Has anyone booked train tickets successfully on the Poland rail site? https://www.intercity.pl/en/
This site seems a little confusing.
Is there a significant cost advantage from booking ahead on trains in Poland, and in most other countries in Europe? Could we get the same rates booking a day or two in advance, or do we really need to book a month or more ahead?
Wy wife and I are looking at an itinerary that would start in Gdansk, train to Warsaw for a few hours--then continue to Krakow the same day. Four nights in Krakow, then to Goerlitz Germany with midday stopover in Wroclaw.
We are ready to pay a little extra to book as we go but are wondering whether it's like Britain where you really need to book further out to avoid crazy high prices.
(I know I am opening myself up to "buy a guidebook" comments, it's on its way and they don't have Rick's Warsaw-Gdansk-Krakow at the library).