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I know a direct train exists (it was answered here). I tried to buy it via the polish rail and via the Czech rail but without success. How can I buy an electronic ticket for this connection?

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    Did you try following the Seat 61 instructions on booking Krakow to Prague tickets from abroad? Only those look fairly detailed on the options and pricing! – Gagravarr Jun 19 '14 at 18:14
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    What did you try? How far did you get? What problems did you face along the way? What errors? What issues? Just as with things like StackOverflow, full details helps a lot! – Gagravarr Jun 19 '14 at 21:56
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    You can book your ticket using booking.polrail.com and pickup in Krakow. What problems are you having using the polrail site? I did this exact route last week so I can detail the steps if that will answer your question. – Craig Curtis Jun 20 '14 at 9:41
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    Damn, I'd totally buy that ticket for a price of "0". =P – Aditya Somani Jun 20 '14 at 10:55
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    @nsn Could you please add all this to the question and not only in comments? – Relaxed Jun 21 '14 at 10:52
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I have been looking for all possible options and luckily I could find something. Please double check but I notice this site:

http://speciale-aanbiedingen.nl.voyages-sncf.com/nl/start-verkoop?prex=T_AFF_520B5C23D5C9A&ectrans=1

You can book your ticket and it should cost 72.40 euros and 8 hours+ travel time. From Kwakow to Prague. On this site you can change the language settings to UK English. Please note that if you do that the price will be quoted in Pound Sterling and that not all destinations are available. Only the most common.

Europe Train Booking Site

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    When Voyages-SNCF quotes prices in pounds, they're usually well above the normal price, in my experience. Does the price in pounds match the price in euros in this case? And does the price in euros quoted by Voyages-SNCF match the normal ticket price that you'd pay in Poland or the Czech Republic? – Gilles Jun 21 '14 at 11:20
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There is a night train operated by flag carriers PKP Intercity and České dráhy (ČD / Czech Railways). That is available for booking at www.intercity.pl or at station.

LEO Express runs buses across border connecting to their trains to Prague. You may want to book that trip online at www.le.cz.

The same model (bus + train) uses RegioJet, and sells online at jizdenky.regiojet.cz

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For me train tickets look a bit too expensive. I know you can use Polski Bus, wich is something like flixbus and the ticket cost around 15-35 euros.

Another good option is, in my opinion, bla bla car. Once I went to Prague for 12 euros but it was a few years ago.

To travel around Krakow I recommend http://krakowdirect.com/ I used their services to bring my parents from the airport to my apartment and it was great.

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    This does not attempt to answer the question, which asks where to buy tickets from – Nick C Jan 2 '18 at 10:57

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