My flight in Frankfurt lands at 6:20am on a Wednesday, and i have the choice of flying direct to Krakow on a 8:20am flight, or to Warsaw on a 7:25am or 9:15am flight.
I would like to spend that night in Krakow and start seeing Krakow the following day. So i have the following options:
(1) flying directly to Krakow, and spending 1 more day there. I already have 4 days planned there (inlc Auschwutz, salt mines, etc.).
(2) I'd really like to see Warsaw and i doubt i will be back to Poland anytime soon - so would like to take any opportunity i get. So I could take the 9:15am flight and arrive in Warsaw at 11am. But then aim to take the 5:30pm train from Warsaw to Krakow. However, with immigration, the ride from the airport (via taxi) to the Old City, figuring out how to get to the train station, buying tickets and figuring out which platform to go to - am not sure if that really leaves decent time to walk around the Old City and go to the Warsaw Uprising Museum (for a short while anyway)? Appreciate any thoughts anyone may have on this. I am happy to take taxis from one place to another to save time.
(3) anyone familiar with Frankfurt connecting flights? Any possibility for me to catch the 7:25am flight when i am scheduled to land at 6:20am? i can travel with only carry-on if needed.
I realise this will only give me only a very very short time to see Warsaw and doesn't do it justice, but in light of the time constraints i'd like to do what i can, if it is even at all possible.
Thanks for any advice!!Edited: 18 September 2012, 22:14