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Krakow-Budapest

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I know , that there are some trains, but the trip in such way lasts at least 10 hours!! are there some other ways?
9 years ago, June 22nd 2010 No: 1 Msg: #113784  
N Posts: 8
Hello there!
I want to go from Krakow to Budapest!
The distance is not big between these two cities, it is approximately 400 km, that means that we can reach Budapest in 6 hours.
Please, tell us how to go there (bus or train?)
Are tickets available or we should book them?
Where we can buy them? and othere according questions!-))) Reply to this

9 years ago, June 22nd 2010 No: 2 Msg: #113789  
Tickets by train are easy and cheap to get at the train station. For info, there is no direct flights between the two cities...so it's either train or bus...or by car... Reply to this

9 years ago, June 22nd 2010 No: 3 Msg: #113808  
N Posts: 8
I understand! but there is a problem! the train goes 10 hors at least!!!! this is awful! I wonder if there any other variants shorter in time? Reply to this

9 years ago, June 24th 2010 No: 4 Msg: #113944  
Why don't you take direct flight to the Budapest from Krakow, is your purpose is travel for the weekend breaks. Flight can save your time and you can use your day for the city excursion. Also please let us know about the purpose of your travel? So that we can give you the right directions in details, else you can get the best flights fares at , if you find it attractive and pocket allows to do that. 😊
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9 years ago, June 25th 2010 No: 5 Msg: #114057  
B Posts: 119
Well, remember that you have to cross at least 2 borders and negotiate the high tatras. It's 400km as the crow flies, which is pretty meaningless in reality.

There appears to be a bus operated by Eurolines which takes 7 and a half hours - http://www.veolia-eurolines.pl/ It goes during the day though. Taking a night train might be better for you. Reply to this

9 years ago, June 25th 2010 No: 6 Msg: #114058  
N Posts: 8
So... I think bus is better variamt, because night train takes 10 hours and polish train system is not perfect.....
it can be late or smth else.
Planes are really expensive - at least 150 euro!!!
so... better bus, but I hope I will buy tickets in time! Reply to this

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