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Krakow - Lodz (bus or train?)

by luckynoby

Hello everyone!
I am visiting Lodz and Krakow this weekend.
Lodz first and Krakow.....

The distance between Lodz and Krakoz is about 240km or so.
Which way is faster to arrive in Krakow from Lodz?
By train or by bus?

Can you kindly give me the site which I can find the bus time table?

Thank you in advance!

Happy Easter holiday!

Re: Krakow - Lodz (bus or train?)

by leics

The train will probably be quickest, at 5-6 hours.

http://www.bahn.de/p/view/international/englisch/international_guests.shtml will give you times/routes and

http://www.polrail.com/ will give you timetable and ticket info (both sites in English).

Polski Express have this bus timetable online:

http://www.polskiexpress.org.pl/rozklad_jazdy.html#krk_ldz_wwa

(scroll down to Warsaw-Lodz/Krakow). Two services a day, at 0700 and 1800.

There may be other services.

Re: Krakow - Lodz (bus or train?)

by luckynoby

Thank you for your infomation.
This is ecaxtly what I wanted.....
I hope that the weather will be good in Lodz this weekend! :-)

Travel Tips for Krakow

Explore the lovely courtyards

by gosiaPL

Krakow has a lot of inner yards and courtyards that tourists usually don't see. It's worth peeping into a few, you never know what beauty you're gonna find!

This one is the inner yard of the Dean's House (Dom Dziekanski) in 21 Kanonicza St. This deanery is thought to be the most beautiful one in Krakow, and the arcade courtyard was designed in the 16th century. In the middle you can see the statue of St. Stanislaus. In the 1960's Karol Wojtyla (later John Paul II) lived there.

In the cellars of the deanery there is now Demmers Teahouse. The teahouse was a disappointment to me (see my restaurant tip) but the view of this courtyard really compensated for it!
Isn't it just beautiful? Oh, I love Krakow for this! There are many other such courtyards in Krakow. In some of them there are nice pubs and cafes, just be prepared to explore! :-)

KAZIMIERZ - JEWISH DISTRICT

by LoriPori

There has been a Jewish presence in Krakow since the second half of the XIV (14th) century. Through the centuries, the Jewish community created its own city, within a city --- KAZIMIERZ.There were 64,000 Jewish people living there at the outbreak of WW II - 25% of the citizens of Krakow.
The district of Kazimierz is very easy to find and to walk to. Hans and I walked there on Monday, after the VT weekend. We walked along Starowislna Street until we reached the crossroad with Miodowa. You can see the Temple Synagogue - 24 Miodowa St. - which was established in 1860 - 62. We then strolled Jozefa Street. We came across the ancient High Synagogue - Synagoga Wysoka - which was built in the 16th century. Located at 38 Jozefa St., it now houses exhibitions.
We had lunch in one of the restaurants in Szeroka Square, and then started to head back to the Main Square.

Krakow's Crackin' Christmas Market

by johngayton

Krakow's Christmas Market encompasses just about every VT tips category. It fits with "Shopping"; the excellent food qualifies it in the "Restaurant" category; after dark it certainly constitues "Nightlife" and it is a MAJOR "Thing to Do"!!

This annual market usually runs for most of December (except Christmas day itself). From the first stall being erected until the last is taken down the Rynek Glowny buzzes with activity. The trading stalls attract crowds of locals and visitors, selling mainly a variety of colourful locally-made crafts and Christmas decorations. The food vendors' spits and barbecues provide fuel whist filling the air with the aromas of spicy sausages and grilled meats. The mulled wine, sold from converted 1000+ gallon wooden casks, acts as a social lubricant.

During the day the bustle of commercialism takes precedence, the stall-holders touting competing with the haggling and bartering customers. After dark, as the festive lighting transforms the square into a magical grotto, the commercialism seems to receed and a party atmosphere prevails. Complete strangers make small-talk over a cup of "Grzaniec" whilst nibbling on a char-grilled "Kielbasa" - in fact many visitors come purely for this aspect - well I certainly did anyway!

Rough Guide to Poland

by HORSCHECK

On my second visit to Krakow, which was already my 6th visit of Poland, I felt the need to buy a good guide book, as this trip also covered some smaller Polish cities.

So I finally decided to get myself "The Rough Guide to Poland - 7th edition". It includes approximately 40 pages about Krakow and the surounding region.

I found the guide quite handy for this trip as it offers many practical tips for independent travels.

Rough Guides: http://www.roughguides.com/

Birkenau Death Camp...

by coceng

This camp is situated side by side with the Auschwitz Camp...in Polish, Birkenau is known as Brzezinka....about 1 to 2 km from one another.
Birkenau has more shocking sights of what you could see in Auschwitz !
The entry as in Auschwitz Camp, is FREE.

Birkenau Camp is about 66 to 67 km (1 to 2 km away from Auschwitz) from Krakow.

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