Bus from Gdańsk to Wrocław

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Gdańsk Wrocław

Departure: Gdańsk, Poland
Arrival: Wrocław, Poland
Distance: 378 kilometers
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For the trip between Gdańsk and Wrocław, between and , between Poland and Poland, the distance traveled is 377.555 kilometers.

The bus is the most ecologically-friendly means of land transportation for this trip but not the fastest. Indeed, the trip will be longer compared to taking a plane or train.

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Interesting facts about buses that you may not know

  • In France, there exists a “Disco Bus” to party late into the night! After first appearing in Paris in 2008, coaches can now be privatized for partying onboard, turning into real dance floors.
  • Did you know that originally the bus in France was called a "horse omnibus"? It was a horse-pulled carriage, able to carry more than 15 people at a time!
  • Did you know: the term “bus” comes from the Latin word “omnibus”, meaning “collective, common”, since buses are designed to be shared by many people.
  • sometimes bus companies in Europe propose food and drink service on board and sometimes even give out coffee. It's almost like being on a plane.
  • Unlike airports, bus stations are generally centrally located, another advantage of traveling by bus. No need to go out of the way to get to the airport, often situated on the far outskirts of the city.