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Dubrovnik to Split Bus

The Dubrovnik to Split bus route is served throughout the year. During the summer season, travelers can expect approximately 12 daily departures, while in the winter season, this number decreases to around 5 daily departures. The journey typically takes about 4 hours.

Prices and tickets Dubrovnik to Split Bus

Ticket prices for this vary depending on the time of the year and the occupancy rates of the buses. Tickets for all departures can be bought online or at the bus station. In average customer pay 25 Euro for this trip in the main season!

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Schedule and Frequency Dubrovnik Split Bus

Please check the timetable using the search form above for the latest and most comprehensive details on direct bus services from Dubrovnik to Split, including information on departure and arrival times. Below we have listed some of the most popular departure times.


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Dubrovnik (HR)
2h 53min
Split (HR)
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  • door to door service
  • no charge for flight delay
  • no luggage hassle
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22 May | 08:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
04h 23m Direct
12:23 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
22 EUR
08:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
12:23 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
22 EUR
04h 23m Direct

Arriva - Autotrans (ATR)
9002 reviews
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22 May | 10:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
04h 15m Direct
14:15 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
24 EUR
10:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
14:15 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
24 EUR
04h 15m Direct

Promet Makarska d.o.o. (PMM)
5307 reviews
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Air-conSeat belt
22 May | 14:15 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
04h 15m Direct
18:30 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
20 EUR
14:15 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
18:30 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
20 EUR
04h 15m Direct

Promet Makarska d.o.o. (PMM)
5307 reviews
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Air-conWifiSeat belt
22 May | 22:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
04h 00m Direct
02:00 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
14 EUR
22:00 Dubrovnik (HR) , Bus terminal
02:00 Split (HR) , Bus terminal
14 EUR
04h 00m Direct

Samoborček EU grupa (SMB)
2499 reviews
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Map travel route Dubrovnik (HR) to Split (HR)

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Timetable for buses in the opposite direction can be found here:

Bus station in Dubrovnik - Departure Station

The departure bus station in Dubrovnik is located at the address Obala pape Ivana Pavla II 44 A, 20000 Dubrovnik, the location is in the city part Gruz which is about 3 km from the center, you can see more about Dubrovnik bus station here.

Bus station in Split - Arrival station

The arrival bus station in Split is located at the address Obala Kneza Domagoja br.12, 21000 Split, which is in the center of town, next to the ferry port and the train station. You can find more info about the bus station here:

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the bus ride from Dubrovnik to Split?

The bus ride from Dubrovnik to Split is about 4 hours, during summer season there might be delays do to heavy traffic.

How often does the bus run between Dubrovnik and Split?

During the summer, buses depart approximately every two hours during the daytime, with additional services available at night. In Peak season there is up to 12 daily departures towards Split.

How much is a bus ticket from Dubrovnik to Split?

The average price for a one-way ticket is around 25 Euros. In the winter, tickets can be available for as low as 15 Euros, while in the peak season, prices may rise to 30 Euros. Discounts are offered for children, students, and pensioners by some bus operators.

Where do buses depart in Dubrovnik and arrive in Split?

All Intercity buses depart from Dubrovnik Autobusni Kolodvor (Dubrovnik Bus Terminal), which is located in the city part Gruz. In Split all buses arrive at the main bus station near the center of town.

Is it necessary to print the ticket?

No, meanwhile all bus companies on this route accept electronic tickets, so no need for printing.

Does the bus from Dubrovnik to Split stop on the way?

Yes, typically the buses include a 15-20 minute break midway through the journey. This stop is usually at a highway gas station, allowing passengers to purchase food and drinks, as well as use the restrooms.

Does the bus go through Bosnia & Herzegovina?

All buses from Dubrovnik to Split all used to drive through Bosnia, near Neum, bus since the opening of of the Peljesac Bridge majority follow this route.

Are there scenic views on the trip?

Yes there are, the first 50 km, the bus follows the Magistrale (the coastal road), so if you sit at the left side of the bus when you leave Dubrovnik you will enjoy the best views.

Amenities and Luggage Policy

Majority of buses driving between Dubrovnik and Split are comfortable long distance buses, featuring amenities like WI-FI, extra leg-room and air-conditioning.

The Luggage policy vary from company to company, the general rule is that passengers can bring a smaller cabin back or backpack as well as a regular sized suitcase for the hold. Note the suitcase for the hold might be subject to charge, which has to be paid in cash, so bring a few Euro coins.

Summary: Bus travel from Dubrovnik to Split.

Travel distance fastest route232 km / 144 Miles
Average summer ticket price€25 / $28 / £22
Scenic viewsYes
Nr. of daily departures summer12
Nr. of daily departures winter5
Bus companies on this routePromet Makarska, Arriva, Autotransport Sibenik, Flixbus, Promet Sinj
Buses stop at Dubrovnik AirportNo
Buses stop at Split AirportNo

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Other ways of traveling

Traveling from Dubrovnik to Split, you have several alternatives to taking a bus, each offering a different experience and varying in terms of cost, duration, and scenic value. Here are some options:

  • Plane, both cities has an airports, so during summer months this might be an option, although you will no save much time.
  • Ferry, taking a fast ferry from Dubrovnik to Split is undoubtedly the best alternative to taking the bus, the fast ferry is more expensive, but offers stunning views.
  • Private transfer, is probably the most comfortable option, but also the a pricey one.

Taking a train, is not possible, as there are no rail tracks to Dubrovnik.