How to get from Slovenia to Poland ?

rowtarka @ 09-06-2008 17:55

i'm a bit of a traveller-beginner, and a student...but actually i don't really want to travel in the real meaning of the word this time, so no sightseeing and so on. i would just like to visit someone in Jaroslaw, eastern from Krakow. i'm from Slovenia and i don't have any problems with going to Ljubljana anytime. and of course it is meant to be a 2-way driving hehe
i thought it'd be ok to go by train...especially i want make the way as cheap as possible.
so if anyone can help me with just any information..please, help 😉

Pete @ 10-06-2008 07:52

hej ... 🙂

for planing your tour and find out everything about train schedules, use this link:

and for the pricing... a one way ticket on this route will be about 115 EUR (no discounts are included - maybe you get one) ... only to have a value which you can compare to an InterRail ticket... 🙂

I think an InterRail pass 5 travel-days within a period of 10 days for around 159 EUR might be interesting if you calculate as well your way back home... but also try to ask at the station in your home town, maybe they have more information about the normal train ticket ... 🙂

all the best,

rowtarka @ 10-06-2008 14:45

well thanks a lot :P
i'll just go searching and asking further of course, but at least it's great to have some info to start with 😉

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