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Overview: Bus from Berlin to Warsaw

distanceDistance320 miles (516 km)
durationAverage bus duration8 h
priceAverage bus ticket price$22 (€19)
changesDirect busYes
carriersBus providersFlixbus, Ecolines, PolskiBus, Eurolines Germany, BlaBlaCar, Infobus, Est, Eurolines Lithuania, Sindbad or Eurolines Switzerland

Buses from Berlin to Warsaw cover the 320 miles (516 km) long route taking on average 8 h with our travel partners like Flixbus, Ecolines, PolskiBus, Eurolines Germany, BlaBlaCar, Infobus, Est, Eurolines Lithuania, Sindbad or Eurolines Switzerland. There are direct bus services available. You can get the cheapest bus tickets for this journey for as low as $17 (€14), but the average price of bus tickets is $22 (€19). Travelers depart most frequently from Berlin Hbf and arrive in Warsaw, Airport Lotnisko Chopina - Terminal Autokarowy.

Bus providers: FlixBus from Berlin to Warsaw

Find the best buses to Warsaw from Berlin with Omio's travel partners FlixBus from $17 (€14). We can find you the best deals, schedules and tickets when comparing and booking the best trip.

FlixBus

FlixBus is one of the most popular low-cost bus companies in Europe. Founded in Germany, FlixBus has expanded its services throughout Europe and even to the United States, giving travelers in both continents the option to take a long-distance bus at an affordable price. FlixBus also operates overnight buses on select routes throughout Europe. FlixBus offers only the Standard ticket for all its routes, which allows you to bring one carry-on bag and one checked bag per person. Additional fees apply for bringing extra luggage and making specific seat reservations, such as if you want to book an Extra Seat, Table Seat or the Panorama Seat. Standard amenities onboard include free Wi-Fi, power outlets to charge your phone, tablet or laptop during long bus journeys, extra legroom, luggage space and toilets.

  • Average Price: $17

Read on for COVID-19 recommendations and policies for your FlixBus bus ticket between Berlin and Warsaw:

  • Exceptions to waive change or cancellation fees policy
  • All bookings can be canceled up to 15 minutes before departure (a fee may apply).
  • Cancellations made 30 days before departure are free of charge.
  • Canceled tickets are refunded as a voucher, which is valid for 12 months, and is the value of the original booking (minus a cancellation fee, if applicable).
  • Cashless payments recommended
  • Online booking and check-in recommended

Buses from Berlin to Warsaw

Buses in Europe are a convenient way to travel between cities, with companies offering a variety of domestic and international routes. Direct buses from Berlin to Warsaw are operated by FlixBus, Ecolines, Eurolines, and Flixbus. There are numerous departures throughout the day from about 9:30 a.m. until just before midnight, with journey times of between 7½ and 12 hours, with late evening departures having the longer journey times, arriving early the next morning.



Berlin to Warsaw Bus Cost

Average prices for buses from Berlin to Warsaw when you book in advance

Booking Period

Average Price

Same Day

€31

1 Day in Advance

€26

1 Week in Advance

€24

2 Weeks in Advance

€24

1 Month in Advance

€24

3 Months in Advance

€24

Berlin to Warsaw Buses: General Information

While buses are slower than both flights and trains, they are also significantly cheaper. Travelers should book Berlin to Warsaw buses as far in advance as possible in order to find the best deal.

  • All Berlin to Warsaw buses are run by either Flixbus, Eurolines, Flixbus, Ecolines, and Infobus.
  • Most buses are direct, depart from Berlin Zentraler Omnibusbahnhof (ZOB am Funkturm) and arrive at either Warsaw's Centralna, Dworzec Autobusowy Metro Młociny, or Zachodnia Al. Jerozolimskie 144 bus station.
  • The Berlin to Warsaw bus trip takes as little as 7 hours and 30 minutes to arrive in Warsaw.
  • Most travelers book their Berlin to Warsaw bus ticket 1 day in advance of the travel date.




Based on Omio's travel data, as the table above clearly illustrates, ticket prices on Berlin to Warsaw buses decrease the further they are booked in advance:

  • It is 16% cheaper on average to purchase a Berlin to Warsaw bus ticket a day in advance as opposed to at the station on the day of travel.
  • It is 23% cheaper to book an Berlin to Warsaw bus ticket 1 week in advance as opposed to the day you intend to travel.

