Wroclaw is a convenient departure point and destination for tourists travelling by bus. The dense network of connections from bus stations in Wroclaw guarantees efficient access to many places in Lower Silesia, other regions of Poland and the most popular foreign destinations.
Buses run from (and to) Wroclaw to cities in Lower Silesia, other metropolises and popular tourist destinations on the Baltic Sea, in the Karkonosze Mountains, etc.
The capital of Lower Silesia has a rich network of bus routes, e.g., to Warsaw and Kraków, the closest capitals of Europe – Prague and Berlin, and cities in other parts of Europe.
Commuter and international transport service
Buses and minibuses departing from Wroclaw have three bases (located within a radius of 200 m from one another), two of which – in the basement of the Wroclavia mall and in the temporary bus station at ul. Sucha – serve major domestic and international transport routes.
Buses departing from there travel to Great Britain, Germany, Czech Republic, Austria, Italy, France, Scandinavia, Spain, Ukraine, etc.
International routes are operated, among others, by the following carriers:
- Eskana Bus
- Nord Gdynia
- Polonia Transport
Buses to destinations near Wroclaw depart from stops at ul. Dawida.
Timetable of PKS bus departures from Wroclaw
24 h information service about the timetable: 703 400 444 (a call costs 2.58 PLN/min.)
You can get to the Bus Station by public transport
- bus stops near the Bus Station (ul. Borowska and ul. Ślężna) bus lines 112, 113, 145, 146, fast bus line K, night bus lines 241, 243, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 251, 253, 255,
- tram stops near the Bus Station (ul. Borowska-Ślężna) tram lines 8, 9, 15, 31, 32.