There seems to be no direct train / flight connection, and the bus would take like forever. Google tells me it's just a 4h drive, but I couldn't find a good way to get there without a car.

What would be the preferred route that is

  1. fast
  2. not too expensive
  3. does not include too many intermediate stops (and does not rely on short transition times)

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    Also, we can't really tell you what is "best." We need more specific guidelines than "fast" and "not to expensive". What is expensive to you may be a bargain for someone else. Can you tell us a specific budget and a specific timeline you're aiming for? – Flimzy Aug 19 '15 at 17:32
  • Seems (to me) like the 'best' would be to drive (rental car), but a good ole' thumb might do it too – CGCampbell Aug 19 '15 at 19:20

According Rome2Rio, your options are:

  1. Train + bus through Wroclaw (7.5 hours)

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  1. Train through Wroclaw (9.5 hours)

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  1. Car rental/car sharing (6.5 hours)

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