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17 Dec 2008
Travel / Getting from Krakow to Warsaw [99]

thank you very much for your help - on the website i placed a tick for all the icons: i didnt realise they symbolised different types of train.

50PLN is much much better thank you :)

I am only able to visit Warsaw for one day: I will have to leave very early in the morning and come back on a late train.

10 hours on a train for a visit for one day seems very long but i have some friends in warsaw and would really like to see them again.

Thanks again for your help, i really appreciate it!
17 Dec 2008
Travel / Getting from Krakow to Warsaw [99]

I would definitely consider slower but cheaper trains :)

Could you send me in the right direction. I am a total novice when it comes to these matters and have no idea where to start looking

17 Dec 2008
Travel / Getting from Krakow to Warsaw [99]

High I'm from the UK and will be visiting Krakow for a couple of days at the end of this month.

My friend and I are looking to visit Warsaw for one day to catch up with a couple of friends and we are looking for the cheapest way to do so.

I think I somehow managed to work out the polish trains website (, and found a train departing at 07:00 from Krakow, but it costs around 130 PLN (i think).

This seems a little expensive, and i was just wondering if there was any other way to get to the capital, or if there are any other websites from which i can purchase train tickets at a cheaper price.

Thank you in advance for any help and advice you can offer,