On the Bus: Dubrovnik to Kotor

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September 13, 2013 11:12 pm

Because we’d heard Montenegro was a not-to-miss destination, we hopped on the bus from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Kotor, Montenegro to begin the next leg of our adventure.

We had set up a rental car, but after talking to our hostel in Dubrovnik (Villa Divine) we decided to forego the EUR$1600 rental car pick up and instead take the 10:30am bus to Kotor, where we could rent a car there for EUR$40 per day to later drive to Budva. (Taking a rental car over a federal line causes the difference in price.)

There are only 2 buses from Dubrovnik to Kotor per day—the other at 7pm—but you don’t need to buy tickets ahead of time in the off season. Bus tickets were HK$144; checking luggage was HK$8 per bag. Travel time is about 2 hours, depending on traffic… and bladders.

Since you’re traveling east, you’ll want to sit on the right side of the bus (when facing front) for the best view. Assigned seats mean nothing in eastern Europe, so ignore them. You don’t want to miss this…

On the Bus from Dubrovnik to Kotor

On the Bus from Dubrovnik to Kotor

On the Bus from Dubrovnik to Kotor

– Tara

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