Dubrovnik to Cavtat Bus No. 10: Stops, Timetable, Cost & More
Are you planning a trip from Dubrovnik to Cavtat in Croatia? Or, perhaps staying in the quiant charming Cavtat and want to go spend a day in Dubrovnik? If so, you may need to know how to take the Bus No. 10.
Along the way it The distance between these two is around 22 km. The approximate travel time with the bus from Dubrovnik to Cavtat is 35 to 40 minutes.
What stops does the bus make along the way?
If you’re taking the Dubrovnik to Cavtat bus No. 10, you’ll want to know that there are several stops along the way. This bus line stops at Port Gruž ferry, Grawe station, Cable Car station while going through Dubrovnik. These are the main ones but there are other stops between them.
After exiting Dubrovnik, the bus heads to Cavtat. Between Dubrovnik and Cavtat is Župa Dubrovačka, also called Dubrovnik Riviera.
It's a group of tiny enchanting settlements along the coast. The bus stops at these settlements. Places like Čibača, Srebreno, Kupari, Mlini, Soline and Plat.
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As you can see the bus No. 10 runs atleast every hour. Sometimes with another departure between. The departure times are often so you’ll have plenty of opportunities to catch the bus.
The bus first departs from Dubrovnik at 5am and runs through the day until midnight.
Tips: Remember to check the official site for possible changes to the timetable, but generally, you can always count on the bus running every hour.
How much does the bus cost?
One of the most important things to consider when budgeting your is taking account of cost of bus tickets. A single Bus number 10 ticket costs 4€ per person. It is valid for that one ride.
Cavtat to Dubrovnik bus alternatives?
When planning a visit to the area, there are a few alternatives to the Dubrovnik to Cavtat bus for transportation.
Tips: Taxis are available and are often the most convenient option for visitors. However, that option is the priciest as it can be as high as €40. Some visitors also prefer to rent a car and explore the area on their own. I recommend taking the ferry if you are okay with the longer ride and aren't afraid if the sea gets choppy.
But the most common alternative to taking the bus is Dubrovnik to Cavtat Ferry line. It is a more scenic ride, albeit a bit longer and twice the price (€8 for a one-way ticket). The ferry line is also suscept to weather conditions, unlike the bus line.
Where to get the bus from Dubrovnik for the bus 10 to Cavtat when in Old Town?
If you are staying in or near Old town in Dubrovnik you can also pick up the number 10 towards Cavtat from outside the cable car station. But you can’t get off at the same stop on your way back. The bus goes on a different route back to main bus station since the road comming to the cable car station a one-way street.
Can you use the Dubrovnik pass/card for this route?
Unfortunatelly the bus tickets you get with the Dubrovnik Pass are not valid for bus rides outside of Dubrovnik. So no, you can't use the Dubrovnik Pass to get to Cavtat for free.
If I go from Cavtat to Dubrovnik by bus № 10 where do I get off the bus to get to Old town?
When arriving in Dubrovnik from Cavtat, the Libertas #10 bus will travel on the highway above the city.
Therefore, you will get off at the first stop when entering the city, located at Ilijina Glavica part of town. The bus station location is 100 meters after you turn right from the main Jadranska cesta road towards Dubrovnik center.
Just get off at the first stop after seeing Old Town from high above. This stop is where most tourists and many locals get off the bus and walk another 5-10 minutes down 176 steps to the Pile Gate.
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