Flights to Krakow

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Book a flight to Krakow from the UK and visit Poland’s former capital and most captivating city!

With Krakow castle as its centrepiece, the city basks in its Gothic and Renaissance glory. No other city in Poland boasts as many historical buildings and monuments or such vast collections of art. The Old Town is Krakow’s main draw. Nearby, the Jewish quarter is a haunting reminder of the tragedies of Poland’s past.

Sightseeing will take up most of your days but don’t forget to stop and enjoy some traditional Polish food, or perhaps something more international. Krakow has a variety of eating and drinking establishments, many tucked away down alleyways and in basements. It’s worth exploring to find them!

Krakow is a vibrant, life loving city with a charming atmosphere and friendly people; all set to a truly stunning backdrop of beautiful architecture.

When’s the cheapest month to fly to Krakow?

Enjoy a budget city break in Krakow in January, the cheapest month for flights. August is the most expensive time of year to fly to there.

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 Krakow Travel Guide

Krakow is cosmopolitan city and a cultural hub of Poland, gaining the title of European City of Culture in 2000. Having celebrated its 750th birthday in 2007, the city is steeped in history, with fantastic Renaissance and Gothic architecture, much of which survived the Second World War, unlike many Polish ... Krakow city guide

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