Although it is not the capital, Krakow is one of he main and most known cities in Poland, and one of the most visited places in the country. Both international and domestic travel to Krakow are increasing year after year due to its touristic attraction of vacationers, as well as its attraction of business travelers. When traveling to this city, you cannot miss seeing some of its attractions such as the St. Mary´s Basilica, Wawel Cathedral or Saint Peter and Paul Church which have attracted travelers from all over. Exploring Krakow can be an amazing experience, especially if you had professionals there who can make your trip easy, comfortable and safe. That is why we offer the opportunity to book tour guides or drivers in Krakow that you can depend on to see the city, get around, or even have an interpreter or lawyer to assist you in any business affairs you may have.
John Paul II International Airport Kraków (KRK)Krakow, despite the fact that it is not the the capital of Poland, receives more than 10 million passenger anually. It is located more than 18 kilometers from the city center and a trip from the airport to downtown Krakow can take between 20 and 45 minutes, depending on local traffic.