Koleje Dolnośląskie’s International train connections from Wrocław to the Czech Republic and Germany will be restored from tomorrow.
From July 1, passengers will be able to use over 40 trains connecting Lower Silesia with the Czech towns of Kralovec, Lichkov and Harrachov. Two days later, the weekend service between Wrocław and Prague run by Leo Express and Koleje Dolnośląskie will return too.
On July 4th, trains to the German border towns of Forst and Görlitz will be back, and the same is true of the connection to Dresden. On top of that, Koleje Dolnośląskie are running more connections to popular Polish holiday destinations such as Szklarska Poręba.
The restored routes open up a number of possibilities for travel to other destinations in Lower Silesia as well as both Germany and Czech Republic.
If you are looking for inspiration, feel free to check out our article on the Euro Nysa ticket offer and guide to train travel in the Czech Republic. Please note that both these pieces are from our archives and will be updated in the coming weeks.