Between Munich and Karlovac we found up to 3 bus departures, including 2 night buses. The earliest departure from Munich is at 15:30 arriving to Karlovac at 23:25. The latest departure is at 19:30 arriving at 04:30. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 40 € to 55 €.
Most popular departures between Munich and Karlovac
The shortest travel distance between Munich (DE) and Karlovac (HR) is 585 km. The fastest bus which departs at 15:30 has a travel time of 07:55h. The longest travel time on the route is 09:00h. Some of the busses going from Munich to Karlovac have stops in Zagreb, Holzkirchen and Samobor. Depending on the selected departure, the following amenities are available: Aircondition, WiFi and Power sockets. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.
Overnight bus Munich to Karlovac
If you want to travel overnight, there are 2 night buses from Munich to Karlovac. The overnight buses depart between 18:00 and 19:30 and arrive between 02:00 and 04:30 in the morning.
Bus departures on this route are operated by the following bus companies:
In total the bus route between Munich and Karlovac has been rated 2 times.
Departure and arrival station
You can see information about the departure station and stops Munich here
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Karlovac here
Summary of the ticket price from Munich to Karlovac
Cheapest single adult ticket:
Return adult ticket price from:
70 € (40 + 30)
Cheapest single child ticket:
Return child ticket price from:
16 € (8 + 8)
Cheapest single student ticket:
Return student ticket price from:
70 € (40 + 30)
Cheapest single pensioner ticket:
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Reviews from Munich to Karlovac
“Very uncomfortable bus ride.”
By Anonymous 12.08.2018. 23:16
Value for money
The only thing which I liked is that bus was going to my destination.
Rude person going through bus and telling people where to sit and constantly going up and down the bus selling drinks and leaning on people along the way. Not once or twice, all the time. Maybe someone more lean and fit should do that, someone who can actually pass through without touching passengers. Seats were not much comfortable and it was not possible to charge phone, no WiFi available through most of the trip. Some passengers were forgotten at Slovenian border and bus had to go back to pick them up.