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Krakow, one of Central Europe’s most beautiful “jewel boxes”, still preserves an intact medieval atmosphere in the form of glamorous creations of the Gothic and Renaissance architecture. The former palace of Polish kings, the Wawel, the Renaissance Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Church with the world’s largest winged altar are all unique works of art. The city also boasts one of the most varied nightlife in Europe, with an unparalleled atmosphere of great cafes, jazz bars and restaurants for listening to Klezmer music.


Bus Services Info

With the joint services of VOLÁNBUSZ / FlixBus Krakow is available from Budapest more times a week. You can begin your journey in Budapest at Népliget bus station which is easily accessible by public transport. 

Ticket purchase

Tickets are available even from 2 790 HUF for one way depending on the time of purchase; the saturation of the given service as well as on the availability of the discounts at.