After a week in Torun, it was time today to return back to Warsaw West coach station. I’ve been pleased with how easy Flixbus have been making my coach trips recently, after years of being more than a little inadequate in that regard. So, I wasn’t surprised today to see the coach turn up on time in Torun, at the location that I expected it. I’d even go as far as to say that I’m starting to trust Flixbus.
The Flixbus tracking was working well, so I could see where the coach was.
I can guess how busy a coach will be by trying to buy tickets for the service that I’m about to get on. If there are no tickets left, then the journey will be packed. If, as with the above example, there are 34 tickets left to buy, then it’s likely to be nice and quiet.
One of the oldest buses I’ve seen Flixbus use, but it was clean and comfortable. I couldn’t use the power supply as the design doesn’t fit the size of my adapter, but I won’t hold that against them. The wi-fi was working, but was just a little sluggish, so I used by own data. However, I’m sure that the wi-fi would have been a usable speed for light users.
And here we are safely into Warsaw coach station. The service was a few minutes late, but nothing of any note. The price was also cost-effective, it cost around £5 for the trip.