visit. Within Diocletian’s Palace, medieval meets modern. Roman architectural remnants meld with contemporary construction, transitioning the palace into one of the city’s main hubs with residences, restaurants, and shops planted throughout the sprawling property. 

Top spots to check out here include the Riva seafront walk, the palace’s four distinct gates, and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius. Below the palace, you’ll find the well-preserved Diocletian Palace Substructures. 

Diocletian’s Palace bag policy

It’s unclear whether bags are permitted during opening hours, but if you want to explore the entire palace, you’ll do lots of walking. Make it easier on yourself and use our efficient baggage storage service to store your things no matter the size. Larger than luggage lockers, we’ll keep your backpack or suitcase secure for a few hours so you can immerse yourself in this historic landmark.

Marjan Forest Park

Flanking Split’s western edge, this diverse greenspace holds some of the city’s best vantage points, hiking trails, and historical structures. The park is accessible on foot via the Marjan Hill Stairs or the charming Varos Neighborhood. The hike takes about 30 minutes and can get a bit strenuous at points, but the views from the top make it worthwhile. 

Buses also run up to the park, so visitors hoping to avoid the extra physical exertion can enjoy a relaxing ride to the park instead. Among the park’s hillside overlooks and forested paths are several ancient structures. Don’t miss the Church of St. Nicholas, the Old Jewish Cemetery, and the cliffside cave dwellings of Karepic’s Tower.

Bacvice Beach

Take a break on the sandy shores of Bacvice Beach. With shallow, crystal-clear waters and a cozy shore, this beach is the perfect spot for those looking to suntan or go swimming. Stay for an hour or a day — the beach features restrooms and showers, and numerous dining options are nearby.

Croatian Maritime Museum

Delve into Split’s shipbuilding history at the Croatian Maritime Museum. Situated in a building that dates back to the 19th century and surrounded by a fortress from the 17th century, there's plenty of history here, both in and out of the exhibits. The museum showcases a wide collection of maritime-themed items and artifacts, like anti-tank guns, models of ships, and torpedos that date back to the Second World War.

Croatian Maritime Museum bag policy

This museum doesn’t specify if guests can bring their bags inside, so it’s safest to store luggage in Split before your visit. Unlike storage lockers, our Split luggage storage locations can accommodate bags of any size and weight. Store as much as you need and enjoy every corner of the museum.


Take in the serene sights of Sustipan, a lush, sprawling park on the city’s southwestern edge. The park was formerly home to a Benedictine monastery and church during the Middle Ages, and a beautiful cemetery was added to the area in the 19th century. Although the cemetery was removed in the 20th century, the park is still a lovely place to visit and go for a stroll.

Street Let Me Pass

Sneak through Street Let Me Pass, the narrowest road in Europe. Although it won’t entertain you for very long, the street is a notable landmark and one of Split’s many interesting hidden gems. Claustrophobics, beware; the street is wide enough to accommodate one average-sized adult at a time.

Shopping in Split

Green Market

Shop like a local at Split’s Green Market (also called Pazar). This daily market offers fresh produce, meats, and cheeses, making it a must for foodies looking to try local flavors. Be sure to show up with your best haggling game; prices here are often negotiable.

Art Studio Naranca

Art Studio Naranca has been a family-run business since it opened in 1983. The gallery specializes in graphic art and has a variety of unique pieces that’ll catch your eye. They organize regular exhibitions to display the work of local Croatian artists, and if you fall in love with one of the pieces, you could buy it and bring it home with you. You’ll also find souvenirs like printed mugs, shirts, art books and handmade jewelry. 

Split Market

If you’re out sightseeing at Diocletian’s Palace, take a few hours to browse through the wares at the Split Market located on its eastern side close to the bus station building. The stalls here sell fresh produce, vegetables, fruit, wine, and items like toys, belts, bags, clothing, and random knick-knacks. Who knows what kind of treasures you’ll come across?

Top restaurants in Split


Dine on local cuisine like cevapi (grilled minced meat) at Ba!Ce. This barbeque restaurant is a cozy and casual eatery serving local dishes prepared on the charcoal grill, giving them a mouthwatering flavor that will have you coming back for more. Your meat will be served with a traditional Sarajevo somun flatbread and is irresistible when paired with kajmak and diced onion.


Enjoy Mediterranean cuisine at Apetit, a restaurant close to Diocletian’s Palace. With stone walls and bright artwork decorating the venue, it’s an inviting space, and the friendly staff are always happy to serve you. Pasta, bread, veggie dishes, and fish and meats, much of which are homemade, make up the menu. No matter what you order, make sure that you save room for dessert. The homemade chocolate cake is delicious.

Bokeria Kitchen & Wine

Bokeria opened in 2014 and has gained an impressive community of loyal customers since then, always looking to return for more. The restaurant is located in what used to be a hardware store, so there’s lots of space, and they offer fantastic seasonal dishes to satisfy your cravings. Take your pick from seafood and bruschetta to steaks and more. Pair your dish with a glass of wine from their extensive list to create the perfect meal in Split.

Transit options in Split


The bus and train stations are adjacent, making it easy to start exploring the city. You can catch a train from the railway station to another train station in Solin, the Kastela region, or cities like Zagreb. If you want to get to Zagreb, tickets cost between €23.00 and €35.00.


Nineteen bus routes travel inside the city, as well as 3 routes that run at night. They can be used to reach many of the city’s top attractions, like the palace that we introduced above. Ticket prices will vary depending on what kind of pass you want and what zone you’re traveling in. A single ticket in Zone 1 costs only €1.00, and up to €4.00 in Zone 4. Consider buying a day pass if you’re traveling to and from the bus terminal a lot. Day passes go for €4.00 in Zone 1 and €8.00 in the other zones.

Ferry port

Split is home to a bustling port terminal, and the ferries and catamarans can help you get from the city to other coastal towns and islands. Prices range between €6.00 to €20.00 for a ferry ticket. Depending on where you’re going, you might have to check at the ferry terminal beforehand.

Navigate Split without carrying your bags

So you’ve just arrived in Split and are excited about your vacation. You’re ready to start exploring immediately but don’t want to drag your luggage around with you all day. Give your arms a rest, and store your bags with our luggage storage service. We have several locations in the city, and with convenience in mind, we allow you to book in advance. 

As you explore more of Europe, Bounce has convenient luggage storage in cities such as Zagreb, Varazdin, and Dubrovnik. Check out our guides to learn more. 

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