Taking the Bus from Berlin

Buses from Berlin to Warsaw depart from the ZOB am Funkturm Bus Station, located to the West of the Berlin city center, and linked by buses and trains. Berlin is served by a clean, fast and extensive transport system, consisting of buses, trams, U and S-Bahn trains, with the network extending out to surrounding villages and towns. Berlin has a weekend night bus service and taxis are available at am Funkturm Bus Station.

Getting into Warsaw by Bus

Warsaw's turbulent history has left very little of its past standing, with most buildings dating from the post-war era. Some old buildings have been reconstructed in the Stare and Nowe Miasto districts. Popular Warsaw attractions in the center are the Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Modern Art Centre, as well as the Palace of Wilanów and Kabaty Forest, a little further out of town. Buses from Berlin to Warsaw arrive at the Dworzec PKS Warszawa Zachodnia Train Station, located several kilometers from the city. Frequent buses and suburban trains link the stations to Warsaw, 24-hours a day. Warsaw has an extensive and modern transport network of buses, light railways, and one Metro line. There are also several tram lines, some of which still use historic carriages. Taxis are located at the train and bus station.

Walking Around in Warsaw

Warsaw is a wonderful city for walking as the city center, or Old Town, is fairly compact and the ground is level. There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants in the city if you need to take a break from walking. Start your journey at the Royal Castle, which was once home to the Polish Royal Family. The castle was completely destroyed in WWII, but was carefully rebuilt and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those that are interested in Polish history should take one of the guided tours of the castle. Across from the castle, you will find St. Anne's church, where there is a narrow staircase to the top of the church tower. The climb is worth the effort for birds-eye views of the whole city. A short walk away, you will find the Barbican, which is a historic fortification that was once part of the city's walls. There is a small monument there to children who died in the war. Next, head towards the historic Jewish Ghetto, where you can learn about the treatment of the city's Jewish residents during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. There are a number of interesting museums and memorials to explore here.

Walking Around in Warsaw

Warsaw is a wonderful city for walking as the city center, or Old Town, is fairly compact and the ground is level. There are also plenty of cafes and restaurants in the city if you need to take a break from walking. Start your journey at the Royal Castle, which was once home to the Polish Royal Family. The castle was completely destroyed in WWII, but was carefully rebuilt and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Those that are interested in Polish history should take one of the guided tours of the castle. Across from the castle, you will find St. Anne's church, where there is a narrow staircase to the top of the church tower. The climb is worth the effort for birds-eye views of the whole city. A short walk away, you will find the Barbican, which is a historic fortification that was once part of the city's walls. There is a small monument there to children who died in the war. Next, head towards the historic Jewish Ghetto, where you can learn about the treatment of the city's Jewish residents during the Nazi occupation of Warsaw. There are a number of interesting museums and memorials to explore here.

Public Transport in Warsaw

The city center of Warsaw has an extensive public transport system that makes it easy for visitors to travel to all the attractions in the city. The bus and tram system provide multiple routes that criss-cross the whole of the city center, and English maps are available at all tram and bus stations. There is a subway or metro system that offers two lines across the city with one running from north to south, and the other line running east to west. Each line of the subway has a number of stations, making this a quick and efficient means of travel in the city center. Public transport tickets include all three methods of transport and the tickets are available at all metro, bus, and tram stations. A few of the newer buses and trams have ticket machines onboard. The machines take credit cards, debit cards, and coins for the exact amount of the fare. Visitors can purchase tickets that are valid for twenty minutes, one hour, and one day depending on their travel requirements. Those over seventy, and children under the age of seven, travel for free on all Warsaw public transport - but proof of age is required.

Travel Tips: Bus to Warsaw from Berlin

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FAQs

Is cross-border travel by bus between Berlin, Germany and Warsaw, Poland allowed?

Travel by bus between Berlin, Germany and Warsaw, Poland is: Partially open.

Is international entry into Warsaw from Berlin restricted?

International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Germany

Do I need to quarantine on arrival in Poland from Berlin?

Entry Requirements:

  • Negative COVID-19 test issued at most 2 days before arrival or 10 day mandatory self-quarantine
  • Negative COVID-19 test is required to end quarantine early. This test occurs on day 8 in quarantine
  • Travellers issued with the EU Digital COVID Certificate are exempt from quarantine and COVID-19 testing
  • Health declaration required
  • Passenger Locator Form (PLF) required

What are the safety rules to follow in Warsaw, Poland?

