Split to Rijeka
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Popular departures between Split and Rijeka
Traveling by bus from Split to RijekaThe shortest travel distance between Split (HR) and Rijeka (HR) is 414 km. The fastest bus which departs at 05:00 has a travel time of 07:20h. The longest travel time on the route is 07:30h. Some of the busses going from Split to Rijeka have stops in Trogir, Sibenik, Biograd na Moru and Zadar. 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.
Bus companies from Split to Rijeka
Departure and arrival station(s)
You can see information about the departure station and stops Split here
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Rijeka here
Ticket prices from Split to Rijeka
Cheapest single adult ticket: 31 €
Return adult ticket price from: 47 € (31 + 16)
Cheapest single child ticket: 16 €
Return child ticket price from: 29 € (16 + 13)
Cheapest single student ticket: 22 €
Return student ticket price from: 31 € (22 + 9)
Cheapest single pensioner ticket: 25 €
Return pensioner ticket price from: 38 € (25 + 13)
Trip reviews from Split to Rijeka
By Anonymous | February 14, 2021
Cijena prtljage varira?
Vozači su bili veoma pristojni i ljubazni. Krenuli smo i stigli na vrijeme, vožnja je bila iznimno ugodna i prvi put nisam imala mučninu tijekom vožnje nakon dugo vremena....Izuzetno često putujem s instrumentom i uvijek platim za spremanje dviju prtljagi (kofer + instrument), ali nikad mi se nije dogodilo da dobijem "posebnu" cijenu za instrument. Za kofer je cijena bila 10, a za instrument iz nekog razloga 20 kuna.
By Zoran | January 13, 2021
Vozači su vrlo profesionalni i ugodni....Samo putovanje je bilo bez zamjerki. Međutim, neshvatljivo je da nigdje na putu između Splita i Rijeke nije moguće otići na toalet, ni u Šibeniku, Zadru, ni svim drugim postajama gdje smo imali pauzu, a putovanje traje 8 sati.
By Marialyce | November 30, 2020
Please enforce mask-wearing rule
Smooth trip, safe driving, good social distancing. Had an amusing interaction with ticket-taker--it was the first day of lockdown in Croatia, so no restaurants were open. He and the bus driver did a great job of locating a stop at which both a small grocery store and bakery were open, enabling hungry bus passengers to get a bite to eat. I shared my cheese with the ticket-taker and he found it amusing that I bought a tiny bottle of Sljivovica plum brandy, to sip during the last part of the trip. He said, "It kills corona!"...A group of young kids (age 11-12) boarded the bus toward the end of the trip, and none had masks on. I had to shout out, "Please wear your masks," so they put them on after they reached their seats in the back, but one had not brought a mask and thus traveled 20 km or more without containing his micro-droplets and protecting other bus passengers. The ticket-taker was not helpful in enforcing the countrywide mask-wearing rule, which is concerning because we know asymptomatic kids are a source of viral spread, and enclosed buses are a dangerous environment for avoiding airborne virus.