Wien nach Pula

Wien nach Pula Pula nach Wien
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Zwischen Wien und Pula haben wir bis zu 2 tägliche Busverbindungen. Die früheste Abfahrt aus Wien ist um 08:15, die Ankunft in Pula ist um 20:15. Die späteste Abfahrt ist um 08:15, die Ankunft um 20:15. Die Preise für eine Einfahrtskarte für Erwachsene beträgt zwischen 47 € und 47 €.

Reisen mit dem Bus von Wien nach Pula

Die kürzeste Reisedistanz zwischen Wien (AT) und Pula (HR) beträgt 588 km. Der schnellste Bus, welcher um 08:15 fährt, hat eine Reisezeit von 12:00h, Die längste Reisezeit auf dieser Route beträgt 12:00h. Spezielle Informationen zur Route kann man finden in dem man auf die Route in den Suchresultaten klickt.


Busunternehmen aus Wien nach Pula

Nomago
7.9
Die Busroute zwischen Wien und Pula wurde insgesamt 33 Mal bewertet.

Abfahrts- und Ankunftsstation(en)

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  Wien

Hier können Sie Informationen zum Abfahrts- Busbahnhof und den Stops in Wien sehen

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  Pula

Hier können Sie Informationen zum Ankunfts- Busbahnhof und den Stops in Pula sehen


Ticketpreise von Wien nach Pula

Günstigste Einzelticket für Erwachsene: 47 €
Erwachsenen Rückfahrtticket Preis von: 94 € (47 + 47)
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Reiseberichte von Wien und Pula

5 Von Anonymous | December 12, 2017

Može bolje

Direktna linija i što se ne presijeda među busevima....Neki vozači su bezobrazni. Ne obavijesti se da postoji mogućnost kašnjenja 1-2 sata radi zastoja na graničnom prijelazu.
4.38 Von Anonymous | September 13, 2017

4 totally drunk young Irish lads

Free WIFI internet, but only in the big bus to Zagreb, the small bus did not have internet....Already in Vienna 4 totally drunk young Irish men boarded the bus. They were not neglected the ride because of their drunken condition. This was a mistake as they were bothering all other passengers with their smell. We had to wait with the bus for more than one hour at the border and were delayed over one hour. 8 passengers drove further to Rijeka, Pula and Rovinj. We had to change the bus before Zagreb. Close to Zagreb we were picked up by a small bus with only 8 seats + 1 driver. All seats were occupied with passengers, 4 of them were the group of drunk young men. We had to even stop because one of them got sick and had to throw up. As you can imagine this was a very unpleasant and claustrophobic ride. Also the air condition in the car did not work. The question is why the bus drivers did take the group of drunk men on board?!
6.25 Von Anonymous | July 23, 2017

Not ideal... but at some point you will arrive at your destination

...We had to switch buses in Zagreb which isn't told to you before booking. According to a friend who travels the route often this is normal. Final arrival time in Pula was 5pm a 12 hour drive!! I could have also taken a train... Which may have been more comfortable. The driver did not speak English or German. Only through a Austrian-Croatian on board could communication between driver and most of the travelers occur.

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