The railway network in Poland is well developed. You can reach most places in the country by train. Intercity trains (express) run between the larger cities and you can get to other localities taking the regional or fast trains. Timetables are available at railway stations and on the Internet.
You can obtain information on train times at railway stations, at the office marked 'I' (Information) or from timetables, which are similar in all of Poland, at the railway station or large tourist offices. They appear in two colours - yellow (departures) and white (arrivals).
Train timetables on the Internet
Information on interurban railway connections is available on:
Intercity train tickets can be booked on:
If you are planning a trip make sure to check your arrival time, whether you have to change trains, and if there is a restaurant car on the train. It may be important to know the length of time of your journey because certain trains can take as much as twice the time to cover the same distance, especially for long trips such as Warsaw Krakow which with the Intercity train takes 3 hours.