Between Zagreb and Zenica we found up to 4 bus departures, including 1 night bus. The earliest departure from Zagreb is at 09:00 arriving to Zenica at 14:45. The latest departure is at 18:50 arriving at 01:15. Prices for a one way adult ticket range from 21 € to 23 €.
The shortest travel distance between Zagreb (HR) and Zenica (BA) is 336 km. The fastest bus which departs at 12:00 has a travel time of 05:15h. The longest travel time on the route is 06:25h. Some of the busses going from Zagreb to Zenica have stops in Slavonski Brod, Doboj, Brod and Derventa. Specific information about each route can be found by clicking the route in the search results.
Overnight bus Zagreb to Zenica
If you want to travel overnight, there is 1 night bus from Zagreb to Zenica. The overnight buses depart between 18:50 and 18:50 and arrive between 01:15 and 01:15 in the morning.
Bus departures on this route are operated by the following bus companies:
In total the bus route between Zagreb and Zenica has been rated 5 times.
Departure and arrival station
You can see information about the departure station and stops Zagreb here
You can see information about the arrival station and stops Zenica here
Summary of the ticket price from Zagreb to Zenica
Cheapest single adult ticket:
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30 € (21 + 9)
Cheapest single child ticket:
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13 € (11 + 2)
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Reviews from Zagreb to Zenica
“Sve je OK, u granicama udobnosti, sem ćistoće.”
By Jadranko 23.10.2019. 22:54
Value for money
Osoblje, vozač, je odlično.
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By Martin 25.04.2016. 17:31
Value for money
After the initial confusion regarding my ticket, the driver was very helpful
There was some confusion regarding my 'Print at Home Ticket'. Firstly, the bus was operated by a different company than Pepeks as quoted on my booking. When I asked the driver if I had the correct bus, he indicated that I had (he didn't speak English, and I know even less Bosnian). However, he made it understood that he was asking for my ticket. I tried to point out that the 2 sheets of paper were my ticket (my copy & drivers copy) but he was looking for an official 'bus ticket'. Luckily another passenger spoke some English and between him and the ticket office, the confusion was resolved. This issue is not really a "Dislike" more of a point which maybe could be investigated to avoid confusion in future. I obviously understand that I shouldn't expect the driver to speak English. That's a problem that I should be able to cover, not the driver.