from ariport in Warsaw take bus number 175 that departures every few minutes from the arrival terminal.
Warsaw main train station is right in the center of the city (cross the street from Mariott hotel)...
Here is the website:
in Polish main train station in Warasw is called " Warszawa Centralna" and the one in Krakow: "Kraków Główny"
if you need any more help, let me know (I will be checking this forum)
I have no idea what you've checked cause I've just found a flight for you (on LOT) for 137 PLN which is VERY CHEAP!
The prices are in zlotys nor euros!
Check out LOT, then one-way journey and then 'not fixed dates' (anyway 99 percent of dates have that price.)
The journey takes 50 minutes.
thanks for your help but I've decided to take a train - I hope that this is the right decision. I figure that i will enjoy the countryside and avoid the hassle of the airports - according to the train schedule this should take approximately 2h45.
do you know of a reasonable priced and clean hotel to stay in for 1 night in Krakow? thanks again.
The train is a great way to see the Polish countryside. Plus you will save zloty on a cab from airport.
In Krakow, I recommend renting an apartment for the night. You can find some good ones at oldtownapartments.pl, or just typing apartment rentals in krakow into google. Many times it is the same or better price than a hotel. Stay in or close to Old Town.
For train to Krakow see:
hey. my preferred option of travel is the train. how much would it likely cost in sterling? thanks
About £20 each way in 2nd class.
will i need to pre book this if travelling next monday (the 23rd june) or can i just turn up and pay?
I usually find a seat and pay the conductor on the train (there's a very humane 6 or 8zl surcharge if you get on without a ticket), but if you're worried about it you can get a ticket earlier in the day or the day before.
Hi. What exactly do you mean by pre-booking? Do you want to buy them online? If yes, you can do so but as far as I know, tickets are delivered to your home adress so it might not be a good idea taking into conideration that you have only one week left.
I usually recommed to buy tickets at least one day before (possible at every station) as seat reservations are necessary on Intercity trains. In addition, it is July and trains may be busy, especially on that particular route. But if you buy them just before departure, it shoud not be a problem either. Be aware that queues at Warszawa Centralna station can be long.
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