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Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Dr_Seuss Dr_Seuss
216 reviews
Libertas Dubrovnik Buses Jul 01, 2010
Bus is the only practical way to get about, other than taxis, if you are staying outside the old town.

Rather antiquated fleet of buses, with shuddering gearboxes causing buses to lurch down the road. At almost every time of day the buses seemed overcrowded, so a good way to meet new people and get close to them quickly :D

City served by 11 different routes, with most passing teh Pile Gate. The main area tourists will stay in in Lapad and it is served from Pile by the N06 bus, which is also the longest service, with the first bus from Lapad at 5-30am and the last bus back from Pile at about 2am.

Tickets can be bought from kiosks at the bus stops cost ing 8KN, or on the bus from the driver costing 10KN. At the kiosks you can get a daily ticket for 25KN, but kiosks aren't open all the time and all I saw were shut by 7-30pm.

Reliable and frequent service, and better 10 minutes on the bus than the 40 minute walk from Lapad to Pile
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ikitai ikitai
6 reviews
Jul 04, 2007
If you are arriving into Dubrovnik by plane there is a bus that will take you downtown (it has about 5 stops, including one within a block of Old Town, one near Jadrolinija ferry terminal, and ends at the main bus station). It cost 35 Kuna, you need to pay in cash to the bus driver (there is an ATM when exiting the airport across from the rental car desks). There wasn't a schedule posted I have a feeling the buses are released based on the arriving flights, and don't have a "regular" schedule. The trip takes about 30 min to go all the way to the main bus station. So based on the exchange rate this is fairly cheap for the travel length. If you (by mistake) go to the bus station, buy a bus ticket for 8 kuna from the "convenience" store there (you will be charged 10 kuna if you buy it on the bus), and give your address to the information desk and they will tell you which buses you can take. There aren't too many bus lines to remember and each station shows a map of where each line goes around town. Buses seemed to be very frequent so you don't have to wait too long either. You need to get on the bus at the FRONT, and will only be allowed to exit from the front if no other passengers are getting on (not like other European contries where you can enter and exit from whichever door you want).
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