180 Warsaw bus
Practical information for visiting the city with the Warsaw 180 Bus. Hours and tickets


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Berlin, Budapest, Lisbon, Prague. For each city there are different means that allow you to visit every corner ... being comfortably seated. Buses On Hop Off, do not need any introduction. They are present almost everywhere.

There are, however, methods MUCH cheaper, and just as comfortable and comfortable.

Lisbon has its own tram; in Berlin there is the 100 Bus. In Warsaw there is the 180!

Thanks to 180 Warsaw busin fact, you can visit the main tourist attractions of the city, on board a modern vehicle. And above all, you can do it by paying less than 2,00 €. Really cheap. In addition to being flexible and reliable.

180 Warsaw bus

The bus leaves from the splendid Cmentarz Powązkowski, ancient varsaviese cemetery and reaches the beautiful palace Wilanow of King Jan III Sobieski. The path is really extraordinary impact and suggestion. The fulcrum, in fact, is represented by the historical center, crossed almost entirely. You will have a chance to see the major sites and monuments of the city close by. Some really at your fingertips; others, however, a few minutes away from the various stops.

The bus is active from 05: 00 in the morning to 23: 00. Buying the simple BILETY JEDNORAZOWE PRZESIADKOWE, single journey ticket, you can travel for 75 minutes from the first obliteration. Cost 4,40PLN at full fare, or 2,20PLN in reduced version. Even more convenient is the daily ticket or the weekend: you can stop at any point without the worry of the time available.

For all the info on Warsaw, how to get there and get around by public transport in the city, the official Kanoa guide is available from this link.

If you want to take a quick and quick excursion of the city; if you have any idea to visit the main points of the capital, do not be afraid ... the 180 Warsaw Bus is a really good solution.

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