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There are sixty daily buses from Warsaw to Kiev. The shortest travel distance between Warsaw and Kiev is around 790 km. The average journey time is around fifteen hours. The buses cross the national border between Ukraine and Poland and can sometimes take time to cross. The average cost for a bus ticket is around 25€. The most efficient method to get a cheap bus ticket is to book your tickets as much in advance as possible and avoiding rush hour.
The main bus terminal is Dworzec Autobusowy Warszawa Zachodnia at Aleje Jerozolimskie 144. Bus terminal and train station are located in the western part of Warsaw greater city center, next to the intersection of three big streets: Aleje Jerozolimskie, Aleja Prymasa Tysiąclecia, and Bitwy Warszawskiej 1920r. It is about 3km from Warsaw inner city (Centrum Metro Station and Warszawa Centralna Train Station), with very frequent public transport connections. From here, you can catch a bus to Kiev that will drop you off at the Central Bus Terminal at Moskovska Square.
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 Kiev are: - Bus terminal at Symona Petlyury St. 28 - Bus terminal at Pushcha-Vodytska Street 2 - Bus terminal at Peremohy Ave 142 - Vydubychi Bus terminal at Zaloznych Highway 10
Popular carriers on this route are: Openline, Kaczynski Bus and Ecolines. All of them offer amenities like WiFi, toilets, air-conditioning, on-board drinks, and standard seats. Power outlets are available as well. Openline buses have seats you can lie down on, and snacks on offer along with entertainment options.
Warszawa Zachodnia Bus terminal is located approximately 6.31 km from the center of the city. Złote Tarasy, which is a major shopping center in Warsaw is just four kilometers or ten minutes away from this bus terminal. Warsaw Central Train Station is just 3.7 kilometers or nine minutes away from the bus station. There is a connecting bus from the Warsaw Chopin Airport to the Warsaw Bus Station.
The facilities it offers are toilets, a currency exchange, two ATM machines located in the main hall, left-luggage service, a travel agency, and a nursing mother’s lounge. SIM cards can be purchased from here, as well. Additionally, taxi services to the center of the city are offered. Coincidentally, it is just three kilometers or six minutes away from The Royal Castle in Warsaw which is a historic 14th-century palace that has been reconstructed.
From the airport, there are five bus routes that connect you to the Warsaw Main Bus Terminal-
Bus 175 and Bus 188 (Warsaw Chopin Airport – City center) Frequency: 15-30 minutes
Bus 148 (Warsaw Chopin Airport – Ursynów-Praga) Frequency: 15-20 minutes.
Bus 331 (Warsaw Chopin Airport – Underground Metro Station Wilanowska) Frequency: Every 10-15 minutes
Bus N32 (Warsaw Chopin Airport – Central Railway Station) Frequency: 30 minutes.
The Central Bus Terminal in Moskovska square, Kiev has facilities such as toilets, bus ticket offices, a cafe, small food outlets, a McDonald’s restaurant, and an ATM. The Central Bus Station is located just two kilometers away from the Ocean Plaza, which is the second-largest shopping mall and entertainment center in Kiev.
The Kyiv-Pasazhyrsky Railway Station is located seven kilometers or twelve minutes away from the bus station. Kiev International Airport is just nine kilometers or fourteen minutes away from the bus station. The Kiev Central Bus Terminal is simply 10 minutes or seven kilometers away from the historic and beautiful Kyivo-Pecherska Lavra Monastery and just nine minutes or six kilometers away from St. Sophia’s cathedral.
The top attractions in Kiev that you must visit are its exquisite cathedrals like St Sophia’s Cathedral, its beautiful and expansive monasteries like Kievo-Pecherskaya Lavra Monastery, St Michael’s Golden-Domed Monastery, the Maidan Nezalezhnosti square, Skvorechnik cultural center, Pinchuk Art Centre, Rodina Mat memorial, Mezhyhirya National Park, Izolyatsia Arts Center, and the Khanenko Museum of Arts.