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Zagreb to Vienna

My daughter and son-in-law need to get from Zagreb to Vienna in early June, I booked them on AA from Fla to Croatia a few months ago to visit his homeland, and shortly after booking the partner airline that was to get them into Zag on the final leg of the trip went out of business, and Vienna was as far as AA could get them. They let me use my United points to get them on into Zag on Croatia Air but now refuse to take any more points from me to get back to V for the return home. They have looked at the train but it is so expensive for them and takes soo long. Has anyone used the bus? It really looks like a good deal and faster than the train. Is it a scenic, comfortable, dependable trip?

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