Yellow buses will travel between Bratislava and Croatia in the summer

The connection is planned for two days a week during the summer holiday.

(Source: Gabriel Kuchta, Sme)

Private carrier RegioJet will run a summer route from Bratislava to Split in Croatia, with stops at other destinations on the Adriatic Coast, between May 31 and September 5 .

There will be one connection per week from the beginning of the season but that will double after the start of the summer holidays. Buses will stop in Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd, Pakostane, Vodice, Sibenik, Primosten and Trogir as well as Split.

“RegioJet is setting the timetable to meet the needs of Slovak holidaymakers and travel agencies that organise visits for Slovak clients on the Croatian coast,” said Aleš Ondrůj, spokesperson for RegioJet, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

Evening departure

Buses will depart from Bratislava every Friday and Tuesday, leaving at 21:00. They will reach Croatia the next morning, with the arrival at Split scheduled for 9:30.

Returning from Split, the buses will leave on Saturday and Wednesday at 20:30, picking up tourists from other destinations, and should reach Bratislava at 9:00.

The schedule follows the dates of changing holiday times and thanks to the evening departures, vacationers may stay at the resort for the whole of their last day.

Croatia is among the most favourite Slovak summer holiday destinations. RegioJet is ready to dispatch two buses for one connection, if the interest is high.

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