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By rail from Warsaw to Lviv (Ukraina)

by mickeyfriedman

Hi,
I am arriving to Warsaw on August 26, 2009 at 10.00 in the morning and will be happy to catch a train to Lviv at the same day as early as possible. I got problems to find a schedule on the web.
Please, I will appreciate to get an appropriate information.
Best.

Re: By rail from Warsaw to Lviv (Ukraina)

by leics

The excellent

http://www.bahn.de/international/view/en/index.shtml

will give you train times and details, in English.

Search for 'Lvov' rather than 'Lviv'.

The Polish railway site

http://www.polrail.com/sections/travel/timetable.html

also has a link to the searchable timetable, in English.

Re: By rail from Warsaw to Lviv (Ukraina)

by kopvas

For not TCV countries it is better to check timetable on the official websites of countries itself and not DB website (it's not that accurate concerning the region)

In your case you can use 13:41 train (originally Wroclav-Kiev, but carries many other carriages to Kiev as well). PLus just recently PKP and UZ started new and fancy night connection (22:39-6:03). It has Ukrainian and Polish cars (2/3 and 2/4), tickets starting from app.40 euro.

Re: By rail from Warsaw to Lviv (Ukraina)

by leics

I agree that it is better to check the timetables of individual countries, but sometimes their websites are not easy to access or use in an English version.

For that reason the bahn.de website is a useful tool.

Travel Tips for Warsaw

Skyscrapers

by HORSCHECK

One thing which fascinates me in Warsaw is the mixture of old and new skyscrapers in the city centre. The 231 m high Palace of Culture and Science which was built in the 50's is the tallest building in Poland. In its neigbourhood postmodern skyscrapers like the extraordinary Inter Continental Hotel (163.5 m) and the Marriot Hotel (140 m) can be found. The concrete Novotel (112 m) was the first high-class hotel in post-war Poland.

Saxon Gardens - Restful Urban Park

by tpal

Some parks, such as, the Hyde Park in London and Jardins du Luxembourg in Paris are destination on to themselves but most are frankly a lot more casual and obscure but still wonderful. Maybe it is because Carol and I live on the edge of an urban park but I am usually drawn to these more local parks when I visit new places. These are the places that the local residents walk their dogs and bring their children to play. It's where they jog or walk or merely stroll. Sometimes its where they come to just sit and relax but no matter...it seems the same everywhere you go.

Saxon Gardens is such a place. In one my travel guides the little map shows Saxon Gardens as covering more area in Warsaw than Old Town and yet the total text reads "...Saxon Gardens (Ogrod Saski), which stretch south from the palace, are a pleasant place to stroll or rest." Completely accurate but sadly incomplete.

Warsaw Tourist Card - free or discounted entry etc

by gzal

If you are considering one or three days of extensive sightseeing in Warsaw you should consider getting yourself the Warsaw Tourist Card (Warszawska Karta Turysty) that gives you free rides on public transportation and free entrance to museums and some discounts in hotels, car rentals, restaurants and bars, etc.
24-hour card costs PLN55 (USD14) and the one valid for 3 days costs PLN85 (USD21). The Card can be purchased at the airport, major train station (Dworzec Centralny) and bus depot (PKS Dworzec Zachodni) and at the Castle Square in the Old Town (Tourist Information Office). List of partners providing free entrance or discounts for the card holders

Ulica Marszalkowska

by gale.blog.pl

This is the main artery of traffic in Warsaw. It starts at Plac Unii Lubelskiej (Lublin Union Square) and ends at Plac Bankowy (Bank Square). Ulica Marszalkowska is the pivot of Warsaw's city. Going North from Plac Bankowy you'll see Palace of Culture and Plac Defilad to the right and Sciana Wschodnia (Eastern Wall) to the left. Sciana Wschodnia constitutes a symbol of modern architecture of 1960's. It is composed of long Domy Towarowe Centrum mall and tall buildings righ behind the mall.

An important place in Marszalkowska is Plac Konstytucji (Constitution Square). It's large and ugly but it's also a great example of socrealistic architecture of our city. It's construction was finished in 1952.

On your way up Marszalkowska you'll see Plac Zbawiciela (Saviour Square) with an eclectic church of Christ the Saviour. The church was built at the beginning of 20th century.

Polish beer

by HORSCHECK

Poland is famous for a vodka-drinking tradition. Nevertheless, there are some popular Polish beers. One famous brewery is Zywiec which was founded in 1852 and nowadays owned by Heineken.
Another well known beer brand is Okocim; an old-established brewery (founded 1845), which is now owned by Carlsberg. Both Zywiec and Okocim lager contain more than 5 % alcohol.

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