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Warsaw - Bratislava
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Train Warsaw → Bratislava


Duration 7h00 - From $147

Warsaw - Bratislava

The average travel time between Warsaw and Bratislava is 7h33 minutes. The quickest route is 7h00 minutes. The first train leaving Warsaw is at 06:50, the last at 21:26. There is an average of 4 trains a day between Warsaw and Bratislava, leaving approximately every 6h15 minutes.
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    City that saw war, emerges peacefully and beautifully

    City that saw war, emerges peacefully and beautifully The bombs dropped. The city was destroyed. A wall went up and Warsaw was bathed in Red for decades. Wall comes down, capitalism floods the streets and voila – Warsaw, uprising. And there's a very (very) short history of the capital of Poland. It's amazing how after such a short period of time, a city can recover with grace, beauty and modernity. This is evident even in Warsaw's Centralna train station. When you arrive, take the escalator two levels up to the main hall for your choice of transport to the city center. Whether you take a bus, tram or train, prepare to be surprised. Learn more about Warsaw

    What’s “next” in Central Europe

    What’s “next” in Central Europe For a former eastern-bloc city, Bratislava is doing remarkably well. Bratislava and its surrounding area is the second most prosperous region in Central Europe, just behind Prague. But everyone knows about going to the "Czech" part of the former Czechoslovakia, while Slovak's are just starting to see an influx of in-the-know travelers coming to soak up the café culture and youthful atmosphere. Here's a short history lesson : after the fall of the Great Moravian Empire, Slovakia became part of Hungary from the 10th century until the end of the First World War when the treaty of trianon granted Slovakia to Czechoslovakia. Between 1939 and 1944, the country was a German-controlled state, and then was conquered by the Soviets to recreate a pro-Soviet Czechoslovakia. Since 1993, Bratislava has been the capital of the independent Slovak republic. And Slovak's have wasted no time embracing capitalism. Learn more about Bratislava

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     Dep.Arr.DurationChange(s)MOTUWETHFRSASU
    1WARSZAWA CENTRALNA.
    06:50
    BRECLAV CS
    12:47
    N°: 103
    2BRECLAV CS
    12:59
    BRATISLAVA HL S.
    13:50
    N°: 277
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    06:5013:5007:00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
    1WARSZAWA CENTRALNA.
    09:45
    BOHUMIN
    14:03
    N°: 110
    2BOHUMIN
    14:52
    BRECLAV CS
    16:48
    N°: 531
    3BRECLAV CS
    16:59
    BRATISLAVA HL S.
    17:50
    N°: 173
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    09:4517:5008:05 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
    1WARSZAWA CENTRALNA.
    12:50
    BRECLAV CS
    18:48
    N°: 105
    2BRECLAV CS
    18:59
    BRATISLAVA HL S.
    19:50
    N°: 175
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    12:5019:5007:00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
    1WARSZAWA CENTRALNA.
    21:26
    BRATISLAVA HL S.
    05:36
    N°: 407
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    21:2605:3608:10 Direct 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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