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traveling to Berlin

by ellielou

Just wondering: What is the quickest, easiest, and relatively least expensive way to travel from Krakow to Berlin? I see that the train takes somewhere around 12 hours, and wonder if there are any other good options to get from one city to the other without spending a small fortune.

Many thanks!

Re: traveling to Berlin

by caffelatte

Air Berlin. should cost less than 50euros and takes less than 1.5 hrs. The route may not be in operation during winter though.

Re: traveling to Berlin

by ellielou

Thanks. But, you're right about the spring thing. It looks as though they don't start flying that route until the end of April, unfortunately.

Re: traveling to Berlin

by HansDK

Air Berlin start flying from Krakow to Berlin on 25 April. And correct, the fares start from EUR 51 one-way incl. taxes etc.

You could travel by bus (http://www.eurolinespolska.pl/index.php?lang=en). That will take about 10 hours and cost around EUR 38.

Re: traveling to Berlin

by ellielou

Would you recommend the bus over the train? And, how far in advance should one book?

Thanks!

Re: traveling to Berlin

by HansDK

Bus is direct = no changes. Trains at least one change at Warzaw.

Book as early as possible when you know your travelling dates.

Re: traveling to Berlin

by ellielou

Got it. Thanks.

Travel Tips for Krakow

Walk the streets

by Ben-UK

The best way to see Krakow is to just walk all the back streets and find your own favourite cafe, bar or restaurant. The architecture is a delight - every street has something to offer.

My picture attached was taken on Plac Sczcepanska, looking towards
ul. Jagiellonska -- as you can see, some people prefer to take a horse-drawn carriage to see the sights.

Brama Florianska

by johnsakura

ST. FLORIAN'S GATE
It's a part of a section of the medieval walls and towers and it survived intact. It was built in the 14th century and it's upper storey was added in the 15th. Also it's low top with soft, flowing forms was not done until the Baroque period.

Annual Christmas Crib Craze!

by kanjon

Krakóws wonderfully extravagant Christmas Cribs (Szopka) are small handicrafted marvels. Or, small is maybe not the correct word, the cribs can be two meters high! Talk about architecture craze! Colourful, gleaming and festive!

Every year the The City of Kraków Historical Museum at 35 Rynek Glówny (Grand Square) runs a contest for crib-builders. New ‘szopka’ cribs are displayed around round the Mickiewicz monument at the Grand Square. Be sure to be there before noon on the first Thursday of December. If you´re not in town by that time of the year, the museum has a collection of the best cribs.

If you don´t want to build your own Szopka, cribs of varying sizes are often sold in shops for souvenirs. The quality differs, but in the end it´s all in the eye of the beholder – no?

Palm Sunday in Krakow. ...

by Wiktoria

Palm Sunday in Krakow. Krakovians create beautiful 'palms.' They are very colorful and some are extremely tall. There is a competition for the nicest palm. Easter is a highly celebrated holiday in Poland.
Another old tradition is the 'blessing of the baskets.' It happens on Saturday before the Easter Sunday. People fill the baskets with all kind of food (e.g. ham, eggs, salt, pepper, bread etc.). The baskets are usually nicely decorated. Then each family takes the basket to the church to have it blessed. The food is stored until Easter Sunday when it's consumed during a nice and elegant breakfast.

a 400 year old wooden church.

by bankowskiboy

st sebastians church is at the top of a hill in the small town of wieliczka,a friend of ours who is also a tour guide at the local salt mine,took us to the church while showing us around the town.what we didnt expect was for the priest to give us a private history lesson on the church which was fantastic of him.our friend kris did the interpritation from polish to english.

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