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Airport in Krakow
Krakow’s John Paul II International Airport of Balice is situated conveniently on the outskirts of the city, just 15 km (about ten miles) from its center, by the A4 expressway to Silesia province en route to Germany. From the airport to the city center you can get by using , taxi, shuttle train, or municipal bus lines 292, 208, and nightly 902 plus erratic other bus services.
The Krakow international airport is Poland’s second busiest after Warsaw and may receive 1.3 million passengers a year.
Krakow’s John Paul II International Airport has regular direct air connections from and to major European hubs.
There are also domestic flights to and from Poland’s capital city Warsaw and such Polish cities as Gdansk, Poznan, Szczecin, and Wroclaw.
The Krakow airport in Balice has just two terminals: one meant for international flights, the other serving domestic passengers.

Central Train Station in Krakow
Dworzec Główny PKP  is the Central Train Station in Krakow, and is located just outside of the Old Town. It is connected to other cities in Poland and the rest of Europe.
International trains arrive daily from Hamburg, Berlin, Leipzig, Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, Bratislava, Kosice, Lviv, Kiev, and Odessa with connections to the rest of Europe

Bus Station in Krakow
Central bus depot is situated close to the Krakow Glowny main rail station that abuts the Old Town historic districts at northeast. The main bus station in Krakow is place where you can catch a bus to Zakopane, Wieliczka, Ojcow, Auschwitz (Oswiecim), and many other cities all over Poland.
The bus schedules change frequently so it’s best to check the schedule for your bus in person at the station, where you can also buy tickets in advance.