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Forum Posts

Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by Kikibubba

Can anyone offer suggestions to get from Dubrovnik to Budapest, other than using Croatia or Malev airlines? We would prefer to fly, but find air travel between these two cities to be VERY expensive.

Re: Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by MacedonianUK

Only other way is to take bus.
Dubrovnik bus time table can be found at www.libertasdubrovnik.com
Dubrovnik bus station can be found at www.croatiatraveller.com
or any info on Dubrovnik at www.dubrovnik-online.com
You can get bus from Dubrovnik to Zagreb at: 06.00 07.00 10.00 18.00 19.00 21.00 22.00
Chek Zagreb train station at: www.hznet.hr for trains to Budampest.
Zagreb Gl. kol. - Budapest-Kelenfo

04:56 241 10:41 05:45 Budapest-Kelenfo 10:41

09:58 205 15:45 05:47 Budapest-Kelenfo 15:45

15:45 201 21:40 05:55 Budapest-Kelenfo 21:40

Hope this helps.
MacedonianUK

Re: Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by diocletianvs

You can fly rather cheap to Zagreb (Croatia Airlines), and then change for a train to Budapest. This way you'll avoid long bus journey, and if you book early enough you can even pay less for the flight than for the bus ride to Zagreb.

Other option is to use some cheap flight from Dalmatia (Dubrovnik or Split) to Bratislava, and then take a train to Budapest. Check Sky Europe and Danube Wings. For trains check www.bahn.de.

During the summer there should be a train connection between Split and Budapest. You can easily reach Split from Dubrovnik by bus.

If you'll use train between Croatia and Hungary note that Croatian and Hungarian railways offer a 60% discount on return tickets. This means that buying a return ticket can be cheaper than buying a single ticket, even if you don't mean to use the return portion of the ticket.

Hope this helps.

Re: Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by IngaA

Pity, some years ago skyEurope flied Budapest-Dubrovnik... now they seem to have cancelled these flights
I'd second an option to fly to Zagreb an take a train to Budapest (it costs about 29 Euro raound trip, I checked recently as I'm thinking to take it)

Re: Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by royslaven

I am flying from Bratislava to Dubrovnik for 39 Euros on 1 July on Sky Europe. I would suggest flying in the opposite direction then taking a bus or train from Bratislava to Budapest. Sky Europe also flies from Dubrovnik to Vienna which has easy bus and train connections to Budapest.

Re: Transport from Dubrovnik to Budapest

by royslaven

I am flying from Bratislava to Dubrovnik for 39 Euros on 1 July on Sky Europe. I would suggest flying in the opposite direction then taking a bus or train from Bratislava to Budapest. Sky Europe also flies from Dubrovnik to Vienna which has easy bus and train connections to Budapest.

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Visit Stari Grad

by AussieKitten

Visit Stari Grad and take a walk along the fortress' wall, as well as through the protected city within. The stone ground appears smooth and shiny, just like marble, due to the many centuries of being walked upon. Lapad Bay with its secluded stone beach, parkgrounds and picturesque views of the Adriatic & Lapad Bay from our hotel room's balcony (the photo captures this).

St. Blasius, the patron saint of Dubrovnik

by karenincalifornia

In the middle ages, it was a town custom to worship a patron saint, who was believed to serve as protector. Dubrovnik selected St. Blasius in 972 A.D during a seige by the Venetians.

Eventually, Venice did gain control of Dubrovnik in 1205 A.D. and ruled the city until 1358, much to the dissatisfaction of the Dubrovnik residents.

Entering the town on the west side, you will walk over the stone bridge and through the Pile Gate. St Blasius stands guard. Once inside the city walls, you’ll have the distinct feeling that you have entered a town in a medieval era.

Montenegro

by mlasov

If Dubrovnik is the pearl of the Adriatic, Montenegro is the diamond in the rough. I don’t usually advocate coach tours, but hop on the bus for about $50 at the tour office near the main gate, and take a guided tour of a fairly obscure and less traveled European County. The only problem, if it is a problem, is that you may want to stay.

The tour will show you several old yet fascinating cities including the old capital, kotor and budva, lunch in a traditional mountain village, and a natural wonder - Kotor Fjord.

Directions to Zuljana

by davesut

From E80 north of Dubrovnik, then signs for Ston. Zuljana signposted on the left just past Dubrava. Spectacular views of a valley down to the beach for the passengers but not me the driver. Keep your eyes on the road. This was without question my favourite beach amongst a holiday of many favourites. If you are in the area you must go.

Hemingway - cocktail bar

by jacob_m

My favourite bar in Dubrovnik was the Hemingway bar in the old town, close to the cathedral.
It's a cocktail bar serving all types of cocktails to a reasonable price. When most cocktails are very expensive in western-European countries this is a great opportunity to try some of those famous ones and some others when you can afford them.
Most people buy the drinks and sit down on the stairs leading to the cathedral, very nice!
I think there is a Hemingway-bar in most croatian cities.

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