Portopulmonary hypertension (PPHTN) is a rare complication of liver cirrhosis. Prostanoids have been shown to be effective in the treatment of PPHTN and have been used as a bridge to orthotopic liver transplantation. However, inhibition of platelet aggregation might be a limitation of prostacyclin therapy in patients with end-stage liver disease having an increased risk of bleeding from esophageal varices. The effect of oral bosentan, a dual endothelin-receptor antagonist in the reversal of PPHTN, is still unclear. We report a case of PPHTN (mean pulmonary artery pressure [mPAP] of 51 mmHg) that was successfully switched from inhalative iloprost to oral bosentan therapy. Hemodynamic and symptomatic improvements were maintained after a 12-month long-term treatment with inhalative iloprost as well as after single oral bosentan therapy. This is the first reported case of a successful switch from therapy with an inhalative prostacyclin analogue to oral bosentan in a patient suffering from PPHTN. Thus, oral bosentan therapy might be a promising new option for patients suffering from PPHTN.