How to get to KrakowBy plane - Krakow-Balice, also known as John Paul II International Airport, is 18km from the centre. There are flights from olmost all the European Countries as well as domestic flights form Warsaw provided by Polish LOT.
Getting to the center of Krakow - to get to the city centre from Krakow - Balice airport you may call a taxi, take a train or a bus. Details are available on the airport webpage: http://www.krakowairport.pl/en/60/4/176/Access-to-the-airport
Getting to town from the airport: a taxi ride should cost ca 80 - 100 zł (20 - 25 EUR), depending on the address.
Ca. 100 km from Krakow there is another International Airport Katowice-Pyrzowice. Webpage:www.katowice-airport.com
By train - the main railway station (Dworzec Glowny) is conveniently situated at the northern part of the Old Town and trains from Germany, Hungary, Austria, Czech Republic, plus many Polish cities, arrive here. There are several daily express and fast train services from Warsaw to Krakow and vice versa. Booking of seats is recommended. Webpage: www.pkp.pl
By car - Krakow has direct access to the international motorways A4 (2 x 9,00 zł toll is paid when you enter and exit the motorway). Roads in Poland are marked with international traffic signs, and traffic regulations are similar to those in effect in other European countries.