Hi people, thank you very much for your replies!SzwedwPolsce
I'm sure this one is the easiest and most convenient. Delays can occur anywhere, that's life.
Yup. I suppose taking the 10.35am flight is the easiest and most convenient too. But if possible, I will like to experience taking the train (on the way back)
to enjoy the nice scenery along the way.Lukasz K
About your return journey:
There is direct train from Warsaw to Amsterdam which leaves Warsaw at about 18.30 - it's a slow overnight train which reaches Amsterdam at 10 am but it's quite cheap. The trains from Krakow to Warsaw are leaving nearly every hour thought the day and the journey takes about 3 hours with IC train (cost about 100 PLN).
Thanks for the train information, Lukasz. Are there any websites which I can check out the exact train timings?
If I show my student pass (from Singapore), will I be able to get cheaper tickets?Arien
The journey will take about 40 minutes, and around the dates you've provided for us, you should expect the price of a ticket to be around 108 €, and a one-way ticket around 49 €. (If you take off from AMS.)
40 minutes? That's very fast!!!! What I mean to ask is how long the train journey from Krakow to Amsterdam will take. I think you misunderstood my question. How can it be so fast? =)
Currently, there are 3 airlines going from Amsterdam to Krakow: Austrian (via Vienna), Czech (via Prague) and LOT (via Warsaw). Anyone have any recommendations on which one to take? Or are they more or less the same?
Thanks a lot, people. Really appreciate your help!