Bus tickets to Warsaw.
Booking tickets for a flight to Europe you are interested in is a unique opportunity, allowing you to book a seat on the bus with a subsequent payment, which can be made within two days. A preliminary order for a ticket to Warsaw takes place by filling in a special form – booking sheet, after which an email with the specified unique number comes to the e-mail address, where payment is made in any place convenient for you: the office of the company, the bank terminal or the ticket office of the travel agency. In the event that, at the end of the allotted time, the order payment is not executed, no penalty payments from the client will be required. Sometimes it is possible to extend the reservation, but the service is not available, if there are less than a day left before departure to Warsaw. Bookings for buses to Poland are accepted round the clock in automatic mode.
Sale of bus tickets to Warsaw.
Buy tickets for the international bus to Warsaw from Kiev directly on the site – it’s an easy and convenient way, filling out the ticket booking form and paying for the bus order with a credit card, complete a full travel document. If you do not have a credit card or access to the Internet, you can come to the office and pay in cash.
The price of a bus ticket to Warsaw from Ukraine allows you to save considerably on travel, but if you buy a ticket in advance and through the Internet, then cheap tickets for buses to Warsaw will be even cheaper if you use our discount system.
International buses to Warsaw from Ukraine.
International buses arriving in Warsaw on the route Kiev-Warsaw, Lviv-Warsaw, Berezhany-Warsaw, Vinnytsia-Warsaw, Valley-Warsaw, Zhitomir-Warsaw, Kamyanets-Podolsky-Warsaw, Kovel-Warsaw, Kolomiya-Warsaw, Lutsk-Warsaw, Rivne-Warsaw, Ternopil-Warsaw. The schedule and route of all international buses to Warsaw can be viewed on the website, as well as find out the time on the way, availability and price of a ticket for international buses to Warsaw.
International bus routes to Warsaw from Ukraine are carried out regularly. The length of the trip depends on the distance between the city of departure and Warsaw, but its quality meets the European standards of passenger traffic. All buses operating international flights have independent suspension and smooth running, are equipped with comfortable seats with reclining back, air conditioning, video and audio systems, toilet, coffee maker, refrigerator.
International buses to Warsaw from Kiev.
Departing from the bus station of Kiev by buses of European level, passengers will pass through the cities of Zhitomir, Rivne, Lutsk, Kovel and arrive at one of the railway stations in Warsaw.
This international bus route will allow you to travel the distance between the two capitals quickly and comfortably. The passengers are provided with comfortable seats, TV, toilet, kettle, air conditioning. A little more than 10 hours of travel will pass unnoticed on the roads of the European class.
Transport of Warsaw.
Today it is easy to get to Warsaw. The capital of Poland is a major transport hub in which there is an airport named Frederic Chopin, 4 railway stations and 4 bus stations: Semi-Dneve (South), Marymont, Warsaw Zakhodnya (Western) and Warsaw Stadion.
Bus stations in Warsaw.
Warsaw has four bus stations, from which you can make a trip in any direction you need. The largest and the main bus station is Warsaw-Zahodnia, which is located in the western part of the city. It serves international buses and domestic flights of the northern, southern and western directions. Not far from the Western Bus Station of Warsaw is the railway station – Western.
Bus station Warsaw The stadium is located in the eastern part of the city, from it buses of the eastern direction of both intercity and international routes depart.
The city’s bus stations are comfortable and well equipped. In each there are reference services, press kiosks, a cafe, exchange offices. On the light boards you can find out the regularity of buses in different directions, the cost of tickets, travel time. Both domestic and international flights are operated by comfortable buses.
To find out information about the existing international bus services to Warsaw, the route and the city on this route, the time of departure and arrival, the number of stops to be made, the availability and more can be found on the website. If you do not have access to the Internet or have difficulties using our site, please contact technical support, which works from 9:00 to 18:00 on working days.
Railway stations in Warsaw.
In Warsaw there are several railway stations: Warsaw Zakhodnya (Western), Warsaw Central (Central), Warsaw Vschodnia (Vostochny). If you need to get to the right-bank (eastern) part of Warsaw, Warsaw Voskhodnya is more convenient for transplanting to the bus. at the station Warsaw Zakhodnya.Vyzaly Midsummer, Vyshodnya, and Zakhodnya, Vilenska and Warsaw Gdansk serve a suburban communication.
In the building of the stations there is everything you need: ATMs, cafes, snack bars, post office, press, kiosks, where they sell tickets for public transport, information office, luggage storage, Internet cafes and shops.
From Warsaw to other Polish cities in the daytime comfortable express trains leave.
Tickets for trains can be bought directly at the ticket offices or at the conductor in the train (immediately after boarding) for an additional fee.
Airports in Warsaw.
There are two airports in Warsaw. Kiev-Warsaw flights are sold on the site. The largest – the Warsaw International Airport. Frederic Chopin (Port Lotniczy im. Fryderyka Chopina), it is located 10 km. from the capital in the Okecie district, which can be reached by buses that depart from early morning until late evening, connecting the airport with the city center, the Central Station, etc. You can buy a ticket to Warsaw on the website.
The second is Warsaw-Modlin International Airport, it began its work in 2012 with the opening of the “EURO 2012” and became the main airfield for low-cost air carriers, including from Ukraine.
