The cultural capital of Poland…

The economic hub of the Lesser Poland region, Krakow dates back to the 7th century and enjoys a history filled with mythical legends, soaring spires and fairy-tale castles.

Venture through the Old Town and you’ll be met with the vast Rynek Główny, Europe’s largest market square and home to a plentiful array of cosy cafes, reputable restaurants and bustling bars. In short, the magical city of Krakow effortlessly combines its glorious cultural heritage with business professionalism and exciting entertainment. Located 10 miles west of the centre, Krakow Airport’s reliable and regular train service sees a short journey into the heart of the city.

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