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City guides

Where the king went to answer the call of nature, who the lady smiling mysteriously in Leonardo da Vinci”s painting is, what the length of the Wawel Dragon was in metres/yards – they...

Taxis

Licenced taxis (cabs) are appropriately marked, and have prices displayed in a visible place. The fee depends on the length of the route and the tariff in operation. With most operators, covering...

Parking

The centre of Kraków is covered with paid parking zones (P) operating on working days (Mon to Sat) from 10am to 8pm Fares (tickets to be printed in parking machines): in subzones A...

Municipal transport

There are plenty of tram and bus lines in service in Kraków that help you get around the city and go beyond its limits (e.g. to Wieliczka). It often makes sense to give up the car for the...

Getting around Kraków

Most of historical Kraków – the City Centre with the Main Market Square, Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle and Cathedral, Kazimierz with the former Jewish district, and Podgórze...

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