I will be travelling from Morskoe (in Russia) to Nida (in Lithuania) on a weekend this July, certainly in high season. The bus I intend to take is route 384.

Is it necessary to book a ticket in advance, or I can get on it at the spot according to the timetable and pay cash to the bus driver? I can't enter Morskoe as the origin in the ticket booking website.

  • I have just found out I can book a ticket form the Lithuanian website autobusubilietai.lt/… , is it necessary to do so? – Michael Tsang Jul 6 '18 at 16:45
  • Can you please add the country or countries, I have tried to find information for you online but I did get a few options for cities with these names. – Willeke Jul 6 '18 at 17:41

It should be a 2x15 minutes ride so I assume you should be able to do that even if all seats are occuppied.

Then again, for 1 euro, why not just buy this ticket and forget? I mean, even if you waste one euro, is it worth to continue pondering?

  • I bought the bus ticket saying 18:40 and waited at the bus stop on the main road starting from 18:20, but the bus didn't appear and I ended in trouble. – Michael Tsang Jul 28 '18 at 20:45
  • @MichaelTsang sorry to hear that :( – alamar Jul 29 '18 at 20:15

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