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Getting around Poland - transportation logistics

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I'm starting to think about a Poland itinerary for May. I'd be flying from Boston and I'm finding it tough to nail down airfare. I "think" I've found the most expeditious route, but am looking for confirmation.

I want to visit: Gdansk, Warsaw and Krakow. I think the easiest route is:

Boston to Gdansk (via Lufthansa through Frankfurt)
Train/quick flight from Gdansk to Warsaw (not sure which is quickest?)
Train/quick flight from Warsaw to Krakow (again, not sure what is quickest?)
Krakow to Boston (via Lufthansa through Frankfurt)

Is there a smarter way to do this itinerary? I'm not as concerned about price as I am making the best use of my time, so limited stopovers and shortest travel time are key. Anything I'm missing here that I should know?

Thanks in advance!

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