Cheap Flights from London to Split
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Flights from London to Split
This information is correct as of November 2015
Airlines that fly from London to Split
easyJet from Stansted; easyJet and WizzAir from Luton; British Airways and Croatia Airlines from Heathrow; Croatia Airlines, easyJet, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Thomson Airways from Gatwick.
Terminal Information – Departing
Gatwick: Croatia Airlines fly from the South Terminal, while easyJet and Thomson Airways fly from the North Terminal. The airport train station is in the South Terminal, so if you're flying from the North Terminal you will need to take the free inter-terminal shuttle. Both terminals are like mini shopping malls, with a great range of shops and restaurants to choose from.
Heathrow: Croatia Airlines fly from Terminal 2 while British Airways fly from Terminal 5. Terminals 4 and 5 have separate stops on the tube and the train, so check your boarding card before setting out for the airport. Terminal 5 is known for its luxury shopping and its Gordon Ramsay restaurant, Plane Food. Terminal 2, also known as The Queen's Terminal, was recently refurbished and offers a fine array of shops and places to eat.
Luton: The airport's one terminal with a great range of shops and restaurants. There are nine places to eat (including Krispy Kreme, Benugo and Pret A Manger) as well as fourteen shops (including Kurt Geiger, MAC Cosmetics and Dixons Travel).
Stansted: There's one terminal with a cluster of shops and restaurants. Pick up some beauty bits and bobs at The Body Shop or treat your little ones to some toys from Hamleys. Relax with a glass of bubbly at Blanc et Noir, or enjoy a tasty meal at James Martin Kitchen.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Public transport in Split can be a bit erratic, with a relaxed approach to timetables. If you want to take the bus into the city there are a few options. There are airport buses which charge HRK 30* (about £2.80) for a ticket, and local buses which don't go all the way to the city centre. There are also coaches run by Pleso Transport Company. Tickets cost HRK 33* (just over £3). Taxis take half an hour: expect to pay about HRK 270* (just over £25).
You need a valid passport to fly to Split from the UK. It needs to be valid for the full length of your stay. Croatia is a member of the EU. You don't need a visa if you're visiting for up to 90 days. If you want to stay for longer, pop in to a local police station and ask for advice.
What to expect in Split
Split is one hour ahead of London and the Croatian Kuna (HRK) is the currency. Split is a lot cheaper than London. A three course dinner for two generally costs less than £19* while a pint of local beer comes in at about £1.40*. Temperatures are mild: expect temperatures around 25°C in July (the hottest month) and 7°C in January (the coolest).
*Prices subject to change
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