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Bus or car from Dubrovnik to Split

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In September of 2016 we will probably be traveling from Dubrovnik to Split. Is the view on the coast road worth sticking to the coast as opposed to taking the A1 highway?

If I take a bus it appears to take four and a half hours via the coast. On a bus, I wouldn't have to keep my eye on the road. Has anyone taken the bus and how is it versus driving?

Any suggestions on bus companies?

I will only need a car in Dubrovnik if I want to go to Kotor but I can rent a car for a day to do that. I will need a car to get from Split to Plitvice Lakes and on to Zagreb but I can rent a car for a day to do that.

The buscroatia website lists Autotrans d.o.o. at 99 to 99 113 HRK but does not sell tickets for this line. But on the Autotrans website it shows as 99 Euro on selected trips on this route!

Buscroatia also lists Promet Katarska at 120 HRK. Guess it would be good to get the tickets well in advance even for mid to late September.

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