Warsaw International Airport Chopin is built 10 km from the center of the capital. Next to it there is an airport of domestic airlines. In the terminal of the main airport there is a information desk. Here you can buy a map of the city, get information about car reservations, rooms or museum hours. At the airport there are 24-hour currency exchange offices, a cafe, ATMs, several car rental offices and a luggage room. Tickets for public transport can be bought from 5.00 to 22.00 in the office of Ruch.
On the top floor of the terminal is the hall of international departures, post office, bank, airline counters.
You can get to the airport from the city by bus “Polish Express”, they leave from the central railway station. Tickets can be bought at their office in front of the stop.
Public transport in Warsaw.
Warsaw public transport – there are numerous buses, trams, one metro line. Buses, all without exception, are sent on schedule, at each stop there is a schedule of routes, and also indicates whether a particular bus is ordinary or has facilities for carrying disabled people.
Tickets for the bus can be bought at the kiosks or from the driver, but for this, prepare a trifle. For each type of transport tickets do not differ, in Warsaw they are universal, but the punch is different everywhere. There are single tickets for 40- and 20-minute trips. There are also daily allowances, valid 24 hours from the time of the first composting, and thrifty three days.
It is convenient to go to the center of the city, in particular to the central Warsaw station “Warsaw Central”, by bus number 175, to the right-bank (eastern) part of Warsaw (Prague, Grochow, Gotslav) by bus No. 188.
The underground in Warsaw works round the clock.
Sights of Warsaw.
The river Vistula, flowing from north to south, divides the capital of Poland into two parts – left-bank and right-bank. On the left bank is the old city, most of the attractions, shops, restaurants and hotels. On the right bank, residential areas rose.
Between Old Town and Novy the part of a city wall which once surrounded the Old city – Barbakan – this defensive construction was constructed in 1598 was saved.
In the capital of Poland, you should visit the Royal Castle, Warsaw’s Alexandrovsky citadel, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the square of Marshal Jozef Pilsudski. The palaces of Warsaw are interesting: Wilanowki, the palace, the Presidential, Ujazdowski castle, the Lazenkovsky palace.
In Warsaw, the Royal Lazienki, the Vilanov Museum, the Royal Castle, the National and Historical Museums, the Pan Land Museum, the Museum of the Polish Army are popular.
To inspect all attractions there are special bus routes. On unusual performances invites the Theater on the Island.
In addition to excellent museums and historic buildings, Warsaw is attractive for cozy cafes, the picturesque Vistula waterfront, airy architecture.
In Warsaw, will find where to have dinner even the most fastidious gourmet. Here you can find a cafe or a restaurant for every taste with all the cuisines of the world, because in Warsaw there are more than six hundred. Prices can vary greatly, but finding a restaurant by your wallet is not difficult.
Try the national cuisine. The menu includes dishes that used to be served only in aristocratic houses. Very popular local cuisine, based on the use of inexpensive components.
From drinks, vodka prepared according to an ancient recipe and honey, a truly Polish drink, is especially good. The most delicious of them is amber, in it half of the water contains one part of honey. To try different honey, go to miodosytnia, for example in “Paseka”.
Beer is very popular, which is served in beer halls and summer gardens along the Vistula. Wine is not produced in Poland, but people like to drink.
On the streets of Warsaw, there are many cafes and bars, where casseroles and other simple dishes are served. Most catering establishments are concentrated in the city center. Very popular stylish cafe Blikle and Wedel.
In Warsaw, for the most part, on its outskirts, there are large shopping centers where you can spend the whole day – there are not only shops, but also catering establishments, entertainment centers, etc. Some of our fellow citizens buy tickets for international buses to Poland in order to make purchases.
& quot; Arcadia & quot; – the largest shopping center in the whole of Eastern Europe, it is located in Rondo Radoslawa (Babka). It includes about 200 shops, 30 restaurants and eateries on an area of 287 sq.m. In addition to typical fast food, there is also a brewery (Bierhalle), where you can taste excellent weizen beer, Hana Sushi (sushi khan).
Shopping Center & quot; Blue City & quot; – it’s about 200 stores, including unique, several dozen food outlets, a medical center, a giant gaming and entertainment center “Magic City”. – it has entertainment for children, teenagers and a nightclub for adults, and also “Kamuflage Skatepark” – year-round skatepark with all kinds of obstacles.
& quot; Outlet Factory markowa moda & quot; is located in the south-western part of Warsaw. There are 80 points of Polish and international brands on 13,500 sq.m of retail space, such as Adidas, Puma, Nike, Reserved, Mango, Benetton, Calvin Klein, Lancerto, Levi Strauss & amp; Co., Pepe Jeans, Nine West Tommy Hilfiger, Simple, Venezia, Umbro, Maraca kids, Kappa, Gino Rossi, Frango Feruzzi, Ecco.
& quot; Fashion House Outlet Center & quot; – the largest outlet in Poland. It is located 3 km south of Warsaw. It has about 100 stores: women’s and men’s clothing, shoes, children’s goods, sports goods, haberdashery, linen, household goods. Here you will find many shops of famous brands with discounts from 30 to 70%.