B&B La Fontaine

Slawkowska 1, Krakow, 31-014, Poland
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Transport from Kratowic airport to Krakow

by 283369

What are the opputunities travelling from katowic to Krakow.

we are with 6 people!

what are the prices for the bus? how long will it take with the bus? are the different types? fast bus/special airport bus
what are the prices for a 6pers Taxi? How long will that take? must i reserve a taxi or can i hold one when we arrive at the airport?

train?

I hope that someone can answer my questions.
thanks

Re: Transport from Kratowic airport to Krakow

by johngayton

Hi I haven't made this journey myself but it does look like your best option would be to rent a minibus in advance. For instance www.wizz-bus.com have an online reservation system. Fare would about 250 zl (that's for your whole party) with a journey time of about 75 minutes.

But as I said I haven't done this myself and so can't actually reccommend it.

Good luck.

Re: Transport from Kratowic airport to Krakow

by paulinuk2u

katowica?

Travel Tips for Krakow

The Town Hall - not

by call_me_rhia

The Town Hall - not - right in the middle of the Rynek. It's the largest market square in Poland, measuring 200 x 200 metres. This beautiful building, from the distance, reminded me of a miniature of the Basilica of Saint Mark in Venice, Italy. It's not the town-hall tho.

The Remuh Synagogue and the cemetery.

by Maurizioago

This is the only synagogue still used for worship. It dates from the 16th century and underwent a number of changes during the 17th and the 18th centuries. It was restored in 1829. During the WWII the nazi used it as a warehouse, but didn't destroyed it. After the war; in 1957 it was reconstructed. Besides the synagogue there is an old cemetery that was used from 1551 to 1800. The nazi destroyed it. It was renovated and reconstructed in 1959.

Tune with an abrupt end

by tini58de

Each full hour you will be able to listen to a trumpet tune and if you are lucky you can see the trumpeteer on one of the towers of St. Mary's church. It is a fine tune, but something is very strange: it ends very abruptly!

What is the reason for this:

well, it commemorates an incident centuries back, when the Tartars were attacking Krakow. The trumpeteer wanted to warn his fellow Krakovians and signaled them from the tower of St. Mary's church. But, alas, he never finished his tune, because he was killed by an arrow shot at him. So his tune never was finished - until today!

If you are curious to hear that tune, go there at the full hour or download the tune from http://www.krakow.pl - right hand side --> trumpet.

FREE guided tour :-)

by matcrazy1

We (I, my wife and Kathy = Kodi01 from Dallas, Texas) entered famous Wierzynek Restaurant but not to eat there (there are better places in Krakow) but just to see its interiors.
We were surprized when we when a waiter asked a young pretty, Polish lady from restaurant staff to be our guide. So, she was our English-speaking guide around 3-store + cellar interiors of the restaurant.

Unbelievable, free guided tour. OK, we felt somewhat obliged to tip the lady - guide. Although she said that it's not necessary.

Shindlers List Tour

by Nelson1979

If you have some spare time in Krakow try to make a Shindlers list tour starting at the jewish area Kazimierz. From there go south and walk over the bridge over the river out of the city centre. Here you will notice a big difference allready, the houses are dirty, people look poorer, its a working-class area. Try to inform on where to find the reminiscents of the old Ghetto Wall, take the time there to reflect on the past, its just a piece of wall but still impressive when you kinow the story and think about it. Look for the cemitery on a hill, walk up and look for Shindlers factory....

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 B&B La Fontaine

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Address: Slawkowska 1, Krakow, 31-014, Poland