Travelling comfortably is our top priority, which is why we’ve removed a row of seats from and offer free Wi-Fi and charging outlets to all our passengers. This trip takes 9 hours or over 14 hours if traveling through Budapest, so there is no doubt that you will want to do something. You can surf the internet or work on your laptop, take a nap, or look out the window and enjoy the breath-taking scenery.
The line offers 4 daily departures in each direction, with prices starting from 10 EUR.
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Services & stops
The route departs at 05:30 and 14:30 and takes approximately 9 hours 15 minutes or 14 hours and 30 minutes (through Budapest) with no stops, but if the bus runs ahead of schedule and makes a few longer stops, the trip will take 40 more minutes. The bus stops to pick up passengers at the following stations: Munich, Salzburg, Villah, Bled, Ljubljana. Or alternative route: Munich, Linz, Vienna, Vienna Airport, Bratislava, Gyor, Budapest, and GP Goričan (border crossing).
Departing from Munich
While waiting to depart to Zagreb, the Munich Bus Station has plenty to keep you occupied and comfortable. The station is open 24 hours a day, and is always lively. You can get to the station by tram, bus, or taxi. Find more information about the Munich Bus Station.
Arriving in Zagreb
Local time: 20:00
The Zagreb Bus Station is located in the centre of the city, and it’s surrounded with cafés and shops on all sides.
You can get to your accommodation place or explore Zagreb by public transportation, by taxi, or you can rent a bike or a car.
More information about the Zagreb Bus Station.
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