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1. Posted by natalie1989 (Budding Member, 64 posts) 31 Jul '12 09:18

Hello guys

i am going to get the eurostar to Paris and stay there for a week before moving onto Munich and then Berlin.

this is not until 2014 as it is the start of a RTW trip..

i originally planned to get a train from paris to munich or maybe the eurostar but once i looked it up i saw that hte eurostar only goes from paris to cologne and i think it would just be a waste of money to be honest.

I dont mind flying but i am just at a bit of a loose end as i dont know the best way to get from paris to munich.

i will probably go from munich to berlin by train maybe..

also what is the best way to get from berlin to krakow and krakow to warsaw?

sorry for all the questions!

any help would be greatly appreciated

thank you

Natalie

2. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru, 1734 posts) 1 Aug '12 10:50

Night train from Paris to Munich:

http://www.eurorailways.com/products/night_trains/paris_to_munich.htm

But a cabin is expensive so best sleep in your seat. Incidentally the Germans call Munich: Munchen.

Night or day train Berlin to Krakow:

http://www.raildude.com/en/train-connections-city/berlin-krakow/germany-poland/113

You can book into a room, shower, a few hours sleep and then up and about sightseeing.

Krakow to Warsaw by train:

http://www.escape2poland.co.uk/krakow_warsaw_train_connection.html

When in Warsaw, don't miss the museum. It's easy to walk right past it (it's on a corner in the old town).

Trains can often be booked online beforehand, and times may change between now and your trip in 2014. Even new cheap air routes might open up.

3. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5548 posts) 2 Aug '12 07:04

Quoting Cyberia

Krakow to Warsaw by train:

http://www.escape2poland.co.uk/krakow_warsaw_train_connection.html

When in Warsaw, don't miss the museum. It's easy to walk right past it (it's on a corner in the old town).

Which museum?

4. Posted by Cyberia (Travel Guru, 1734 posts) 2 Aug '12 11:13

Historical museum. There are some others. I found a photo on wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:VarsaviaPiazzaMercatoCitt%C3%A0VecchiaLatoDekert.jpg

It's the building on the far left with the white poster. The large square was filled with chairs and tables and people eating and drinking last time I was there.

If in Warsaw on Sunday morning, there is a large boot sale just outside the Old Town which has lots of interesting nick-naks for sale.

5. Posted by natalie1989 (Budding Member, 64 posts) 5 Aug '12 03:27

Thank you Cyberia! that has really helped! i will look into it.

cheers

x