Getting there

Stary Sącz is situated in the south of Poland or, to be more precise, in the south part of the Lesser Poland region, in the Nowy Sącz poviat. It is practically a twin town of its younger yet bigger ‘brother’ – Nowy Sącz.

The fastest and easiest way to get there is by car. Driving from Kraków, you need to take the A4 motorway to Brzesk, then the 75 main road to Nowy Sącz. From there the easiest way is through Chełmiec (by-passing the city along the right bank of the Dunajec river) and then through Brzezna, where at the roundabout you go to St. Kinga’s Bridge, and shortly after the bridge you reach your destination  – Stary Sącz.

Buses are punctual and trustworthy, so we can recommend this means of transport; a direct bus from Kraków to Nowy Sącz takes about 2.5 to 3 hours. However, there is only a limited number of direct buses, which does not allow for much flexibility. Therefore, it is worth considering changing in Nowy Sącz, where buses from Kraków run with a frequency of two per hour. Buses and minibuses from Nowy Sącz to Stary Sącz go frequently, so you should have no problems with transport at this leg of your journey. Buses on the Nowy Sącz – Stary Sącz line are designated with Nos. 11 and 24 (several buses an hour).

Trains, on the other hand, are not such a good idea as the journey can prove rather long. Trains to Stary Sącz from Kraków go through Tarnów and Nowy Sącz, and it may take you up to 8 hours to get there (including changes). However, railway transport is a great idea when you consider local trips through the Poprad  Valley. Taking a train along the Poprad river makes for a beautiful and impressive trip. It is also an easy way to get to Piwniczna, Muszyna, or even Krynica. There are five rides a day – not an impressive number, perhaps, but certainly sufficient to plan an interesting outing.

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