Bus from Ljubljana to Monopoli and return

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Finding the right coach from Ljubljana to Monopoli or the other way around is not difficult. Thanks to our search engine, you'll be able to find the offer that suits you the best. The route of your choice is operated by the coach company . If you're in a rush, simply pick the quickest bus. If you want to save even more money, go for the most inexpensive option. Our recommendation: Make sure to check prices for different dates. The choice is yours: Simply click "Find Now" to see all available connections and take your pick!

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If you want to go away but don’t know how, we would highly recommend checking the bus timetables. Taking the bus is not only an environmentally friendly option, it’s also quite affordable and as comfortable and convenient as taking a train or plane. Over the past few years, intercity bus providers have really gone the extra mile by offering top-notch on-board features ranging from USB ports over entertainment systems to wireless internet for free. On CheckMyBus you can easily find out which operators offer which services. Also make sure to check the individual luggage allowances: Most providers operating the route Ljubljana - Monopoli allow you to take handluggage and one normal size suitcase on board for free. Additional or oversize luggage can usually be added for some extra pounds. Do you have all the information you need for a successful journey from Monopoli to Ljubljana? Take a look at the exact location of the coach stops in both cities, check departure times and find the perfect ride. One last piece of advice: Browse our site for the latest deals. After all, everybody likes a good bargain, right?