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Top Experiences For Visitors To Krakow
If you are looking to experience a city filled with history and culture, make sure to add Poland to your travel itinerary by booking flights to Krakow on Webjet. Snapping up tickets to Krakow will land you right in the historical centre to Poland. Once the capital of Poland, Krakow is a city brimming with churches, monasteries, palaces and many old public buildings and medieval remains. In short, travellers aboard flights to Krakow have an almost never-ending list of things to do, see and experience.
Flying into Krakow John Paul II International Airport (KRK) will see travellers land in the southern region of Poland, right on the Vistula River. Flights to Krakow will take you to the historical city that dates back to the 7th century, and is filled with historical sites and monuments. Krakow Old Town has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The area has one of the largest medieval market squares in Europe and is an exciting place to do some shopping. The Kazimierz Neighbourhood, a historic Jewish district, is a trendy area filled with galleries, museums, boutique shops and coffee shops. If you bought your tickets to Krakow to experience some of the Jewish culture, this area has many synagogues and hosts more than 30 000 people each year for the Jewish Culture Festival. Make sure to grab your cheap flights to Krakow as soon as possible if you don’t want to miss out on this event. Booked flights to Krakow because of its name as an artistic centre? Then one of your must-do experiences should be to visit the Art Nouveau church St Francis’ Basilica and the contemporary art at Bunkier Sztuki and at MOCAK.
If you’ve booked return flights to Krakow with children, or if you are simply a nature lover, there are many outdoors activities that you can easily do. If you book your flights to Krakow early enough and are lucky to visit during the warm summer months of May to August, you should definitely take time to visit one of Krakow’s natural beauties. These include taking a walk in Bielany-Tyniec Landscape Park, visiting the Krakow Zoo that has more than 1400 animals, or going to Zakrzowek. Zakrzowek is a crystal-clear reservoir that is found just outside of the city and is a fun spot that locals frequent to swim or cliff dive. You can swim here safely through the scuba diving school or simply go for the beautiful views. Other experiences include visiting the Auschwitz, which is approximately 66 kilometres from Krakow. Your transport options to Auschwitz are varied and include bus, train or guided tour. If you have booked your airfare to Krakow with children or have only booked tickets to Krakow for a short trip, an interesting excursion that may pique your interest could be to Wieliczka Salt Mine. With statues, chandeliers and even a lake deep underground, this mine will expose you to a mix of the art and mining histories within Poland.
The Best Time to Visit
Book cheap flights to Krakow for travel when the weather is still pleasant and there are not as many tourists around; between March and May and September to November. These are the city’s warmer seasons and will leave you with many more outdoor activities to do. If your tickets to Krakow are booked for travel in the winter months make sure to pack warmly as the temperatures can drop below 0°C. Winter can be a great time to find deals on cheap flights to Krakow, plus travellers can explore local Christmas markets or see the Christmas Crib Contest.
Travelling Into Krakow From the Airport
Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK) is located approximately 11 kilometres or 6.8 miles west of Krakow, in Balice. The airport is well-equipped with many transport options to get you into the city. Visitors with limited knowledge of Polish may want to book may transfers from the Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK) beforehand. Some of the options available include the Krakow Airport Taxi, the only official taxi service at the airport. This service can be booked prior to your arrival. Fares for this service range between 29,00PLN and 129,00PLN, depending on the distance you are travelling. If you would feel more comfortable hiring a rental car for you to get around during your stay, Webjet offers this service when you book cheap flights to Krakow. If you are opting for public transport, look to the Leo Express train and FLIXBUS. Both options travel between Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK) and the city, so can be used by those with return flights to Krakow when it’s time to begin your journey home.
The new Krakow Airport train station is conveniently located near the passenger terminal and the trains are fully-equipped with WiFi, power outlets and air-conditioning, as well as being suitable for passengers with reduced mobility. Fares range from 9,00PLN to 12,50PLN and can easily be bought at the airport upon arrival at Kraków John Paul II International Airport (KRK).