Duke Hotel

Blvd. Dacia 33, Sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, Romania
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Forum Posts

BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by DAO

Hello,

I am going to the VT Meeting in Krakow at the end of May. Any good ideas on quick, but economical ways to get to Krakow from here?

Thanks!!!

DAO

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by EuromeetKrakow2010

DAO,
As I remember well, Piotr from Warsaw (ZiOolek) has already booked air ticket at good price from Warsaw to Bucharest just after Euromeet in Krakow. Warsaw is only less than 3 hours (downtown to downtown) by express train from Krakow. So, maybe Bucharest - Warsaw by plane + Warsaw-Krakow by train is good option for you.

Hugs,
Matt.

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by EuromeetKrakow2010

By the way: MOLDOVA IS FANTASTIC!!! Local people + countryside + wine especially.

Matt.

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by johngayton

It should be possible to swim - I think the rivers all link up and if you go with the currents then it should be reasonably quick and definitely economical - HEY! and eco-friendly. I bet no-one else has done that. LOL John.

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by DAO

Will look at plane and train. Sounds good.

Swimming not an option due to time. I figure that would add 2 weeks!

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by johngayton

It's dead easy and very scenic. From Bucharest you need to start with a bus down to the Danube at Giurgiu then its all plain swimming. Up the Danube along the Romanian border, through Serbia and a quick Hi to Belgrade before proceeding north up through Hungary (still on the Danube). Then skirt the Slovakian border and head towards Vienna. Just as you leave Austria take a right to join the Moldau through the Czech Republic then the Elbe through Germany. Another right and a bit of a dog-leg will take you to the Havel and via Potsdam and Berlin onto the Oder. Now you're in Poland! Head south to pick up the river Warta, which is connected to the Vistula by the river Notec and the Bydgoszcz canal. Take the Vistula south and Krakow is just down the, figuratively-speaking, road.

I knew it was possible LOL ;)

Unfortunately several of the sections are against the flow, especially on the Danube, but if DAO invests in a decent pair of flippers that'll make life a bit easier.

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by DAO

Thanks to Wizzair (Bucharest to Rome) and Ryanair (Rome to Krakow) I should stay dry.

See you in Krakow!

Re: BEST WAY TO KRAKOW ?

by potempkin

Bucharest to Sighet on the night train
Cross into Ukraine
Train Teresva to Lviv next night
Early morning bus to Krakow.
Probably quicker to swim

Travel Tips for Bucharest

New and Old

by Nobbe

While taking a stroll in Bucharest you will find out that you will see both old and new buildings everywhere. The contrasts can sometime be very huge.

Here: Financial District, with the CEC Palace reflexion in the windows.

Bucharest University (Universitatea Bucuresti)

by Fam_Stoica

The University Palace was built between 1857-1869, according to the plans of the architect Al. Orascu, who was helped in decorating the exterior walls by K. Storck. In this massive construction, there functions the oldest institution of university education in Bucharest.

Mogosoaia Palace: A breath of Fresh Air

by Delia_Madalina

Mogosoaia Palace is my favourite getaway from Bucharest's life during the weekend, when I only have a few hours off. A walk along the lake and in theforest, some badminton with friends, a coffee on the terrace and I'm ready for a new week.

Built between 1698 and 1702 at the orders of Constantin Brancoveanu, the princely residence of Mogosoaia now hosts the Aula Tradition Museum. It's not spectacular, but rather tells the story to its visitor.

Bucharest Shoping Tour

by RoBeauty about malls & open air markets

Shoping in : Bucharest Mall, Mario Plaza Mall, Unirea Shoping Center, Metro, Sellgros
Carfour.. Gima Supermarket, Vegetables Markets, and in many other places by request

By request you will have the opportunity to buy kosher or hallal meal. everything you need or want In Metro is a good price and you could get back
VAT, but its not allowed to buy only one pices . In all these 3 places its required for a special Id but no worry, our guides will arrange for that.

Metrorex

by frankcanfly

This metro system didn't open until 1979, and nearly 400,000 people use it everyday. I used it for two quick trips to aid my exploration of the city. There are five lines total.

Each ride costs 1 RON, which equals about 40 cents US.

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Address: Blvd. Dacia 33, Sector 1, Bucharest, 7000, Romania