Traveling by bus around Poland has many advantages - buses will often get you where it would be difficult to get to by plane or train. It’s an opportunity to discover the country, the towns and the villages - at least through the window - and it also allows you to move around with larger luggage.
There are no difficulties of getting to Poland using international coach lines. Large cities (such as Warsaw, Krakow, Poznan, Gdansk and others) are situated on European routes with many connections.
You can get to Poland by bus either directly or you can choose an interesting option with changes in different cities on your route. The multiplicity of choices is as wide as the number of services and covers both the choice of convenient travel options and the variety of ticket prices.Many transport services offer stops in smaller Polish towns.
Bus connections with Poland have been established with many countries: Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Greece, Spain, Holland, Ireland, Lithuania, Morocco, Germany, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, Ukraine, Great Britain and Italy. As you can see the choice is vast.