The seat's comfort is not sufficient. The seat's elbows missing between every pair of seats, which is very unconformable. Also the distance between the seats - front and back - is extremely short. It's very hard to stay seated in such conditions during a 24 hour trip.
The staff in Ancona was rude, didn’t provide the information on the process, the seat assignment. I was assigned to the seat at the end of the bus. This seat is not equal with the main seats. It was the most uncomfortable trip I have ever had
Good bus, everything is quite well organized. But I was very embarrassed that the booking did not indicate that there would be 2 transfers. The ticket was booked taking into account this factor.
Please add information about transfers on the route so that it is available at the booking stage
It was a terrible experience from beginning to end. Arrived 30 minutes late. The first half of a “direct” bus ride was decent until I realized there was a transfer. I paid for a direct route. I also paid for a bus with wifi which it did not have. Also not all the seats had working outlets. On the second leg of my “direct” bus ride there were some drunk individuals that were seated directly behind me and it was about 12 midnight and the bus driver made no effort to get things under control. I felt extremely uncomfortable due to the fact that with the drinking the men decided to get closer and “friendlier” when they decided to go to sleep one of the guys moved next to me and started falling asleep on me even though he had his assigned seat. I had to literally push him off me. The bus drivers were also incredibly impatient whenever I asked a question seeing as how i didn’t speak polish.
Travel wise in coach was ok staff were ok bt in general passengers had to put up with the smell of this woman she cld hve been seated at the back of coach bt left to sit right next to me and everyone else
Staff struggled under the large number of passengers needing to board due to ongoing circumstances in Poland. Passengers were split up from friends and family. However everyone reached their destination earlier than advertised and most importantly escaped poland before the borders closed so all in all can't complain.
The bus arrived more than one hour late. Had to wait outside in the cold because it doesn't seem they have any communication with the bus terminals they operate with. Arrived in Copenhagen more than two hours late. Not reliable.
The price is reasonable for the money and organisation of moving luggage was good, but communication was terrible, seat allocation was poor and facilities lacking. There was no indication on the ticket that I would have to split the journey at Slubice. When the bus to Slubice arrived, instructions were only given in Polish, meaning I almost missed the bus since I had no idea it was my bus. By luck, I saw someone with a British passport in the queue for the Slubice and then asked so found out it was my bus. The allocation of seats was inefficient and slow. On the bus from Waraw, I was given a note saying the number of the next bus, but not my next seat number. When I got on the bus in Slubice, all the other passengers seemed to already have seat numbers. Allocating seats in advance, or having an electronic system, would have made this process a lot more efficient. Communication on the bus for any non-Polish speakers was non existent. Despite the conductors knowing I was not a Polish speaker and having spoken to me in English when I got on the bus, all other announcements were made only in Polish. This meant I had no idea what stand to go to in Slubice, what time the bus would leave, how long we had to wait at different stops, why we were delayed or how many additional stops were being added. The number of stops seems completely ilogical. From Warsaw to Slubice, we stopped almost every hour, and then again from Dover to Coventry we were constantly stopping. A loud film at 21:30 across the whole bus was unecessary and inconsiderate, at a time when many passengers wanted to sleep. Finally, despite advertising online wi-fi, the wifi did not work on the bus Slubice to Coventry.
First bus we were on said we didn’t have to transfer to another bus; however two hours in we were told we were on the wrong bus and we needed to get onto another bus. Thankfully, the bus we needed to be on didn’t leave that station yet. WiFi on the bus was really bad. But the attendant on bus 34 was very helpful and nice.
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