Did you know, that Cracow is cited as one of Europe's most beautiful cities? Cracow Old Town with Wawel Royal Castle was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978.
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Kraków John Paul II International Airport is an international airport located in the vilage of Balice, 11 km west of the Cracow city centre. It is the second busiest airport in Poland in terms of the volume of passengers served annually. The airport is named after Pope John Paul II. In just twenty minutes, you can ride by train (SKA1) and bus (238, 268) from Kraków International Airport to Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN with a transfer in Bronowice SKA.
Kraków Main Railway Station
Kraków Main is the largest and the most centrally located railway station in Cracow. The railway station is located near the shopping mall Galeria Krakowska. From the near bus stop (Politechnika) you can ride directly to the Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN by a bus (501).
MPK in Cracow
Krakow has extensive public transport. Modern buses and trams will make your journey pass quickly and pleasantly. You can check the timetable on the official MPK website: https://www.mpk.krakow.pl/en/