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Flights to Krakow

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Language Polish
Average flight duration 2h
Currency zloty(PLN)
Electricity C / E (230V)
Time zone UTC+1
Airport John Paul II Balice
Altitude 383m (1257ft)

Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland. Founded in the 7th century as a hamlet on the Wawel Hill, it became a bustling trade centre for that part of Europe as early as 965. Today it has around 760,000 inhabitants.

UNESCO has put Krakow Old Town, one of the most remarkable medieval sites in Europe, on the list of World Heritage Sites. The imposing, gothic domes of St. Mary's Basilica have become a symbol of the city together with Rynek Główny, the largest medieval square in Europe. Beneath the square itself, there is the Rynek Underground Museum, built around the recently discovered foundations. Dominating the old town there is the 15th century Town Hall Tower which offers an incredible panoramic view.

To explore Krakow, you'll need time and a good appetite. You should try out traditional Polish sausages and local beverages in a bar or a restaurant. Considered the oldest shopping mall in the world, Cloth Hall is an ideal place to buy souvenirs!

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