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Train Travel in Poland

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We'll be going to Poland at the end of the summer and expect to travel from one point to another via the train lines. Looking through the forums there seems to be a minimal amount of focus on Poland, typically looks as though its a "stopping off point" for trips outside (i.e. to Prague, Vienna, etc.). Has anyone experienced train travel in Poland betwen the minor towns?

Our itenarary is the following:

Cracow 6 nights
Wroclow 3 nights
Turon 3 nights
Warsaw 3 nights

I've the flights, and the hotels for all but Warsaw, which will be the easiest I expect. The train scheduls I've found between Cracow to Wroclaw and Wroclaw to Turon all show about 5+ hours - do you know if it would take less time by car, and if there is another alternative. Not really keen on spending 5+ hours on the train, and we are definately not night train folks, I'm travelling with hubby and mom, who'll be 79 while in Poland.

Thanks in advance.

Delvino

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