Kielce is home to what is arguably Poland's coolest bus station – a retro-futuristic, UFO-shaped building that dates from the 1970s. Unfortunately, the station is partially closed and awaiting an uncertain fate. In …
The sprawling and dilapidated main bus terminal is just north of the Old Town, across a busy road from the castle. There's an information booth here. This is also where FlixBus/Polski Bus (https://global.flixbus.com…
The bus terminal is close to the main train station (both are about 2km east of the monastery) and serves mainly towns in the region including Jędrzejów (14zł, two hours) and Opole (15zł, two hours).
A small ferry carries cars and passengers across the river to Janowiec, departing from a small landing at the very end of ul Krakowska, 1km west of Hotel Spichlerz.
Sandomierz's small bus station is located about 1.5km northwest of the Old Town. There's decent regional service, including daily buses to Kielce, Lublin and
HaloBus runs several daily fast buses to Warsaw (30zł, three hours), or change for the train in Puławy. Check the timetable posted at the PKS bus terminal.
The bus station is 2km east of the Old Town. Minibuses line up in front of the station.