By the way, the increase in the number of tourists arriving from abroad by FlixBus buses, from season to season, grew by up to 80% according to certain destinations. The FlixBus green bus network extends to 29 European countries and connects 2000 destinations with 350.000 daily lines. RanjemThe opening of the first lines clearly showed us the great demand and need for passenger migration within Croatia. Consequently, it was decided to take bus lines to the extreme south of Croatia˝ said Ante Grbeša, director of FlixBus CEE South region. From 28 May, the connection of the southern part of Croatia continues, ie green buses will be able to travel all the way to Omis, Makarska, Ploče, Opuzen, Metković and Dubrovnik. After the relaxation of security measures of the Civil Protection Headquarters of the Republic of Croatia and the adoption of new measures and instructions on behavior in public inter-county passenger transport, FlixBus returned to the roads on 11 May 5 and connected Zagreb and Varaždin with cities such as Zadar, Split and Trogir. “Bus transport of passengers even after the coronavirus situation should remain an important part of a sustainable and affordable way of traveling. The permitted capacity on existing FlixBus bus lines is mostly full. We expect further easing of the measures of the Civil Protection Headquarters in order to continue with unhindered traffic throughout Croatia and enable passengers to realize their planned tourist or business trips.˝ Grbeša added.