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In the summer of 2013, as Split hosted European universities’ basketball championships, a new Student dormitory, „Dr Franjo Tudjman“ was opened. It has a capacity of 55 single rooms, 278 double rooms, 10 apartments, a restaurant, a sports venue, a gym, outdoor sports courts, etc. Student dormitory „Dr Franjo Tuđman“ is part of a student Campus located at Cvite Fiskovica 3, just 2.9 km from the City centre. 

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During arrival days, whether you come by sea, land, railway, or air traffic, official welcome points will be placed on traffic terminals. We’ll be happy to provide you with essential transportation information and ensure your stay in Split is smooth and hassle-free throughout the whole competition.

Read how to come to Split

Visa requirements

Citizens of Schengen Area and Eurozone countries can enter Croatia without a visa for tourist or business stays of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. You can use a valid passport or national ID card for entry. For travelers from other countries, visa requirements may vary. Please consult the official website for the most current information on visa requirements and exemptions.

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About Croatia and the city of Split

The story of Split is already 17 centuries old, dating to the time the Roman Emperor Diocletian decided to build his Palace to spend the last years of life. Today it boasts rich tradition, glorious history, natural beauty, and cultural heritage as the largest city in Dalmatia and the second-largest city and port in Croatia. Locals call Split “the most sporty city in the World” and we are sure it will knock you off your feet.

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