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Warsaw Krakow Zakopane

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We plan a trip to Poland next spring that will include 1 week in Warsaw (business) and then we'd like to spend a few days each in Krakow and Zakopane. We prefer train travel between these cities. While I've seen a thread about these three places, it is more than a few years old with some broken links, so I thought I'd re-start a newer thread.

Some basics: the hotel in Warsaw will largely be based on convenience to the business commitment, but we are open for suggestions in the other cities. While we like a good value, we have financial flexibility for a place that might have some history, some nicer amenities, and a good location. We prefer to NOT spend all our time getting to where we really want to be.

Travel interests: museums, architecture, good food, nice walks, interesting shopping and cultural districts. The possibility of some hiking is a plus around Zakopane.

If anyone knows a good ballrooom-style dance spot, that would also be appreciated. Long before "Dancing With the Stars," we were foxtrotting and tango-ing. No head-banger discos, please.

Time of year: probably late spring early summer.

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