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LTN London
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MAN Manchester
KTW Katowice
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BRS Bristol
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EDI Edinburgh
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Travelling to Krakow

Krakow Attractions

Krakow ticks all the boxes when it comes to historical heritage, culture and attractions. Poland's former royal capital, it has one of the most beautifully preserved old towns in Europe. Krakow embodies centuries of history, with a UNESCO-protected historic core that is literally teeming with monuments and sights, enchanting medieval properties and cobbled streets. Take in the grandeur of the 14th century Wawel Castle presiding over the town, wander through the compact historic centre to admire a treasure trove of cultural gems and fairytale landmarks, check out a cabaret show or dive into the city's restaurant and bar scene. Discover here the best deals for a Flight + Hotel to Krakow!

Things to do in Krakow

On a break in Krakow, visitors can easily fall in love with the city's medieval charm, look at the Renaissance Palace, walk to the magnificent Wawel Castle or simply meander through the atmospheric narrow streets that lace the old city. The streets surrounding the main Rynek Glowny (Main Market Square) brim with cafes, restaurants and cosy cellar bars. Day trips can also be made to explore Poland's extraordinary landscapes and unspoilt nature.

On a trip to Krakow be sure to:

  • Walk up Wawel Hill, the seat of kings and heroes and the site of the unmissable Wawel Castle and Cathedral
  • Visit the Czartoryski Museum to witness one of Poland's most valuable art collections
  • Wander through the Jewish Quarter, cobbled lanes thronged with restaurants, bars and markets
  • Visit the seven synagogues that boast a range of architectural styles from Gothic to Renaissance, Baroque to Modernism
  • Don't miss the Dragon's Pit found at the foot of Wawel Hill
  • Walk around the city's impressive Rynek Glówny (Market Square), one of the largest medieval squares in Europe
  • See St. Mary's Church built in the 14th century and listen out for the hourly bugle call from one of the towers
  • Savour traditional Polish cuisine such as dumplings with a variety of fillings, stuffed cabbage, and hunter's stew
  • Visit Cloth Hall, a centre of international trade and commerce during the 15th century
  • Take a tour of Wieliczka salt mine, a 2.5-mile route through decorated chapels, underground lakes and evidence of mining operations
  • Order a coffee and accompany it with a slice of Krakow's delicious cheesecake.
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Krakow Airports

Krakow Airport (otherwise known as John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice), is one of the largest airports in Poland, serving passengers travelling to and from Krakow and south Poland.

  • John Paul II International Airport Kraków–Balice

    Top Carriers

    A number of airlines operate flights to Krakow including: easyJet, Ryanair and LOT Polish Airlines.

    Location

    Krakow Airport is situated approximately 7 miles from the city centre, in the village of Balice, in the south of Poland.

    Transportation

    There are numerous car rental agencies operating in the terminal building and the city centre can be reached via the A4 motorway. A direct train, located in the passenger terminal, connects with the city centre in less than 20 minutes. Local buses also run to the city centre and taxis are available outside the terminal.

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