We were planning to go do Bialowieza National Park with my girlfriend, but there's one thing we are wondering about. Is going there by public transportation very limiting? I mean, we know we can get to Bialowieza ok, but what after getting there? Is there enough to see in close proximity (I mean, distance average person can cover on a bike in one day, and by the things to see I mean routes you can take in NP, for example) to fill 5-6 days of stay? I feel like going without a car may be a…
In august (Saturday 19th or Sunday the 20th) I would like to travel from Warsaw Central to Treblinka (Malkinia) ..... visiting Treblinka Museum. After doing some research - on the web - it looks like there is no early morning train/bus servce is on these dates/on this route ?? Does anybody know there is any other bus or train option (early morning)?? Return on the same day (evening). Thanks
Going to Krakow next weekend and wanted to plan the Auschwitz trip.
On the website it says the entrance free, but you need a reservation ticket. When applying online for the ticket, Im not able to make individual reservation without paying a fee. Am I doing something wrong or did it change and it isnt free anymore?
I have some very tentative ideas on taking the train to Lviv, and to have Przemysl as a stop. They have an impressive range of Austrian fortifications around, which I always find intriguing. Does anybody knows whether the city has a bicycle rental to explore some of those?
We are going to Szczecin one week in summer or autumn. We have the possibility to go either end of July or beginning of November. Which is better? I've heard that Szczecin in July is terribly hot, sticky and lots of mosquitos. But November will be cold, rainy and dark - real autumn must possibly. Unfortuneately, these are the only two options for us.
Which alternative should we choose?
I will be visiting Poland in a few weeks on my way to Ukraine. I will have only a few days left before I have to leave the Schengen states by the time I reach Poland. I just wanted to confirm that I can stay in Poland for 90 days once I enter Poland. Do I need to get an entry stamp before I exit for Ukraine? How does it all work?