Andersia Hotel Poznan

Plac Andersa 1, , Central Poland, 61-894, Poland
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Forum Posts

Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by davidlovas

hi everybody! i want to go to Poznań to visit my freind in july... unfortunatelly i don't know yet how to go, i just know that i want to go from our capital, Budapest to Kraków by bus, but after i have no idea how to continue my journey... can somebody help me? i'm interested in cheap optinos so maybe by train or by bus would be a good choice between Kraków and Poznań... how much would it be? can somebody help me? where can i find further information about the timetable and the prices? it would be S.O.S... thanks so much! / dziękuję bardzo!!! (:

PS: exactly i want to go to Piła, so if sombebody has information about how to go there after from Poznań... i would be really grateful! (:

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by leics

You can find train times and info in English (or Polish) by clicking on the 'European timetable' link here:

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

which will take you to:

http://rozklad-pkp.pl/?q=en/node/143

Trains take around 6 hours and (from info found by googling) cost around 15 euro/60 zloty one-way.

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by leics

You can also find info on that link for Poznan>Pila.

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by leics

Presumably you know about the Orangeways bus from Budapest > Krakow etc?

http://www.orangeways.com/en

Re: Budapest - Krakow - Poznan - Krakow - Budapest

by davidlovas

thanks a lot for the fast and informative answers!! they were very useful! yesterday i talked to my friend and he helped/helps me too, so seems, organizing my trip will be even easier than i thought it before... (:
best wishes! (wszystkiego dobrego!)

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by 68maciek

To Poznan from Krakow defeniately by train (I use also pkp page given above for such purpose evn if it's not the most convenient but it works).

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by sihi

Hi!

Check my Poznan page, see sights that you can visit in Poznan:)
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4ed60/74d42/

Re: Budapest - Kraków - Poznań - Kraków - Budapest

by Nordic_ice

I did that route last year by train, you have to change on your way. The whole trip took about 6 hours or so (I don't remember the name of the stop over station).

You could check the train schedule on Polish railroad website.
www.pkp.pl
The ticket was less than 100zl.

Travel Tips for Poznan

pleasant,good prices ,good people

by doogvespa

old town square,eating,drinking,lovely area,pleasant people,very safe ,and clean,good variety of places to eat and drink and lots of music around ,to suit more or less everybody,good prices,fantastic place for a short break/visit the people,hospitality and good vibe

Thinning on top? ...

by marishabandb

Check this out if you're worried about hair loss.
Chirugia Estetyczna Ortopedia
Hair Loss Treatment/Cosmetic Surgery Clinic.

Located slightly outside Poznan, this clinic is gaining a worldwide reputation for providing the same standard of treatment as can be found in Western Europe or America, but for about one-third of the price.

Hair Clinic Poznan
ul. Staszica 20A
62-020 SWARZÊDZ k/Poznania - Nowa Wieœ
Tel: +48 61 818 7550
Fax: +48 61 818 7551
www.hair-clinic.poznan.pl

Bernardine church

by sihi

Bernardine church is situated on Garbary street very close to old town. Baroque church with two towers impressively consorts with interesting buildings around. Thanks Jan Steyner from Leszno in 1730 church got its today appearance. At that time fascade was underbuilt.

Whipping Post

by alancollins

Right outside the town hall is a replica whipping post which dates from 1535, the original being in a local museum. It was here that criminals, trouble-makers, and hooligans were whipped, executed or led to the city boundaries before being banished from Poznan. The figure standing on top of the post depicts the executioner of Poznan. I have seen these whipping posts in other Polish towns that have survived too today. The funds for the statue were raised from fines.

Winter sports in Malta ski

by sihi

In Poznan you can enjoy for example snowboarding also in summer. Malta sport/rest centre offers great possibilities of winter sports. There is a ben/mountain with a guide rail for bobsley. Another part of ben is organized for skiing, snowtubing etc.. Special cover is there that fills for snow in summer. Ben is equiped with a lifts.
Great place also for children.

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