Cracow, the former capital of Poland, was the coronation, residence
and burial place of Polish kings. It is situated in the south of
Poland on the Vistula River. Cracow was endowed with municipal
rights in 1257 and it was Poland’s capital till 1609. In 1364,
King Casimir the Great founded the Cracow Academy that, after
Prague's, is the second oldest University in Central Europe.
Over the centuries Cracow has remained an important center of
culture and science.
Using a search page for Cracow Municipal Transportation
you can determine how to get from one point to another in the Cracow and its vicinity. It can be useful for planing
the trip not only to the Hotel.
Getting from the Cracow Main Railway Station. For details use this
Getting from the Cracow-Balice International Airport. For details use this