We are going from Tatranska Lomnica to Krakow.

Preferably with train, but we're open for suggestions. We hope to avoid going through Poprad, as this would be a detour. We would like to do as much as possible by train, so that we change from bus to train when we cross the border, if possible. Most important: not too long as we are traveling with a toddler. What is the best way to do this? As for the bus part of the journey, do the bus companies provide baby seats?

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We did a bit more research and decided for bus to Zakopane, operated by www.strama.eu, departs Tatranska Lomnica 4 times a day. We then took the Train from Zakopane to Krakow. The total amount of time was a bit longer than only bus, but we wanted to keep the bus leg as short as possible.


TigerExpress runs direct minibuses. Neither they, nor their parent company LEO Express, have information on car seats on their websites.

If you want to take the train, you could take this bus to Nowy Targ and change to a train there. The total journey world take longer and cost a bit extra.

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