Information published on 27 September 2016 in the UIC electronic newsletter "UIC eNews" Nr 516.

Belarus/Poland: Belarusian Railways and the Polish company PKP Intercity launch a Krakow-Warsaw-Grodno rail service from 4 September 2016

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Belarusian Railways and the Polish company PKP Intercity have launched a Krakow-Warsaw-Grodno rail service from 4 September.

The route will be serviced by a Polish train that will run daily between Grodno and Krakow via Warsaw, Bialystok and Kuznica. The train will depart from Grodno at 15:32 to make a stop in Bialystok at 17:08, another one at the Warsaw Central Railway Station (Warszawa Centralna) at 20:15, and finally arrive in Krakow at 23:04.

On the way back, it will depart from Krakow at 4:46, make a stop in Warsaw at 7:36, in Bialystok at 10:30, and reach Grodno at 14:22. The price of a one-way ticket to Kuznica is Br13.33, to Bialystok Br16.39, to Warsaw Br34.31, and to Krakow Br46.77.

The project is expected to make railway transport more attractive for passengers and tourists.

(Source: Belarusian Railways)