Dubrovnik Bus Station
Put Republike 19, Dubrovnik, Croatia
+385 20 357 020
Dubrovnik Bus Station Reviews
Dubrovnik Bus Station Jul 04, 2010
With no trains in Dubrovnik, if you are travelling through the city you are likely to end up here. Even if you are just flying in, the bus to and from the airport goes from here, departing and terminating at platforms 7 and 8.
Located near the end of the port in the Gruz district,it is about 2 km from the Old Town. To and from the Old Town you get get the No1 bus, or from Lapad the No7 will take you there.
All international buses depart from here, including to Mostar and Sarajevo in Bosnia and to Hercig Novi and Kotor in Montenegro. Direct servises to Podgorica,Belgrade and Skopje. Also destinations within Croatia, like Split,Zagreb and Pula, though you will still need your passport handy, as you have to cross the Neum corridor, a 20km strip of coastling that is part of Bosnia.
Opens at 4am, an hour before the first bus leaves and shuts at 11pm, half an hour after the last bus has gone. Left luggage is open from 4-30am -10-30pm and costs 5KN for the first hour you leave your bag and then 1.5Kn for each hour after that.
Toilets available, but at a cost of 3KN and they are found in the air conditioned waiting room at the far end of the bus station. Has a small shop selling drinks, sweets and newspapers/magazine( not international press though).Also has a Currency Exchange Office, didn't use it, but unlike you'll find the best rates here.
Has timetable up with all departures from Dubrovnik,which was well laid out and easy to read. I was able to work out which bus I was wanting before going up to the ticket desk. There are about 5 ticket desks, but the twice I was there only two were open. Girl working there spoke reasonably good English, so was able to get tickets I needed relatively easily .
Part of the Balkans Summer Tour - July 2010 travel blog
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