Hotel Polonez

15 Reymonta Street, Krakow, 30-059, Poland
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krakow to prague

by tharmila

hey, my friend and i will be travelling to prague via krakow in july..i would like to know how much does the train fare cost and how long is it?? thanx !!!!

Re: krakow to prague

by JJfromNJ


Travel from Krakow to Prague by modern air-conditioned EuroCity train 'Comenius', leaving Krakow at 07:00 and arriving at Prague's Hlavni station at 13:54. Spend the afternoon exploring Prague. Alternatively, there's a Krakow-Prague sleeper train, the 'Silesia', leaving Krakow daily at 22:15 and arriving Prague Hlavni station at 06:54 next morning. A safe & secure sleeping-car with 1, 2 & 3 bed rooms is available (the recommended option), also couchettes (6-berth) and ordinary seats (not recommended).

Looks like the fare will be £43, £57, or £63 for one way, depending on the class.

Re: krakow to prague

by travelfrosch

My wife and I did this last year. We went to the Orbis travel office on the Main Market Square. We got two one-way tickets from Krakow to Prague for roughly PLN 110 all together. I'm sure railway experts (such as GyuriFT) could save you even more, but just buying your tickets at Orbis a day or two before your trip should be a significant savings over buying your tickets in advance from a third country.

Re: krakow to prague

by leics

will give you train times and details, in English. Use 'Praha' for prague. Journey time is around 7-8 hours, including one direct service in the daytime.

The Polish railway service will quote you a fare, and with this you can buy tickets onlinefrom them (which will avoid you paying commission to a ticketing agency).

Re: krakow to prague

by paulinuk2u

why not go to train stastion to get tickets?its not far.are you stopping in krakow?

Re: krakow to prague

by travelfrosch

You COULD go to the ticket counter, but Polrail... erm... how to put this... places emphasis on train performance over customer service. Orbis does not charge a commission on tickets (or at least didn't last year), their agents speak English, and the lines are generally a lot shorter than the ones at the train station.

Re: krakow to prague

by BillikenPL

Travelfrosch: You have Polrail (a ticket agency) mixed up with Polish Railways (PKP)!

We ordered our tickets from Warsaw to Krakow and onward to Prague through the Polrail web site ( and had nothing but first-class service from them. They spoke excellent English and answered our questions fast! Our tickets were shipped on the day after placing our order, and we received them in less than a week.

Billiken in London

Re: krakow to prague

by travelfrosch

Sorry, good catch. I misspoke -- I meant PKP, not Polrail.

Travel Tips for Krakow

The Cloth Hall

by Cool-123

In the centre of the market square - Rynek Glowny, you will find the gruoud floor of the Sukiennice (Cloth Hall) has many shops. They sale souvenirs. Most people like looking wooden made stuff and craft here.

Out of the town, Wielicaka...

by aolwong

Out of the town, Wielicaka Saltmine is another attractive point, the saltmine is as large as an underground city, and there are dormitories, churches, kitchens, even rivers and lakes, St.Singa chapel at the lowest floor is the most amazing place there everything is made in salt.
(Photo: the salt made 'Last Supper')


by leics

Obwarzanki are bread rings, flavoured with poppy seeds or salt, sold from small street-side stalls all over Krakow (often tended by friendly elderly ladies). Very cheap (1 zloty), very tasty, good street food to keep you going.

Made of chocolate :-)))

by matcrazy1

This lady on my picture stands inside glass box in Wierzynek Restaurant. She is made of... chocolate? Did you ever eat sweet lady? :-)))

Is it a local custum or sweet advertisement? I noticed that they always try to show something special in this restaurant.

Krakow's mounds and parks

by stakhanov

Kosciuszko Mound has a beautiful view of Kraków and its surrounding areas. Next the route runs through Wolski Forest. Another attraction is the Pi³sudski Mound. From the top of the mound You can anew admire the view of Kraków and its surroundings. From there the route leads to the Cameldolite Monastery on the Silver Mountain – a very curious and mysterious place.


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