Airport Kraków (KRK)
The John Paul II airport of Kraków-Balice is 11 km west of Kraków’s city centre, near the village of Balice.
To get to the airport take the A 4/E 40 motorway.
John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice
ul. Kpt. M. Medweckiego 1
Poland – PL
BY RAIL/BY BUS
The railbus offers the fastest connection between the airport and Kraków’s city centre. The journey takes 20 minutes. The railbus runs hourly from 4:00–7:00 h and half-hourly from 7:30–23:30 h every day.
A single fare costs PLN 19 (EUR 4.50).
The railway station is 200 m from the international terminal T1. A free shuttle bus operates between the terminals and the railway station.
Number 208 and 292 buses operate between the airport and various destinations in Kraków.
A single ticket costs PLN 2.60 (EUR 0.60).
There are taxi ranks outside both terminals. The fare to the centre of Kraków is approx. PLN 50 (EUR 11.40).
There are car parks right in front of both terminals.
Parking charges: 2 PLN (EUR 0.50)/15 minutes, 6 PLN (EUR 1.40)/hour, 40 PLN (EUR 9.10)/day, from 3. day 20 PLN (EUR 4.55)/day
Information desks can be found in both terminals.
Tel.: 48 (0)801 055 000 or 48 (0)122 955 800
AIRBERLIN GROUP TICKET DESK
WELCOME Airport Services Sp. z o.o
Mon-Sun 8:00-17:00 h, as well as120 minutes before each departure.
AIRBERLIN GROUP CHECK-IN
Opening 120 minutes before each departure.
The left luggage office and lockers are located on level 0 of the international terminal T1.
Charge for left luggage: EUR 5/item of baggage (flat rate)
Charges for left-luggage lockers: 4-8 PLN (EUR 0.95-1.85)/day
The lost-property office is located in the public area of the airport, near the arrivals area.
Tel.: 48 (0)12 285 5121
LOST PROPERTY OFFICE
The airport has VIP rooms that can also be used for meetings.
More information and reservation: Tel.: 48 (0)12 639 33 54
Banks, cash machines and bureaux de change can be found in the public area of both terminals.
Terminal 1 has a wide range of shops and restaurants.
Duty-free shops are located in the departures areas of the terminals.
The entire airport is accessible for disabled people.
Help points allow disabled passengers to call directly for assistance. These help points are clearly marked and can be found in the terminals and on the way to the terminals.
Informative web sites:
Kraków Airport »
General information Kraków »
Public transport Kraków »
CET – the same as the rest of Central Europe.
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