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Wroclaw-Bratislava (the quickest way to get by car)?


delphiandomine 83 | 17,906
18 Jun 2011 #1
Any nice PF'ers want to give me some advice on the quickest way to go between the two by car?

Going via Kudowa seems to be the quickest way, but - anyone know differently?
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
18 Jun 2011 #2
I'll tell you what:
Wrocław -> A4 -> Katowice -> Bielsko Biała -> Cieszyn -> Brno -> Bratislava. Almost all the route on motorways and expressways. Motorways free in Poland on this route, you will need a sticker for Czech Republic and another for Slovakia.

The route via Kudowa sucks ;)
Pinching Pete - | 558
18 Jun 2011 #3
Any nice PF'ers want to give me some advice on the quickest way to go between the two by car?

WB goes skiing down there a lot I think. He probably knows.
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
18 Jun 2011 #4
WB goes skiing down there a lot I think.

No skiing in Bratislava ;-)
OP delphiandomine 83 | 17,906
18 Jun 2011 #5
Wrocław -> A4 -> Katowice -> Bielsko Biała -> Cieszyn -> Brno -> Bratislava.

I saw that, but isn't it much longer?

(I know the road to Kudowa sucks, I was stopped for speeding ON A SUNDAY MORNING once on the way there :(
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
18 Jun 2011 #6
Delph, speed limits:
Poland: Motorway 140 km/h, expressway 120 km/h, dual-lane carriageway: 110 km/h.
Czech Republic, Slovakia: Motorway 130 km/h, expressway 110 km/h.
If you speed up to +19 km/h, nobody stops you. Only pay attention to explicit speed limits.

If you can drive fast, the convenience and speed will make this route perfect. There is only very short segment between I think Frydek-Mistek and Hranice na Morave where you need to slow down a little.

I hate the Kudowa route, got tickets too, it is crammed and slow.

Note:
The Kudowa route is 421 km, of which 228 km on motorways.
The Katowice route is 526 km, of which 454 km on motorways.
Derevon 12 | 172
18 Jun 2011 #7
526 km? With Google maps I get it to be a bit over 600 km.

What about Wrocław -> Кłodzko -> Olomouc -> Brno -> Bratislava? Looks good on the map at least and is supposed to be only 407 km. :)
Antek_Stalich 5 | 997
19 Jun 2011 #8
Check viamichelin.com, this service is proven. Google Maps... well...

I do not recommend any route passing the Sudety Mountains, either via Kudowa or Kłodzko.
AussieSheila 5 | 75
21 Jun 2011 #9
I'm trying to travel from Belgrade to Warsaw by train, I need some guide too. I've considered flying and the fare is too expensive for rich aussie girl like me (serviced only by LOT and cost $ 300 one way).
Lukasz K - | 103
26 Jun 2011 #10
I would say trough Budapest (there are direct trains Warsaw-Budapest and Budapest-Belgrad)...
I know some people who went used that route but I don't know any more details.

Regards

£ukasz


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