Flights to Krakow

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Departure Mon, 15 Jan Return Wed, 17 Jan
STN London
KRK Krakow
return from £49
Departure Sat, 13 Jan Return Tue, 16 Jan
LPL Liverpool
KRK Krakow
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Departure Wed, 10 Jan Return Mon, 15 Jan
MAN Manchester
KRK Krakow
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Departure Fri, 05 Jan Return Mon, 08 Jan
EDI Edinburgh
KRK Krakow
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Popular flight routes to Krakow
London - Krakow
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Liverpool - Krakow
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Manchester - Krakow
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Edinburgh - Krakow
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Leeds Bradford - Krakow
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Bristol - Krakow
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Trips to Krakow

Krakow travel

Krakow, a city in southern Poland, is the second largest city and one of the main tourist attractions. The Old Town is a well-conserved medieval core, flanked by Planty Park and remains of medieval walls, centred in the huge market square. One of Poland's main attractive cities and former capital, it is the seat of the ancient kings and its history comes steeped in myth and legend. Krakow's Old Town, the medieval market, is crammed with cafes, galleries, pubs and restaurants. This might be an old-fashioned town, but with such a rich heritage that trips to Krakow have their own stories to tell.

Things to do and places to see in Krakow

Flights to Krakow international airport give tourists the first peek of the city skyline looming over Carpathian Mountains. Krakow has a rich history and culture dating back to the 14th century with a number of artists having lived on its soil. The city has an excellent collection of paintings from various artists including one from Leonardo da Vinci.

Be sure to soak in its culture and savour its beauty by visiting the following:

  • Visit the fort, Wawel Royal Castle, atop a 750ft hill above sea level and an emblem of Polish statehood
  • When at the Czartoryskich Muzeum don't miss "Lady with Ermine", painted by Leonardo da Vinci
  • Feel adventurous like "Indiana Jones" and walk into the Dragon's Den at the foot of the Wawel Hill
  • Shop at the largest market square of medieval Europe, which - even today - remains the biggest shopping centre
  • Visit the St. Mary's Basilica which is a jewel of gothic architecture and has a story to tell about two brothers
  • When at St. Mary's view the Viet Stoss, a Gothic Altar, a masterpiece and the largest in Europe
  • Walk the 4km long Planty Park which surrounds the Old Town built almost two centuries ago
  • Walk the colourful steps at Podgórze, inscribed with quotations from the literary world
  • Take a boat trip down Vistula River which separates the shopping districts of Old Town and Kazimierz
  • Venture into Kazimierz to leave the tourist bustle behind to enjoy the authentic local cuisines from the residents of Krakow

Krakow airports

Krakow International Airport, also known as the John Paul II International Airport, manages domestic and international carriers.

  • Krakow International Airport

    Top airlines

    You can find loads of deals and cheap flights to Krakow on Ryanair, easyJet and Lufthansa.


    The airport, which is located in Balice, is about 12km from the main city centre of Krakow.

    Transport options

    Krakow has well-developed ground transport systems. There are regular bus lines (208, 252) which run to the city centre at intervals of approximately 30 minutes. These buses run from the passenger terminals at the airport. The journey by train from the airport to the city centre will get you there in approximately 17 minutes and is the fastest mode of travel. You can catch these trains from the airport terminals itself. If you are looking to tour or visit the city on your own, you can opt for the car rental service or the taxi service. Both of them can be pre-booked for a faster checkout.

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