Between Podgorica and Skopje we found up to 1 bus departure, including 1 night bus. The earliest departure from Podgorica is at 20:05 arriving to Skopje at 05:15. The latest departure is at 20:05 arriving at 05:15. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 25 € to 25 €.
The shortest travel distance between Podgorica (ME) and Skopje (MK) is 354 km. The fastest bus which departs at 20:05 has a travel time of 09:10h. The longest travel time on the route is 09:10h. Some of the busses going from Podgorica to Skopje have stops in Bozaj, Hani Hotit, Morine and Vermice. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.
Overnight bus Podgorica to Skopje
If you want to travel overnight, there is 1 night bus from Podgorica to Skopje. The overnight buses depart between 20:05 and 20:05 and arrive between 05:15 and 05:15 in the morning.
In total the bus route between Podgorica and Skopje has been rated 10 times.
Departure and arrival station(s)
You can see information about the departure station and stops Podgorica here
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Skopje here
Ticket prices from Podgorica to Skopje
Cheapest single adult ticket: 25 €
Return adult ticket price from: 42 € (25 + 17)
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Trip reviews from Podgorica to Skopje
“It was a night bus, but not the smoothest!”
By John 25.10.2019. 13:28
Value for money
Good service,bang on time ,nice to know we'd got a guaranteed seat
Having to get ticket printed, having to pay all the extras! Pay to get onto bus station, pay for luggage in hold, pay for wc, pay to have ticket printed. I think it would be better to buy the ticket at this station in this case at this time of year
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By Julie 27.08.2019. 16:19
Value for money
- The driver was suprisingly good. However, he did not speak english, but he had an assistent with him who translated, gathered our passports etc. This was working well.
- The time table was way off. The bus was one hour late when arriving Podgorica station. There were many breaks during the trip, which is fine. But I don't think it is taken into account in the time table. Also the border controls took a long time. We should have arrived Skopje 2.30, but we arrived 6.00. - The driver was stopped by the police in Macedonia for not having his seatbelt on.