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There are twenty daily buses from Warsaw to Brest. The shortest travel distance between Warsaw and Brest is around 205 km. The average journey time is around five hours. The buses cross the national border between Poland and Belarus.
The price for a single bus ticket is 15€ on average. The easiest way to buy a cheap bus ticket is to opt for advance booking, as early as possible..
The main bus terminal in Warsaw is Dworzec Autobusowy Warszawa Zachodnia at Aleje Jerozolimskie 144. You will find the train station and the bus terminal in the western part of Warsaw Greater City Center. It is located right next to the convergence of three large streets: Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia, Aleje Jerozolimskie and Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920r.
Warsaw inner city is merely 3 km from the bus terminal and there are regular public transit options. You will find buses to Brest on this terminal which will drop you off at the Central Bus station at Ordzhonikidze street 12.
The other bus stops and terminals in Warsaw are: - Bus stop at Kijowska 40 - Bus terminal at Lubelska 112 and Kasprowicza 151
The other bus stops and terminals in Brest are: Bus station at ulitsa Mitskyevicha 35 Bus station at Shopping centre Korona, ulitsa Moskovskaya 210
Popular carriers on this route are: Openline, Intercars and Biacomex Most of these buses offer services like air-conditioning, WiFi, on-board drinks, toilets, and standard seats. There are also power outlets available.
Warszawa Zachodnia Bus terminal is the city’s primary bus terminal, near to the city center at a distance of 6.31 km. The main train station, Warsaw Central Train station is at a distance of 3.7 kilometers from the bus terminal and will take you nine minutes to reach.
If you are arriving at the Warsaw Chopin Airport, you will find several connecting buses to the bus terminal as well.
The bus terminal is located just 4 kilometers away from one of the major shopping centers in Warsaw, called Zlote Tarasy.
The bus terminal offers multiple services such as a travel agency, left-luggage service, toilets, two ATM machines, currency exchange and a nursing mother’s lounge.. Additionally, you can get many taxis from here going to the center of the city. A historic wonder of Warsaw i,e, The Royal Castle, a 14th-century palace is located just 3 kilometres from the bus terminal.
From the airport, there are five bus routes that connect you to the Warsaw Main Bus Terminal-
The central bus terminal in Brest is located at Vulica Mickeviča, which is about 1.43 km from the city center or just a 15 minutes walk. It is well connected and just 2.08 km from the Central Train Station in Brest. There are many hotels and hostels around the bus terminal. The City History Museum is 2.5 km from the terminal and if you go further you will find many attractive parks, monuments and museums as well.