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Moving About the Baltic States (Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia)

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In beginning to piece together how I'll move from place to place in these countries, I'm noticing that some of the train trips are really excessive in length. Having never traveled to this part of the world before, I was hoping some Fodorites might have some advice on the best way to pass between the following cities/countries in this order:

Krakow-- Warsaw-- Gdansk-- Vilnius-- Riga-- Tallinn.

This is part of a much larger trip that I'll be doing on a budget, so I'm trying to avoid flying unless it's with low-cost carriers. Unfortunately, their flight routes aren't cooperating to this regard. Does anyone have any other thoughts?

Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? Thanks in advance!

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