A LOT Polish Airlines ticket guarantees you a comfortable journey to Krakow under the wings of the Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe, according to Business Traveller magazine. Our crew that continuously raises its qualifications will make sure that you feel comfy during your flight. You can relax and read the up-to-the-minute newspapers available on board or use your mobile devices switched to the airplane mode.
Travelling with LOT Polish Airlines is easy! Taking one of LOT's direct flights, you can fully submerge yourself in thoughts about the destination you are about to reach. We'll make sure that you will spend you time travelling in a warm and relaxing atmosphere.
With LOT Polish Airlines, Krakow's attractions are closer than you think. LOT Polish Airlines offers direct flights to Krakow-Balice Airport (KRK) from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) every day at 10:40, 13:10, 16:25, 19:40. and 22:45.
We fly to places from which it is easy to get to all the attractions a given city offers. In Krakow, we cooperate with Krakow-Balice Airport (KRK). You can get to the city centre in a private bus, train, bus or a taxi.
Do you expect more? What might interest you are our additional services designed to satisfy special needs of our passengers. If you don't like wasting your time in check-in queues, if one of the seats is your favourite or if you are not willing to wait for your luggage, check out our Quick Passage, Priority Luggage and My Favourite Seat services.
Kraków is one of the oldest cities in Poland and the former capital of the country. It is situated at the Vistula River in the south of Poland. It is known for many impressing architectural monuments, art museums, galleries, atmospheric cafes and restaurants. Nearly 800 thousand of people live there, although this number is arbitrary. Kraków is an important business centre and the largest outsourcing centre in Poland.
The most important Polish universities, including Jagiellonian University, the oldest university in Poland founded in 1364 and the second university in Central Europe, are located there.
This city shrouded in legends, where the time passes more slowly and the air is filled with a dose of romanticism, is a Polish Mecca of artists. The most popular districts are the Old Town, Kazimierz and Kleparz. In recent years Podgórze and Zabłocie have gained more and more significance.
Large part of the life of Kraków is going on in cellars where you can find the majority of atmospheric clubs and pubs. The residents of Kraków spend a lot of their leisure time along the Vistula River. In the summer you can go for city sightseeing by a Kraków Water Tram (tourist cruises), drink coffee on one of many barges or lay down on a sunbed on the beach.
Kraków is loved by pigeons. Although their life is not easy there and the residents do not like them very much, quite often you can see people who are fascinated with feeding them, especially on the Market.