Getting in by bus

A network of buses and mini-buses provide regular connections between Bielsko-Biała and most of the cities, towns and villages in the region. Bus is also the best way to get to Kraków. However, choice of long-distance buses is rather limited.

 

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Every city in Poland has a bus station (Polish: Dworzec Autobusowy) and usually these are central depots for all of the bus transportations, including private carriers.

Schedules can be find at the stations or online.

Purchase your ticket at the ticket office or directly from the driver.

Don’t expect drivers to speak any English. There is also no much information about schedules and routes available in other languages than Polish, which makes this mean of transportation less attractive to foreigners.

 

Local and regional buses

 

PKS Bielsko-Biała
Mainly short-distance connection from Bielsko-Biała to the cities, towns and villages within the Silesian Province. A few long-haul buses.
Phone: +48 703 30 32 94
Web: www.pks.bielsko.pl 
 

 

Lajkonik
Bus connections to Kraków.
Phone: +48 660 508 097
Web: www.lajkonikbus.pl 

 

Traf-line
Phone: +48 784 690 449
Web: www.trafline.pl 

 

 

International buses

The growth of budget airlines has limited the number of international buses coming to Bielsko-Biała, or Poland in general. However, there are still plenty options to choose from and you can get to Bielsko-Biała by coach from numerous corners of Europe. 

Use the euroTICKET search engine to find the best international bus connections between Bielsko-Biała and other European cities. 

 

 


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