The FlixBus bus will run from Prague to Split for about 16 hours, prices start at 999 crowns.
The bus company FlixBus will launch a regular connection from Prague to Split on Thursday, June 24. Green buses will run to the Croatian city five times a week. During June, the company will also launch connections Prague – Krakow (June 24), Liberec – Berlin (June 17) and Wroclaw – Vienna (June 17).
The bus will leave Prague for Split every day from Wednesday to Sunday at 16:55. Along the way, it has stops in Vienna, Graz, Maribor, Zadar, Biograd na Moru, Vodice, Šibenik and Trogir. In Split, passengers disembark ten minutes after nine in the morning.
The return connection is available from Thursday to Monday with departure at 21:10 and to Prague at 13:45. From Split, FlixBus operates connections to other Croatian destinations. Once a day there is an early morning connection to the resort of Makarska, three times a day you can get to Dubrovnik with FlixBus.
The FlixBus bus will run from Prague to Split for about 16 hours, prices start at 999 crowns. The RegioJet train, which takes 21 hours to travel, also runs to Split, with prices starting at 890 crowns.
The FlixBusu Liberec-Berlin connection will run five times a week, and will also run to the new Berlin Flughafen Berlin Brandenburg Airport. The connection from Wrocław to Vienna will have a frequency four times a week, stopping in the Czech territory in Ostrava, Olomouc and Brno. “This route is a convenient connection for passengers to Vienna Airport,” said FlixBus spokeswoman Eva Krejčí. The Prague – Krakow route will be available four times a week.