The government of Poland has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

  • Physical distance required: 1.5 metre (s) (5 feet)
  • Face mask required: Mandatory

The above information was last checked on 1/20/22. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your bus between Berlin and Warsaw closer to your date of departure here

Do I need to quarantine when I return to Germany from Warsaw, Poland?

The current restriction level for your return trip by bus from Warsaw to Berlin is: Partially open

Are there any international entry restrictions on returning to Germany from Poland?

Reentry to Germany is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Poland

Do I need to quarantine on arrival in Germany from Warsaw?

What are the requirements?

  • Negative COVID-19 test issued at most 2 days before arrival and 10 day mandatory self quarantine
  • Travellers with a certificate of vaccination are exempt from compulsory quarantine
  • Travellers who have recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months are exempt from compulsory quarantine (certificate needed)
  • Negative COVID-19 test is required to end quarantine early. This test occurs on day 5 in quarantine
  • Digital entry registration is required prior to arrival
  • The exact quarantine requirements depend on the regulations in each federal state

What are the safety rules to follow in Berlin, Germany?

The government of Germany has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

  • Physical distance: 1.5 metre (s) (5 feet)
  • Face mask: Mandatory

Last checked on 1/26/22. We do our best to keep this information up to date, but regulations can change so please double check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations ahead of your bus to Berlin from Warsaw here.

How much does a cheap bus between Berlin and Warsaw cost?

Looking to save money on your trip? Omio customers have found the cheapest bus to Warsaw from Berlin for the next 7 days starting from $17 (€14)  one way.

How much does it cost to take a bus to Warsaw from Berlin?

In the next 7 days you can expect to pay on average $22 (€19)  for a bus ticket from Berlin to Warsaw.

How many miles is it from Berlin to Warsaw by bus?

The bus distance from Berlin to Warsaw is around 320 miles (516 km).

How long is the bus to Warsaw from Berlin?

On average the Berlin to Warsaw bus travel time is 8 h  for the 320 miles (516 km) long trip, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.

Which bus station from Berlin to Warsaw do I depart from? Which Warsaw bus station from Berlin do I arrive in?

When taking a bus from Berlin, you have a couple of bus stations you can depart from including Berlin, Zentralen Omnibusbahnhof, Berlin, ZOB and Berlin, Bahnhof Südkreuz. When you arrive in Warsaw, your bus can arrive in bus stations including Warsaw, Airport Lotnisko Chopina - Terminal Autokarowy, Warsaw, Rondo Unii Europejskiej 05 and Warsaw, Warszawa Dw. Wileński.

Omio customers traveling this route book their buses from Berlin Hbf   to Warsaw, Airport Lotnisko Chopina - Terminal Autokarowy.

Where is the Berlin bus station located? Where is the Warsaw bus station located?

Passengers board their bus most frequently from Berlin Hbf and travel around 1.7 miles (2.8 km) from the city center to this bus station.

Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Warsaw, Airport Lotnisko Chopina - Terminal Autokarowy and need to travel approximately 4.5 miles (7.3 km) from the bus station to the city center in Warsaw.

Which bus companies can get me from Berlin to Warsaw?

For the trip from Berlin to Warsaw you can take a bus with Flixbus, Ecolines, PolskiBus, Eurolines Germany, BlaBlaCar, Infobus, Est, Eurolines Lithuania, Sindbad or Eurolines Switzerland. Be sure to check out all possible bus providers that offer services between Berlin and Warsaw on Omio to compare what amenities they may have.

When can I take the first bus from Berlin to Warsaw? When can I take the last bus for the day?

The earliest bus departing from Berlin to Warsaw leaves at 10: 35 AM. The last bus departing from Berlin to Warsaw leaves at 9: 15 PM. You can find the latest Berlin to Warsaw bus schedule on Omio and book the best time to leave for your journey on your chosen travel date.

How far in advance should I buy a bus ticket from Berlin to Warsaw to get the best deals?

You can find buses between Berlin and Warsaw to cost on average $22 (€19) one way if you book within the next 7 days. But we recommend buying bus tickets in advance to score the best deals and save money on your journey. You’ll see tickets for the Berlin to Warsaw bus generally on sale a few months before the planned travel date.