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Warsaw's main bus station, Dworzec PKS Zachodni, 10 minutes from Central Station on Bus 127 or 130, serves most long-distance routes, both domestic and international. Domestic buses headed east leave from Dworzec PKS Stadion on the east bank of the Vistula. The private long-distance bus service Polski Express, which goes to most major destinations within Poland, arrives and departs from Jana Pawła II Station, between Central Station and the Holiday Inn. Polski Express also has a stop at the airport.
Łódź central bus station (Dworzec Centralny PKS) is connected to the Łódź Fabryczna train station; it's also within a 15-minute walk of Piotrkowska Street. Both regular buses and Polski Express buses stop there. The north bus terminal (Dworzec Północny) is approximately 1 km from the city center (tram number 5 will take you to the town center) and is served by regular buses only.
Dworzec PKS Zachodni (al. Jerozolimskie 144, Śródmieście, Warsaw, 02-305. 703/40–33–30 for information in Polish only (charge for call). www.pks.warszawa.pl.)
Dworzec PKS Stadion (Zamoyskiego 1, at Targowa, Praga, Warsaw, 03-801. 703/40–33–30 for information in Polish only (charge for call). www.pks.warszawa.pl.)
Dworzec Centralny PKS (pl. Smutna 28, Łódź. 42/631–97–06 for information in Polish only (charge for call). www.pks.lodz.pl.)
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