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Facts about Poland
Stuff to See and Do
If you'd like to try budget traveling by bus, choose PolskiBus. It's budget, comfortable, with wi-fi, electrical outlet, TV and so on. What can be better then enjoying landscapes, sitting in comfort and traveling abroad in a very short time.
You order tickets online and don't need to print them. Just show the ticket on your smartphone/tablet to a driver and have a great bus-trip!
There are different companies that own different train directions. So buying tickets be careful and choose the cheapest company. Use this site http://bit.ly/1oLewZB to find the timetable and prices for all Polish trains. Here you also find all stops and companies that own train directions.
If you are under 26 and not the EU citizen you can get a special 26% discount for traveling by train. But you should have personal ID (or any other document) with your date of birth. If you bought usual ticket you can buy the student's one from the controller. Don't worry, you'll take your money back at the closest ticket desk.
In Poland only young people speak English but not always. So I recommend you to buy English-Polish phrasebook that helps you to ask everything you need and don't loose your way in a new city!