Despite the fact that Dubrovnik region offers so many attractions and interesting places to visit, it can be hard to schedule your day relying on suburban public transport, especially if heading north.

Unfortunately, financing suburban public transport is becoming a bigger problem each year due to higher expenses, different demands and mostly because of so many places worth visiting.

An exepction is the connection between Dubrovnik and Cavtat (including the small seaside townships Srebreno, Mlini and Plat along the way). A one way bus ticket to Cavtat is 4 Euro.

There is a bus from Gruž main bus terminal every 30 minutes from 5:00 AM until midnight. It is line number 10 and the ticket costs 4 Euro.

Tickets for suburban buses can only be bought in the bus when you enter. They all leave from the Gruž main bus terminal - some do stop in town and at Old Town Dubrovnik (Pile gate), but to be sure you'll catch it, go to the main bus terminal.

Dubrovnik Suburban bus

Many choose to purchase the Dubrovnik Card, you get a bus card which is valid for use of public transport throughout the entire City of Dubrovnik, at the same time saving up to 50% and get free entrance to Dubrovnik City Walls, museums and galleries.

Dubrovnik Suburban Bus timetable and map - EAST

Suburban Bus timetable - East (Pdf)

Dubrovnik Suburban Bus timetable and map - WEST

Suburban Bus timetable - West (Pdf)

Data © Libertas Dubrovnik d.o.o.

If you have planned roaming around the area for the day, consider renting a car to explore Dubrovnik Riviera. There are numerous amazing destinations along Dubrovnik Riviera.

Dubrovačko primorje - one way bus ticket prices to Ston and Slano

Type of bus ticket Price
One way bus ticket to Ston 6,40 EUR
One way bus ticket to Slano 3,70 EUR

For intercity and international buses: Buy your bus ticket online

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