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Purchasing a sleeping cabin for on overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by oslocairo

Hi!

I found this sight

http://www.centraleasteurope.com/train_tickets/budapest_krakow.htm

for purchasing tickets from Budapest to Krakow. Is anyone familiar with this site? They offer a 2-person sleeper cabin which is what I want for an overnight train from Budpest to Krakow March 30, 2010.

The problem is I don't now how to use the site to purchase a one-way ticket. I e-mailed them and they don't seem to understand me. They explained that they are supposed to send me to a pay pal site, which is fine, but they have yet to do so.

Does anyone know how I can purchase a 2-person sleeper cabin from Budapest to Krakow for the night of March 30, 2010? I don't speak German or Eastern European languages so the sight you suggest should be in English, French, or Spanish.

I would like to purchase the sleeper cabin ahead of time to make sure I get one.

Thank you,

Re: Purchasing a sleeping cabin for on overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by puerto_lover

I don't know anything about Central Eastern Europe.com but looked up WHOIS and belongs to:

Aron Hohl at Bihari Janos 5., Miskolc, BAZ,3530, HUNGARY Tel. +00.36706624851

and think it is the same guiy who does this Twitter:

http://twitter.com/hungaryguy

and some more information about Aron Hohl:
http://hu.linkedin.com/pub/aron-hohl/8/a46/781
and he has a Facebook !

So see how he can help.
Did you look into the Orange WAYS bus that goes following morning early and gets to Krakow by lunchtime. I would look at that option if only to get a good night's rest and not to be woken up (assuming you can sleep on the overnight) by border guards asking for passport. Anyway that's my choice.
http://www.orangeways.com/en

Re: Purchasing a sleeping cabin for on overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by oslocairo

Thanks Puerto Lover.

It is Aron Hohl that I am receiving these confusing emails from. I prefer to take the train with a sleeper cabin because it will give us more time in Krakow. But, thanks for the bus sugggestion anyway.

Re: Purchasing a sleeping cabin for on overnight train from Budapest to Krakow

by nomad7890

No good answer - but just in case your plans are still flexible - if you come to Krakow the end of May you can join Euromeet, and a good time is guaranteed!

Here is the meetings page:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/124e50/

Maybe it will work out.

There will also be a train with VT'ers going from Krakow to Lviv, Ukraine,

Travel Tips for Budapest

Walk through the city

by Djinn76

I was not expecting to find such a rich architecture in Budapest, simply walk (or eventually drive) through the city, enter in the inner court of the appartments,... You'll discover plenty of nice buildings (you don't always need to know what they are). Unfortunately lots of them have been neglected for years but at the same time, lots of them are being renovated too...

Kossuth Lajos Ut

by edvin_br

This street is one of the most central and beautiful around Budapests Inner city.
This street begins at Astoria ter and continues to Vaci street and ends at Erzsebet hid ((bridge). The street called after Kossuth Lajos, he was one of the most importent revolutionary persons in the history of Hungary.

The greek catholic Saint Flórián church

by 1courage

The Fő street is the richest street in churches in Budapest: You find here 5 churches. The saint Flórián chapel was built by a rich bakerman, Antal Christ between 1750 and 1753. Until 1920 it was a catholic church but than the greek catholic church recieved it. In 1937 the church, like the neighbourhood was elevated by 1 metre to avoid future inundations. The internals are beautiful!
You find this church next to the Király thermal bath.

Another hang out area :)

by MedioLatino

In summer actually all the city is a big hang out area...but still, there are some sopt which are better then others :)

Like this one, on Szent Istvan ter at the Basilica. On the corner where Leroy is, you can "make your own seat" if there are no more free tables. Or you can just stop by talk a little with your friends and watch the beauty of the Basilica.

Nearest underground: Arany Janos utca (M3).

Haller park

by halikowski

In the early 20th century Ferencvaros's largest green park, Haller park, used to be partly a ground for weekly fairs and markets, partly a cemetery around Szent Vince templom. The park has a lot of facilities for the locals: it offers a number of playgrounds catering for various age groups, a small football pitch, a basketball pitch, a skateboarding rink and an artificial sledge hill. It's all a bit run down now, however, and the park can be dry and dusty. The crescent cutting across the park used to have tables for chessplayers. The daily market called Haller piac had to be moved behind the cultural centre next to the popular camp site to clear space for a new housing development, but is earmarked to be terminated altogether

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