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The cheapest city

Krakow has been ranked the cheapest city break in Europe. It scored five stars for value for money in a Which? Travel survey, the only city in Europe to do so. Former Polish capital also received the highest overall score in the survey – 91 per cent – alongside Valencia.

Which? members ranked European cities based on accommodation, food and drink, cultural attractions, shopping, ease of getting around and value for money, which gave them a score out of 100 per cent.

Important for travelers to Krakow

The most recommended mean of transport from the airport to the centre of the city is train. Trains are equipped with air conditioning, power outlets, Wi-Fi and ticket machines. All carriages also have spaces for disabled passengers and persons with reduced mobility.

However, currently due to PKP PLK S.A. (Polish Railways) railway modernizaton plans - the timetable is limited on the route to and from Kraków Airport. Additional bus communication have been introduced between train courses.

There are also MPK (Krakow Transport Authority) buses running as always from the airport to the downtown. 

New connections

From 9 November 2018,  a new connection to Leeds Bradford has been launched. It is operated by the British airline The flights on this route take place twice a week, i.e. on Mondays and Fridays.

This winter season offers – apart from the new connection to Leeds Bradford – flights from Kraków Airport to the following cities: Birmingham, Manchester and Newcastle. Next year (starting from 29 November 2019), the airline will also offer flights to Glasgow.

Earlier, o
n October 30, another new connection was launched - the easyJet flight to the London Luton airport. This one is takes place four times a week - on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Another British airports connected to Krakow are: Heathrow, Stansted and Gatwick.

Currently there are 20 airlines operating from Krakow. Thanks to the connection offered by flydubai and the agreement between the airlines and Emirates passengers can fly even to Australia, New Zealand and Zanzibar,

English in public transport

Krakow Transport Authority (MPK) launched a programme of introducing English announcements in their trams and buses. Since last year tourists travelling to Wieliczka have been informed about a stop "Wieliczka Salt Mine". Recently they introduced English announcements befor Main Railway Station.
More English information will be introduced gradually.
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