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Experience the Best of Poland with Rent A Bus

Poland’s popularity as a tourist destination is on the rise. This Eastern European country on the Baltic Sea has a fascinating and varied history; each town and city has a different story to tell. Poland also offers some beautiful scenery, from dense forestry and lakes to sand dunes. Hiring a bus in Poland is a convenient, comfortable way to explore the many faces of Poland and take in its eclectic culture.

Poland: Some Quick Facts

Poland is a Democratic Republic with a relatively large population of 38.5 million. The currency here is the Polish zloty, and the head of state is the President, whose official residence, the Presidential Palace, is in the capital city, Warsaw. The palace has been rebuilt several times; the current version is an impressive Neoclassical building dating from 1818. The Polish Parliament is housed in the Sejm building, also in the capital.

Getting to your Accommodation

Depending on which part of Poland you are visiting, you are likely to fly into one of the three main airports: Warsaw Chopin Airport, John Paul II International Airport in Krakow, or Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport.

When you hire a coach or minivan in Poland from Rent A Bus, you won’t have to worry about finding transport to your destination at the end of your flight. We will collect you from whichever airport you are flying into, and transport you straight to your accommodation in the town or city where you are staying. We will also take you back to the airport at the end of your vacation, taking the stress out of arranging airport transfers.

A Personalized Polish Experience

Rent A Bus offers our coach and minivan hire customers the chance to personalize their stay in Poland, with our tailored sightseeing tours. You choose the itinerary, and one of our experienced, professional tour guides will join you and your companions on your coach or minivan, showing you the main sights and attractions of the area and explaining the history and culture surrounding them. They can also use their extensive local knowledge to introduce you to some lesser-known spots, giving you an authentic Polish experience, tailored to suit you and your interests.

Polish Cities and Sightseeing by bus

Warsaw, the capital, is essentially two cities in one: the Old Town and the New Town. In the summer, both town squares are used for open-air theater performances, and both have plenty of cafes and restaurants serving traditional Polish cuisine. The Old Town is particularly pretty, with rows of colorful houses.

Poland’s tallest building is also located in Warsaw. The Palace of Culture and Science is an imposing 1950s Soviet-era structure containing museums, theaters, and a concert hall. Spectacular panoramic views of the city can be seen from the 30th floor.

Krakow

The historical city of Krakow is home to many landmarks detailing the different phases of Poland’s past. The 14th Century Wawel Castle is a particular highlight of the city, as is the Rynek Glowny market square, home to Cloth Hall, a Renaissance-era trading post. It is also in Krakow that you will find reference to the saddest part of Polish history, at the Auschwitz concentration camp memorial.

Gdansk

Gdansk is a lively port city renowned for its bronze fountain dedicated to the Sea God Neptune, and the Gdansk History Museum, housed in the Main Town Hall, which dates back to the 14th Century. Gdansk also offers one of Poland’s best shopping experiences at Long Market.

Nightlife in Poland

The bars and clubs of Warsaw are Poland’s most sophisticated, but Gdansk offers an informal, friendly nightlife with underground bars located in the basements of historical buildings. Wroclaw is also rated highly for its nightlife; most of the bars here are centered around the market square, while the Ruska area is the best for nightclubs.

If you’re keen to sample the local beer and vodka, when you hire a coach or minivan in Poland from Rent A Bus, you can arrange a collection point and time, and we will transport you and your party safely back to your accommodation, allowing you to enjoy the Polish nightlife to the full!

Hire a Bus in Poland

Bus hire in Poland couldn’t be easier with Rent A Bus. Our coaches and minivans are modern and well-maintained, and all have air conditioning, making your experience even more comfortable as you and your party discover Poland in a convenient and safe way.

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Vehicle Types

LUXURY COACH

MAX. 69 SEATS
AIR CONDITIONING
TOILET ON BOARD
TV/DVD

MINI BUS

MAX. 21 SEATS
AIR CONDITIONING
RECLINING SEATS
3 POINTS BELTS

MINI VAN

MAX. 8 SEATS
AIR CONDITIONING
EXTRA LEG ROOM
ROOM FOR LUGGAGE

LIMOUSINE

MAX. 4 SEATS
AIR CONDITIONING
LEATHER SEATS
WIFI (OPTIONAL)