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Train travel in Czech and Poland

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I’m traveling in the Czech Republic and Poland for a week each. I want to know the best option for travel while there (not car). While in Prague I plan day trips to Ceský Krumlov, Melnik and possibly Olomouc. I plan to take a train from Prague to Krakow and while in Poland take a few day trips from Krakow and an eventual train back to Prague. I would like to consider a Eurorail pass but am not sure it covers regional trains to some of my destinations and in some cases have read that buses are more direct, shorter times and better choices that trains with stops.
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