Travel to Croatia by bus
Very extensive network of buses connects all parts of the country. There are regular international bus lines connecting Croatia with all neighbour countries, and the majority of Central and Western European countries. This mode of transport is the cheapest if you arrive in Croatia from central Europe. Long distance lines are quite common as well as regional lines. The busiest terminal in Croatia is Bus Terminal Zagreb.
National bus network connects you with every small place in the coast of Croatia and continental part. Bus stations in Croatia are: Dubrovnik, Osijek, Pula, Rijeka, Split, Sibenik, Zagreb and Zadar.
Bus departures (bus companies):
- Autotrans: Departures from Rijeka
- Zagreb: Departures from Zagreb
- Sita Padova: Rome – Zagreb, Turin – Zagreb
- Saf Udine: Trieste – Pula – Rijeka – Split – Medugorje
- Eurolines: Venice – Trieste – Medulin, Naples-Rome-Florence-Rijeka-Split
Return ticket is valid up to 6 months for long distances. Also you can extend it, with a written request to the bus company. Return ticket is valid for the company to which you have paid the ticket, but on some lines return ticket can be valid at company partners. Always check this possibility when purchasing tickets.
Money refunds for unused trip can be reduced by 10% of handling charges, and you can get it in a few hours before the departure of the bus. If you’re late for the bus, you will not be able to achieve cost recovery. For damages resulting from loss or damage of your luggage, Bus Company is responsible to a certain amount (this can be from 1000HRK-3000HRK).