Trinity Apartment

Trynitarska 4, Krakow, Poland
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Krakow to Vienna

by GloriaAndrus

Hi to everybody!
I plan to travel from Krakow to Vienna by train during my Europe trip and I am wondering is it possible to purchase tickets in advance or if not is it neceassary to reserve them from outside Poland. I afraid that in vacation period (late July) there may be problems with tickets.
Thanks for help in advance.

Re: Krakow to Vienna

by caffelatte

In US, they are available via agencies like raileurope.com etc (adding an extra cost of 25% or so). So similar agencies may be available in other places. I am not sure if you can buy this ticket from other places in europe, say prague. I would bet not.
BUT If I were you, I wouldnt bother buying it in advance. I would buy it at the station in Krakow on the day I arrive there. Yeah, I was there during peak summer, but never had any problem getting train tickets. An advantage of buying it there is you may manage to secure cheaper tickets http://www.oebb.at/pv/en/Travel_within_Europe/SparSchiene/SparSchiene_Poland/index.jsp. In the worst case, if the ticket for the direct train or night train is sold out, you can manage to catch some local trains or shorter trains and change.

Re: Krakow to Vienna

by LisaThom

Just got to train staion,(you can get the schedule ahead from the web- PKP) and get the ticket there. Be sure that you are in the right part of the train

Travel Tips for Krakow

Post office

by Neilski

When you have finished posing at the web cam,send your postcards from the main post office it's the big building on the right of the picture.
The post office has a computerised queing system.When you walk in look for a small box with buttons on it,press the red button and you get a ticket with a number on it.The screens hanging from the celing have the customer number and counter number you go to.Wait for a bell to ring,if your number comes up, RUN to the counter,i saw several people that had just walked in go straight to the nearest free counter.I hope all this makes sense,it could save you a lot time.

Being In The Barbican...

by coceng

This is the finest remnant of the medieval fortifications.
Known as Barbakan, is a powerful circular brick bastion adorned with 7 turrets.
There are 130 loopholes on 4 levels in its massive walls. Some are 3 m thick.
It was built around 1498 as an extra protection to the Florian Gate.
It's one of the surviving structures of its kind in Europe today.

Hejnal

by Dabs

Every hour the Hejnal bugle call is played from the tower of St. Mary's in the main square to each of the four sides of the tower. The bugle call dates back to the Middle Ages when it announced the opening and the closing of the city gates or as an alarm whenever he saw a fire or enemy forces.

Legend has it that during an invasion in 1241 the watchman on duty spotted the enemy and sounded the alarm but a Tatar pierced his throat with an arrow mid tune which is why the song breaks off mid tune.

Pretzels and... advertising in Krakow

by matcrazy1

One of old (as I remember) and unique, real Krakow's tradition is selling local pretzels (called OBWARZANKI KRAKOWSKIE) in such small movable "pretzel stands" as on my picture.

Notice characteristic round and quite large advertising pillar. There are a lot of them in a downtown but... some people used to advertise (although it's forbidden by law) everywhere even on walls of very old buildings :-(((.

Here Be Monsters !- 1

by mightywease

This quite scary looking figure is found on a gate-post outside the Hutten-Czapski Palace. I am not sure what it is meant to represent - it looks kind of amphibian mixed with human - but his posture reminds me of the demon like figure in Fuseli’s "The Nightmare”" painting. As monster's go he’s quite a good one!

The Hutten-Czapski Palace is at Pilsudskiego 12

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