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appoggiarsi a dei privati che offrono servizi di trasporto e organizzano gite a buon prezzo
la vita costa poco in generale. non c'è bisogno di tattiche
Everything is cheap in Krakow.
Don't book tours! Do everything your own way if you really want to save. Poland's transportation system is very efficient. If you want to reach sites such as Auschwitz and the Wieliczka Salt Mines, there are countless of buses going to these sites during the day and you will only spend around 6-10 euros for a roundtrip fare! Though I would suggest you buy a one way ticket all the time if you don't want to wait long for the same bus company upon your return. Also, luxury apartments range from 35-50 euros a night, so if you're like me who likes a little bit of convenience and comfort with a budget-friendly price, scout for apartments like Zamkowa 15.
By tram and bus. Very easy to use but always remember to validate your ticket when you get on, they are very strict with this even though it is not always clear what you have to do. If you do not validate your ticket when you get on you will be liable to a fine if an inspector gets on, which he did when we were travelling and someone got taken off the bus
Grab a tram network map, buy a tram pass for the day and go and ride the trams all day. This way for the equivalent of just four pounds you can get to explore and see all the extremities; north south east and west for a full 24 hours on one ticket and just hop on and hop off wherever.
We stayed in the old city, which is nice & compact. Caught a tram within the 20 min zone & paid the equivalent of £2 for two people (not each) for a return journey.
Walk, step off the beaten track; no need for tour guides, unless you just want the experience. Get opinions from those who might be helpful.
Eat at a local "Milk Bar" - an old communist concept where you can stuff yourself with decent Polish food for basically no money at all
By foot. Everything is within comfortable amble.Good walking shoes essential.