Bus from Warsaw to Rome

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Warsaw Rome

Departure: Warsaw, Poland
Arrival: Rome, Lazio, Italy
Distance: 1317 kilometers
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For the trip between Warsaw and Rome, between and Lazio, between Poland and Italy, the distance traveled is 1316.23 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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Tips and tricks for traveling by bus

  • The bus has also served as inspiration for singers, notably Superbus who took their stage name from it!
  • In France, prior to liberalization of the long-distance bus market in 2015, there was only one bus company. Half a year later, there were 5 bus companies!
  • Did you know that the ancestor of the bus 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!
  • 30, the average number of travelers that can be accommodated by a bus in Europe, meaning that a bus can take the place of a minimum of 30 cars on the road.
  • One of the benefits of traveling by bus is that you can admire the landscape. Unlike taking the plane, you can relax and stay down to earth.