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London to Warsaw Bus Information

Avg. Bus Duration28h 0m
Bus arrives inWarsaw
Buses depart fromLondon
Coach Ticket Price£ 79.86
Distance1448 km
Bus Companies
  • Agat
  • Autokar Polska
  • Eurolines Polska

Buses from London to Warsaw: Journey Details

Buses between London and Warsaw are operated by Sindbad and Agat, which run a direct service between both capitals. The bus journey takes approximately 23 hours and includes stops in Maidstone, Dover, and various Polish towns. Sindbad runs a bus every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, which departs in the mid-afternoon. Agat buses depart London in the morning on Monday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday. Buses departing in the afternoon arrive in Warsaw the following day in the mid-afternoon, and morning buses arrive the following day around noon.

Return journeys on buses from Warsaw to London are also available.



Local Time 02:48
Polish Zloty
Population 1,700,000
Languages Polish

How expensive is Warsaw?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Warsaw costs 64.4% less than in London.


Prices in Warsaw are on average 58% lower than in London.

Public Transport

Public transport in Warsaw costs around 70.1% less than in London.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Warsaw is about 66.4% less expensive than in London.

Taking the Bus from London

Sindbad buses from London to Warsaw depart from Victoria Coach Station​ and Agat buses leave from the adjacent Victoria Green Line station. Both stations are located in central London and are served by train services to Gatwick airport (departing every 15 minutes and taking 35 minutes to complete the trip). London underground services (Victoria line) link both stations with the rest of the city every 3 minutes from the early morning until midnight. When it gets late, there is also the extensive night bus network which runs all night until daytime services resume.

Getting into Warsaw by Bus

Warsaw is a bustling city where the traditional and the modern exist side by side, creating a unique and appealing atmosphere that makes it one of the top travel destinations in Eastern Europe.

Buses to Warsaw terminate at Zachodnia bus station, which is next to a major train station where frequent commuter services depart for other parts of the city, including Ochota, Kasprzaka, and Warsaw-Chopin airport. City buses 517, 127, and 130 go to the city centre and the trip takes 10-20 minutes depending on traffic. Buses start running in the early morning and stop before midnight. There are four buses per hour at peak times and 2-3 services per hour during the rest of the day. Night buses N35 and N85 go to the centre every half an hour starting just before midnight.

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