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Kotor to Makarska

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Between Kotor and Makarska we found up to 1 bus departure. The earliest departure from Kotor is at 07:10 arriving to Makarska at 12:35. The latest departure is at 07:10 arriving at 12:35. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 30 € to 30 €.


Traveling by bus from Kotor to Makarska

The shortest travel distance between Kotor (ME) and Makarska (HR) is 274 km. The fastest bus which departs at 07:10 has a travel time of 05:25h. The longest travel time on the route is 05:25h. Some of the busses going from Kotor to Makarska have stops in Herceg Novi, Dubrovnik, Zaton Doli and Neum. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.

Bus companies from Kotor to Makarska

In total the bus route between Kotor and Makarska has been rated 1 times.

Departure and arrival station(s)

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You can see information about the departure station and stops Kotor here

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You can see information about the arrival station and stops Makarska here

Ticket prices from Kotor to Makarska

Cheapest single adult ticket: 30 €
Return adult ticket price from: 48 € (30 + 18)
Cheapest single child ticket: 15 €
Return child ticket price from: 24 € (15 + 9)
Cheapest single student ticket: 27 €
Return student ticket price from: 43 € (27 + 16)
Cheapest single pensioner ticket: N/A
Return pensioner ticket price from: N/A

Trip reviews from Kotor to Makarska

“Good journey but confusing at country borders”
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By Maxine 15.07.2016. 14:20
Value for money
Comfortable ride
The journey was smooth and simple, the seats were comfortable, and we felt safe.
Absolutely no explanation/communication at passport control. At one point, our passports were collected and taken to be checked, then passed back down through the seats where we just had to grab our own (no security whatsoever - and I think the driver just couldn't be bothered walking all the way to the back of the bus). At another, a few people realised we had to get off the bus to have our passports manually stamped, but the drivers said nothing - they just looked at us as though we were all expected to understand what we were meant to do. We knew there would be passport control but the lack of communication was terrible. Also, the journey took an hour longer than it was meant to due to delays at passport control and the drivers' 20 minute rest stop at Bosnia-Herzegovina. That is fine, we didn't mind stopping and of course you should expect delays, but it would have been nice to be forewarned, especially as we (and I'm guessing most others) had people waiting for us in Makarska.
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