Of course, if you are not from Poland, or maybe from another city, but you are fascinated by flying, your first stop will probably be the Balice or Pyrzowice airports, not far from Katowice. These are the two airports closest to the city and best connected to it.
So no matter what your purpose of coming here is, whether it’s sightseeing or moving, you have to get here somehow. There are flights to Krakow airport from all over the world, so the city is very culturally diverse and you can hear different languages around every corner. Fortunately the local people are used to it and they are happy to help.
Once you get off the plane, I assure you that it will be quick and easy to get to the city center. The trip takes about 30 minutes. Public transportation is well developed, with buses, trains and cabs running all day and night. I also recommend using private carriers: Krakow airport VIP transfer, Krakow airport transfer with Krakow Direct and many, many others. You will find precise signs directing you to the right departure points as well as company representatives.
If you are interested in sightseeing in Krakow, you can immediately ask about organized guided tours. This is the best way to see all the major sites in the city and learn about their interesting history.
As a tourist and student city, Krakow offers a wide range of accommodation in terms of hotels, private apartments and apartments. As you can see on a daily basis, the city is growing every day. There are constantly new buildings and places where you can stay. Both, those more demanding comfort, as well as the average student will find something suitable for themselves. Depending on your preferences: city center, park, side neighborhoods. All have excellent public transport connections to the rest of the city. It’s best to sit down beforehand and plan everything out.
You live in Krakow? What more could you want
In the city of Krakow there is everything. Chinese restaurants, Italian pizzerias, American fast foods’ Turkish kebabs that by the way particularly captured Florianska Street… and all these in the one city. In Krakow you can actually taste every kitchen of the world, and considering Krakow cosmopolitanism there is no way not to mention, that even with no leaving the city you can go to…. Kiev. Exactly! The old Kiev Cinema, recently renamed on Center of Kiev is one of the most important focal points of art and culture in Krakow. Location of the cinema is probably the best that it could be, because the building is located on Zygmunt Krasinski Avenue 34 and it is undoubtedly the ideal place considering the extent of public transport. There is also no problem with catching Krakow airport taxis, especially that just a few meters from the cinema there the road leading straight to Krakow Airport turns, so close the building there crosses a lot of bus and tram lines. This is undoubtedly a huge convenience for society hungering for art. The proximity of Błonia, and the most historically important streets also encourage people to come to the place.
Krakow is not a city, it’s a lifestyle
Krakow– it is so wonderful place… No matter whether you’re in a steady relationship or you’re single, you will never feel lonely here in the city of Krakow. The main square always full of people, crowded Florianska Street and very climate but not in the last deserted Kazimierz are trademarks of the city. Actually, for me Krakow is more than the city, it is so wonderful itself that it’s a shame to waste the time to share Krakow with someone else. I mean, a single way of life in Krakow is a real blessing. Hundreds of beautiful places the city offers you… they really deserve to be enjoyed to up the mines, and to give them all your attention. Most of these places you can get to by Krakow airport taxi directly, but there are some of them you need to spend pretty few minutes of walk to get to – for example the top of Kościuszko’s Mound, where a breathtaking view is waiting for you. Considering more commercial places like theaters or the Krakow concert hall, where you can get trouble-free by bus, there is a whole lot of them. Is not it more favourable to be an independent person and greedily, to fully benefit from all the beauty that Krakow offers? Without sharing it with anyone?
For fans of adrenaline
If you like crossing your limits, experiencing interesting experiences and raising your blood pressure, then Krakow can provide you with such attractions. Bungee jumping, diving in the Zakrzówek lagoon, kayaking or ballooning. You can feel the freedom, admire the panorama of the city and have fun at the same time. I recommend to take advantage of these opportunities!