One of the oldest cities in Poland and located on the Vistula River, Krakow is resplendent with historical and natural attractions. With significant historical artefacts and 192 nature monuments, this former capital of Poland allows you to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and relax in the warmth of Polish hospitality.
John Paul II International Airport in Balice is the main way into Krakow, which serves international flights from various UK countries. British Airways, your “global gateway,” offers Krakow flights from London Gatwick Airport at cheap rates, and provides complimentary drinks and snacks. Benefits such as an extra seven inches of leg room, greater seat recline, and your own video screen and in-seat laptop power are available in premium economy class through World Traveller Plus. easyJet, a low-cost European carrier also offers cheap flights to Krakow from various UK cities such as Bristol, Dortmund, and Liverpool.
For more cheap Krakow flights, fly with bmibaby, “the airline with tiny fares.” Based in Birmingham International Airport, this budget airline provides flights to Krakow International Airport once or twice a week. Ryanair, another low-cost airline based in Dublin and the UK, also provides flights to Krakow from European cities such as Glasgow, London, Milan, and Dublin.
transavia, a low-cost airline based in the Netherlands services Paris-Orly to Krakow routes and vice versa. Newspapers, blankets, and snacks and drinks guarantee a comfortable flight in this budget carrier.
Other airlines that travel to Krakow are Aer Lingus from Dublin, LOT Polish Airlines from Paris, and Volare Airlines from Milan.