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Krakow - easy to reach

Arrival in Krakow

By Plane:

The Airport
The John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice
Balice, ul. kpt. Medweckiego 1
Phone 285 5120, 639 31 27

Direct flights to: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bonn/Cologne, Budapest, Copenhagen, Chicago, Dortmund, Dublin, Frankfurt, Glasgow, London, Milan, Munich, Oslo, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stuttgart, Tel Aviv, Warsaw, Vienna, Zurich, in season: Chania, Heraklion, Rhodes.
For updated information on flights and connections, see the website:
On the spot: foreign currency exchange bureaus, ATMs, BPH-PBK S.A. bank branches, restaurant and coffee shop at the passengers terminal, view terrace coffee shop, duty free shop in the main flight departure hall, 24/7 parking lot, car rentals agency.
You can book your flight online, via a Call Centre or your travel agency, using credit or debit cards for payment. When purchasing the flight, you will receive a confirmation number - this simply means that your booking has been successfully completed and that your seat is confirmed. Low cost airlines are "ticketless airlines" so you do not need any ticket. You just have to come to the airport with your confirmation number and your boarding pass will be given to you when checking in.

You can receive detailed information at the web sites of each carrier.

Germanwings to: Stuttgart, Cologne/Bonn
call center: phone numbers available at web site

easyJet to: Berlin, Dortmund, London
call center: phone numbers available at the web site

SkyEurope to: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris, Rome, Manchester
call center: phone numbers available at the web site

Centralwings to: London, Rome, Chania (till 22 October 2005), Heraklion (till 8 October 2005), Rhodes (till 9 October 2005)
call center +48 801 45 45 45, +48 22 575 00 45 (8:00 - 22:00 local time)

Norwegian to: Oslo
call center: phone numbers available at the web site

Ryanair to: Glasgow (from 1 November), London (form 30 October)

Access by bus: 208 (from Nowy Kleparz), 192 (from Plac Bohaterów Getta, Rondo Mogilskie, main railway station). Travelling time is circa 35 min. Please purchase regular public transportation tickets.

By Railway:

The city is easily and comfortably accessible by train from all larger cities in Poland, e.g. the journey by InterCity train from Warsaw takes only 2.5 hours.
Apart from local transport systems, Krakow also has direct railway links with Berlin, Budapest, Bucarest (from June to August trains also run to Varna), Hamburg, Kiev (from June to August trains also run to Odessa), Lviv, Prague, Vienna, Żilin.
All trains stop at the Main Railway Station in Krakow.

Detailed information regarding links: 94 36, 393 15 80, 393 56 76 (intervention telephone till 3.00 pm);

Approximate distances to the most important Polish towns/cities
• Warsawa - 295 km
• Białystok - 477 km
• Bielsko-Biała - 86 km
• Cieszyn - 121 km
• Częstochowa - 114 km
• Gdańsk - 565 km
• Katowice - 75 km
• Lublin - 270 km
• Łódź - 220 km
• Nowy Sącz - 100 km
• Olsztyn - 500 km
• Poznań - 400 km
• Przemyśl - 245 km
• Słubice - 512 km
• Suwałki - 565 km
• Szczecin - 635 km
• Toruń - 385 km
• Wrocław - 270 km
• Zakopane - 100 km
• Zgorzelec - 425 km