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Itinerary/transport feedback

We are planning 24 days in Poland, we will start in Krakow after arriving from Budapest and fly home from Warsaw.

We initially planned on hiring a car but have now decided on the public transport option. I would be pleased to get some feedback on our itinerary and in particular our choice of bus/train

Krakow 5 nights. Sight seeing etc

Zakopane 2 nights via bus from Krakow

Klodzko. 3 nights ( see relatives) Via bus from Zakopane . I know this will be a long haul but if connections don't work we will stay in Wroclaw

Wroclaw. 2 nights via either train or bus from Klodzko

Torun. 2 nights via train from Wroclaw

Gdansk 3 nights via train or bus, I thought maybe the bus would be quicker.

Warsaw. 4 nights Warsaw via train from Gdansk. Fly home

Any suggestions/ recommendations greatly appreciated.

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1. Re: Itinerary/transport feedback

do it like this....krakow/zakopane....bus to wroclaw....visit klodzko as a day trip from there....poznan has an excellent old town, by train....gdansk by train....torun by train....warsaw by train

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2. Re: Itinerary/transport feedback

Hi!

I come from Klodzko and I think it's a great place but even so I find Wroclaw much more interesting - one of the best places for tourists in Poland.

5 nights in Krakow

2 nights in Zakopane

(bus from Zakopane to Krakow, then bus from Krakow to Wroclaw - Link-Bus offers the best connections)

3 nights in Wroclaw

2 nights in Klodzko

(morning train from Klodzko to Poznan at 6:55 am - travel takes about 5 hrs)

be in Poznan around noon, go sightseeing to the old town and then by train to Torun (travel less than 3 hrs)

2 nights in Torun

4 nights in Gdansk (there is a lot to see in the area so you won't regret extending the stay)

(Gdansk to Warsaw by train, plane or PolskiBus - domestic plane tickets can sometimes be quite cheap)

3 nights in Warsaw

Link-Bus http://www.link-bus.com/en

Polish trains http://rozklad-pkp.pl/bin/query.exe/en?

PolskiBus http://www.polskibus.com/en

Domestic flights http://www.lot.com/pl/en/

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3. Re: Itinerary/transport feedback

Thank you Casey 128 and Rocking Pony, I had the sense that the route wasn't quite right so your suggestions make good sense and the attached links are greatly appreciated. Can't wait.

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4. Re: Itinerary/transport feedback

Hi,

I think that it will be nice to stay 3 nights in Kłodzko with your relatives

and 1 night in Toruń.

Make a half day trip to Malbork during your stay in Gdańsk it's only 1 hr by train.

Kind regards

Malgorzata

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