All buses to and from Dubrovnik stop at the Dubrovnik bus station which is about 2km north of the Old Town. The bus station is a busy place most of the year but especially in summer! From the bus station, it's easy to take local buses to the Old Town or your Dubrovnik neighbourhood.
Dubrovnik is linked by seven buses a day to
Zagreb (11 hours) which
includes several night buses. Some buses are available for online booking atGetbyBus but given the length of the journey it may be a good idea to check out the prices of flights to Dubrovnik. Buy tickets online at
There are about 13 buses a day from Split to Dubrovnik which take around four hours. The buses take the coastal route but make different stops so you may be able to board at Brela, Baska Voda or Makarska. Book online at getbybus.
Note that buses take the road that passes through Neum which is part of Bosnian territory. You may be asked for your passport, so keep it handy. You do not need a visa to pass through Bosnia-Hercegovina unless you needed a visa to enter Croatia.
There are two buses a day from Sarajevo that take about 6 hours. Book Now
There are two buses a day from Mostar that take about 3 1/2 hours. Book Now
There are four buses a day from Kotor that take about 2 1/4 hours.
There are three buses a day from Budva that take about 3 hours.
There are four buses a day from Herceg Novi that take about one hour.
The above buses can be booked at busradar.com
There are six overnight buses a week from Trieste that take about 15 hours.
[See more about Getting Around Dubrovnik.]
Many domestic and international buses can now be booked online at getbybus. In the summer season it is highly advisable to get your ticket and seat assignment as soon as possible.
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