Bus from Split to Banja Luka

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Split to Banja Luka buses

Split to Banja Luka bus map

Departure: Split, Croatia
Arrival: Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Distance: 153 kilometers
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For the trip between Split and Banja Luka, between and , between Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina, the distance traveled is 152.947 kilometers.

The bus is the most ecologically-friendly means of land transportation for this trip but not the fastest. Indeed, the trip will be longer compared to taking a plane or train.

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Tips and tricks for traveling by bus

  • In Europe, the most popular bus companies have WiFi and power outlets. Smartphones, tablets, and laptops are welcome on board!
  • In France, you can take a “Disco Bus” to keep going ‘til the sun comes up! After first appearing in Paris in 2008, buses are available for privatization for parties onboard, becoming actual dance floors.
  • Some operators in Europe offer food and drink service on board and sometimes even have coffee. You might ask yourself “Am I on a plane?”
  • 30, the average number of travelers that can be accommodated by a bus in Europe, meaning that a bus can take the place of a minimum of 30 cars on the road.
  • Did you know? German bus companies give their passengers tastings of regional beer during their trip! Cheers!