Plan your trip from Krakow to Berlin

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sights you can visit along the way

Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979, there can be few people not aware of the horrors of Auschwitz, the infamous Nazi concentration camp. 
Located on the road between Katowice and Krakov, Bedzin developed into an important market town which flourished thanks to the medieval salt trade. 
Baroque, neo-Gothic, neo-Renaissance, with, allegedly, a Templar chapel in the basement, Moszna’s richly eclectic mix of architectural styles reflects its wildly varied history. 
Built in less than a year, these seventeenth-century churches are the largest timber-framed religious buildings in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
UNESCO listed Muskau Park stretches across both sides of the German and Polish borders and forms the largest English gardens found in Central Europe. 
It might look like the Eiffel Tower’s fallen over, but this feat of engineering is one of the largest mobile machines in the world. 
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This trip takes 6 hours and 14 minutes and costs €375 in total for 2 passengers.