From Poland to international cities
Warsaw - Vilnius
In order to get to Vilnius you will need to take a train from Warszawa Centralna to Bialystok with the Polish Railways (PKP) (2 hours trip) then take a Traukinio train for 4 hours to Kaunas and finally take the Lithuanian Railways train from Kaunas to Vilnius (1-hour trip).
Warsaw - Budapest
You can take a direct night train from Warszawa Centralna to Budapest-Nyugati, the travel lasts 10h20.
Keep in mind that seat reservations for night trains are required. We advise you to reserve in advance.
Lublin - Bratislava
In order to go from Lublin to Bratislava, you'll need to take a train from Lublin station to Warszawa Wschodnia (2h57) and then take a second to train to Bratislava hl. st. (8hours trip).
Poznan - Berlin
The Eurocity from the Polish Railways (PKP) can take you to Berlin Ostbahnhof in 2h35.
Wroclaw - Prague
In order to travel to Prague, you will need to take three trains.
- Wroclaw Glowny - Miedzylesie (2h12) Polish Railways (PKP)
- Miedzylesie - Usti nad Orlici (1h) Czech Railways (ČD)
- Usti nad Orlici - Praha hl. n. (1h40) Czech Railways (ČD)
Traveling to Poland
The Polish national railway is PKP and TLK. Reservations are required for InterCity, Express InterCity trains, Express InterCity Premium (10€ supplement if the reservation has been done outside of Poland) and for long-distance regional trains Twoje Linie Kolejowe (TLK), EuroCity (EC) and Euro Night (EN).
They are three private train companies in Poland: Arriva RP, SKM and WKD. They are not included in the Interrail Pass.
Interesting places to visit in Poland:
- Krakow (2h24 from Warsaw by train)
- Gdansk (2h51 from Warsaw by train)
- Wroclaw (3h55 from Warsaw by train)
- Poznan (3h39 from Warsaw by train)
- Lublin (3h04 from Warsaw by train)
With an Interrail Pass
Traveling to Poland with an Interrail Pass? Make sure to get the most out of your pass and check out the Interrail Pass benefits in Poland.