Accession Bed & Breakfast

No. 8 Garncarska Street, Krakow, 32-215, Poland

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From Budapest to Krakow

by Veeree

Hello
I plan to go to Krakow and Warsaw on April. My trip will start from Budapest. How can I check train time and price from Budapest to Krakow. Thank you.

Re: From Budapest to Krakow

by gildapaolina

For every information, you can check the Hungarian railway site:
http://www.mav.hu/english/index.php

Re: From Budapest to Krakow

by alectrevor

Another good train times site is www.bahn.de/english.

Re: From Budapest to Krakow

by davidlayba

look like there is thos days jast daily train nr 476 METROPOL, depart from Budapest-Keleti pu train station at 19:58 and arrived to Kraków train station at 06:33 the next day in the morning.

Re: From Budapest to Krakow

by emzely

you should also consider catching a bus. check out orangeways.com and eurolines.com, takes about 7 and a half hours and costs 4900 or 3900 HUF depending on who you go with...its a lot quicker and probably a lot cheaper than the trains

Travel Tips for Krakow

Wawel Castle

by katmag

The operational hours are a little weird, so I didn't get a chance to go inside and look around much, just being in the courtyard of Wawel Castle takes you back to the ages of Polish queens and kings. Just like in a fairy tale, the castle rises above the city of Krakow on a hill with a dragon cave underneath.

pl. Wszystkich Swiêtych

by pieter_jan_v

pl. Wszystkich Swiêtych is a mix of everyday's Kraków city life and a flow of tourists.

The popular tram line #4 has its downtown stop here, the government buildings are at the square and so is the local tourist office.

Active life in central Krakow

by Raimix

Central Krakow in many ways of thinking is the old town and especially Market (town hall) square with Mariacky church, Cloth Hall building, Town Hall itself. There people, couds of people, locals and tourists make nice atmosphere, where you can see people drinking beer, waching mimics shows, doing sightseeing, listening to folk music and so on.

When you go even a bit far away from central part, you can see it is more silent, especially when crossing park zone round old town.

Old interiors? Are you sure?

by matcrazy1

A lot of cafes, restaurants, stores are located in old-looking interiors in Krakow. Please note that although walls are usually really old, decor is usually quite new. Krakow's interiors (instead of a few exceptions) started to be really renovated after communism collapse in 1989 when people started to be able to run their own businesses there.

Just one example on my picture: cafe on ground floor of Wierzynek restaurant (Rynek Glowny 15) was renovated in 90'. What was there before ? Better don't ask - modern (strange in very old building) looking interior of coctail bar.

Nowa Huta - General info

by HORSCHECK

When I am in an Eastern European city, I always try to find some relics of their socialist or communist past. These places make them unique for travellers from western countries.

Krakow has an impressive example of these kind of sights. The suburb Nowa Huta is one of only two entirely planned social-realist cities in the world.

Its construction started in the 1940s/50s directly from scratch, but it was never finished. It is a perfectly planned proletarian city with all community facilities.

The architecture is a mixture of robust Soviet social-realist style and Stalin Gothic. Nowadays more than 200.000 people live in Nowa Huta.

Nowa Huta can be reached by tram No. 4 or 15. Get off at Plac Centralny, which is the Central Square on the southern edge of Nowa Huta.

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