Your travelling comfort on this long intercity journey is our top priority. You’ll want to be at ease as much as possible during this 12-hour ride, which is exactly we’ve removed a row of seats from our buses to get extra legroom and offer free Wi-Fi and charging outlets to all our passengers. You can surf the internet or work on your laptop, take a nap, or look out the window and enjoy the breath-taking scenery.
The line offers 2 daily departures, with prices starting from 23.99 EUR.
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Services & stops
The route departs from Stuttgart Airport at 11:30 and 02:25 and takes approximately 12 hours and 15 minutes without breaks, but if the bus runs ahead of schedule and makes a few longer breaks, the trip will take 40 more minutes. The bus stops at the following stations: Ulm, Augsburg, Munich, Salzburg, Villach, Bled, Ljubljana, Bregana SI/HR (border crossing), and Zagreb.
Departing from Stuttgart
While waiting to depart to Zagreb, the Stuttgart airport bus station does not offer much to keep you occupied. So if you arrive early, you can keep yourself occupied at the nearby airport while waiting for your bus. At least you will be able to garb a coffee or something to eat at the airport terminal. You can get to the station by bus, taxi or on foot.
Arriving in Zagreb
The Zagreb Bus Station is located in the centre of the city, and it’s surrounded with cafés and shops on all sides.
You can get to your accommodation place or explore Zagreb by public transportation, by taxi, or you can rent a bike or a car.
More information about the Zagreb Bus Station.