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Krakow is Poland's second-largest city offering many stunning sights, restaurants and vibrant nightlife. The city is divided into Old Town, Western Part, Southern Part and Eastern Part. The former country's capital is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Europe.
Some of the top attractions that this city has to offer are the Market Square, Wawel Castle, Barbican, St. Florian's Gate and St Mary's Basilica. The city experiences four definite seasons, summer being hot and humid and winter always sees Krakow under a blanket of snow.
Transportation options in Krakow
Getting around Krakow is pretty straightforward. The city has a relatively good public transport system which consists of tramways, bus lines, taxis and several privately-owned minibus fleets. Taxi cabs are plentiful and relatively expensive.
The central railway station is outside the Old Town District, and it offers rail connections to most Polish cities. The trains to Warsaw depart every hour, and there are also routes to international destinations like Bratislava, Prague, Hamburg, Berlin and many others.
The Krakow Fast Tram system (KST) is a tram system that connects the southern and northern parts of Krakow. Currently, only two lines operate, Line no. 50 and Line no. 52. Krakow is a modern and busy city of considerable size, so the rush hour traffic jams have become regular, nevertheless, there seems to be much less congestion here than in most cities in the world.
Getting to/from Krakow International
John Paul II International Airport Krakow Balice is an international airport located near the village of Balice, 11 km west of the city centre, in southern Poland. It is the second-busiest in Poland with 8.5 million passengers served annually. Krakow International is easily accessible by a suburban train line, public buses, airport taxi or by a private airport transfer.
The suburban line will take you to the Main Railway Station in about 17 minutes. Tickets are available onboard. The public buses are available every 30 minutes during the day and every hour during the night.
Book a private airport transfer from Krakow International
For a fast and stress-free transfer from Krakow International, we recommend booking a private airport transfer with us. You can make the reservation online in advance, and when you arrive, a private vehicle will be waiting for you. It is a door-to-door service, so you can relax and enjoy the ride to your hotel.
City Airport Taxis arrange transfers from Krakow Airport to Krynica, Limanowa, Nowy Targ, Zakopane and Zamosc. The cost for the private Krakow airport taxi is fixed and can be paid online or in cash to the driver. Depending on the number of passengers and luggage, you can choose a vehicle that will satisfy your needs.
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