1) Trip to Slovakia:
Polish international train information: email@example.com
or telephone 022 9436 from Poland
2) Stalowa Wola to Krakow:
http://www.e-podrozn… – search engine, also for buses, within Poland. Look for a tiny clickable British flag if you speak no Polish.
If you have any questions about Prague or Czech and Slovak republics, ask me.
If you only want to search train or bus connection within Czech&Slovakia and/or to neighboring countries, use www.cp.sk or www.idos.cz search engines. For domestic transport, they also show prices.
Will do thanks xx
Me and my girlfriend will be in gdansk next 21st of October! We want to go to Riga, Lithuania, but i m having doubts about how to get there! We were wondering about if we should rent a car, because we will have to be in Krakow 4 days later, or if we should get a train there…But we have NO idea what is the the avaiability of trains Gdansk – Riga, or prices, timetables, etc…
Can someone helps us? We apreciate! Thank you very much, cumpliments from Porto!
train travel from Poland to Baltic states is really complicated, I think a bus or a plane would be a better solution. Have you tried the www.e-podroznik.pl to search?
Hi Papyr & oldlady, we’ll be traveling from Budapest to Krakow in 2 weeks. Reading about both the night train and the Orange Ways bus, we’re leaning toward the bus so we can see the Slovakia countryside. Is the bus a good alternative to the train? any downsides? any tips?
I have not taken a bus in this area, but I’m betting the train will be a lot faster and more comfortable and the “sights” from the bus window will be pretty much the same as from the train — I’d take a day train if I wanted to see the scenery. Frankly, the almost all countryside viewed from a bus, car or train window is pretty boring after a few hours. When I last traveled by car in Slovakia in 2002, some of the roads weren’t in great shape which made for an uncomfortable ride. Given the major improvement in road condition between 1996 and 2002, I would guess most of the roads on this route would be in decent shape now.
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