Between Brcko and Zagreb we found up to 4 bus departures, including 1 night bus. The earliest departure from Brcko is at 08:30 arriving to Zagreb at 12:15. The latest departure is at 20:15 arriving at 00:15. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 22 € to 31 €.
The shortest travel distance between Brcko (BA) and Zagreb (HR) is 280 km. The fastest bus which departs at 08:30 has a travel time of 03:45h. The longest travel time on the route is 05:15h. Some of the busses going from Brcko to Zagreb have stops in Slavonski Brod, Orasje, Zupanja and Loncari. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.
Overnight bus Brcko to Zagreb
If you want to travel overnight, there is 1 night bus from Brcko to Zagreb. The overnight buses depart between 20:15 and 20:15 and arrive between 00:15 and 00:15 in the morning.
In total the bus route between Brcko and Zagreb has been rated 6 times.
Departure and arrival station(s)
You can see information about the departure station and stops Brcko here
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Zagreb here
Ticket prices from Brcko to Zagreb
Cheapest single adult ticket: 22 €
Return adult ticket price from: 33 € (22 + 11)
Cheapest single child ticket: 4 €
Return child ticket price from: 6 € (4 + 2)
Cheapest single student ticket: N/A
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Cheapest single pensioner ticket: N/A
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Trip reviews from Brcko to Zagreb
“Everything was perfect”
By Lenka 19.11.2019. 11:03
Value for money
Bus was excellent. Very comfortable.
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By Anonymous 15.02.2019. 12:18
Value for money
I got to Zagreb in one piece.
The bus was basically a sauna. Driver's excuse was that "the air condition broke" so it was set to the maximum temperature of some 30°C. Driver was driving recklessly, and although I understand that he is a professional, that ain't no excuse for him to break the basic traffic rules. He commented that I wouldn't stop talking (I had my friend with me and we were having a normal chat throughout the trip). The music played in the bus during the entire trip was almost exclusively Balkans folk music (doesn't bother me, but a lot of people can't stand rural accordion tones for 4.5 hours).