Warsaw Apartments Magnolie

Ryzowa 36a,, Warsaw, Central Poland, 02-495, Poland

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Warsaw Apartments Magnolie
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    Thank You, Magnolie :)

    by

    We stayed in Apartments Magnolie for 3 days. Hotel stands in a perfect place - very easy to reach center with a buss and the stop of buss is just right by hotel. To reach hotel with taxi from buss station at night was also easy and took 25-30 zlots. Not so much :)
    Hotel stands in a calm place :)
    The room was perfect - king size bed, kitchen, big hall, free internet, allowed to smoke, warm and clean :)
    Personnel was also really great - made everything what we asked and we even shared our dinner with them !
    If i will go next time to Warsaw i will take this hotel for sure!

    Unique Quality: Hotel belongs to www.booking.com so it was easy to order the room on internet without any problems :)

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Forum Posts

Warsaw to Kaunas

by rezeik

which is the best way to get from Warsaw to Kaunas? bus or train thanks

Re: Warsaw to Kaunas

by leics

As a general rule, in Europe trains are faster but long-distance buses are cheaper.

Train info in English on www.polrail.com and on

http://www.bahn.com/i/view/overseas/en/index.shtml

Train takes 8h 18m, with one change at Sestokai.

Bus travels overnight, leaving Warsaw at 1945 and arriving in Kaunas at 0520. Bus info here (not in English):

http://www.eurolines.pl/pl/

I'd take the train, personally.

Re: Warsaw to Kaunas

by jonellis

Look at www.litrail.lt. Click on "Passenger transportation", click on "International routes". At Departure Station scroll down to "Warszawa centr" and enter. Then at Arrival Station find "Vilnius"(at the top of list)and click on "search". Then click on either train number (2 trains per day) and you will see the route the train takes and the time it stops in Kaunas. It also gives the price and most of the text is in English. Price is in LTL.

Re: Warsaw to Kaunas

by sihi

I traveled by bus, not bad, but train maybe better

Re: Warsaw to Kaunas

by kvitrafn

no train connection between the cities.
bus cost about 15$
cheers

Travel Tips for Warsaw

Memories of the MTAS

by Pavlik_NL

Most of the time that I was in Warszawa, I was in the stand of Fruitconsult on the fruit organising trade fair MTAS. This was - because of the enthusiasm of both stand crew (translators Gosja and Alicja) and visitors - a very wonderful experience.

check out Stare Miasto (Old Town)

by katmag

check out Stare Miasto (Old Town) obviously! My favourite part is the city walls and the intricate little details they hide. Warsaw was completely destroyed by bombs during WWII, and so it all had to be rebuilt, including this entire area. My fondest memory of warsaw was these two sunny days during which it was warm and sunny. The remaining 3 months of my trip was spent in south western poland (Slask) where it rained non-stop, everyday, until our departure.

Christmas and Warsaw

by ZiOOlek

Like most cities around the world, also Warsaw is full of Christmas lights, starting from December till the end of January - more or less.;)

The best places to fill the atmosphere of Christmas in Warsaw is the city centre - Aleje Jerozolimskie street with a view on Palace of the Culture and Science and than you may go to the Rolay Way (Nowy Swiat) and going up to the old town. There are two big Christmas trees there - one in front of the Royal Castle and the second on the market squere in the old town.

The Royal Castle

by Cool-123

It is situated in the Castle Square. The most important parts of the interiors are the king's agartments on the 1st floor, which are visited by guided tour, in Polish. A guide in English, German or French will cost an extra $14 per group. Other exhibits require separate tickets. Sunday is a free-entry day for all the exhibitions (no guide service).

The party continues :-)

by matcrazy1

Just look at the next pictures:

1. Brad (bradbrown) and his three women (Charlies' angels): Urszula (matcrazy0), Agnieszka (Aggie_K) and Tasia.

2. What's going on?

3. Joy :-)

4. Sight of Rasmus :-)

5. Australian song?

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