Monday, the 10th September, by rail from Budapest to Krakow.
Depart Budapest Keleti 07.25 by EC 136, arrive Ostrava hl.n. 12.57, depart Ostrava hl.n. 13.49 by EC 111 (the destination of this train is Warszawa Wschodnia), arrive Katowice 15.47, depart Katowice 16.18 by R 4336, arrive Krakow Glowny 18.32
Hotel Pod Roza, UI Floranska 14, 31021 Krakow.

Tuesday and Wednesday, the 11th and 12th of September.
Krakow was the furthest east we travelled. The old town is not large and although there were many long wheel base jeeps offering city tours we never saw a hop-on, hop-off bus. In reality a bus was not needed since the city is steeped in the history of the Nazi occupation and atrocities and, aided by a street map, the specific locations we wanted to see took very little finding.


To view another city click on the orange link "Eight European cities and Auschwitz" by train" at the top left hand corner of the screen.
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