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Cheap flights from Bristol to Krakow

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To
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Bristol BRS
Krakow KRK
one way
Wed 30 Oct
€16.25

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Flights from Bristol to Krakow

Looking for cheap flights from Bristol to Krakow? We’ve got you covered… but we’ve got more than just the best fares on European flights. If you need a little help with the logistics of your trip, we can help too! Keep reading, for our handy guide that will make your flights to Krakow from Bristol go as smoothly as possible…

 

Bristol Airport 

Bristol airport is a busy, well-connected and easy to reach airport, so whether you want to take public transport or drive your own car to the airport for your Bristol to Krakow cheap flights, you’ll have no problem getting there. There are various parking options available to you, including both short and long-term which you can choose depending on the length of your trip. 

There is a frequent and fast bus service – the Airport Flyer which runs from Bristol city as well as from Weston-super-Mare. The bus from Bristol runs every 10 minutes, 24 hours a day, while the bus from Weston-super-Mare runs hourly, from 3am to 11pm. 

 

Once you’ve checked in:

At the airport there is plenty to keep you busy, fed and refreshed, while you wait for your cheap flights to Krakow from Bristol. Whatever you fancy, whether it’s a light snack and a cup of coffee or a full dinner, you’ll find the perfect place to relax and await your flights. Shopping at Bristol Airport is great, and although you won’t be able to avail of duty free prices on Bristol to Krakow flights, there are plenty of deals and offers available to you. 

Wi-Fi is available for all passengers to use, free for up to one hour when you sign in from your device, so you can stay connected while you wait for your Bristol to Krakow flights. 

 

What to Expect on Arrival in Krakow:

On arrival in Krakow airport, once your Bristol to Krakow cheap flights have landed, you’ll find it easy to make your way quickly into the city centre, whether by train, bus or car. Taxis are inexpensive here and are a good option if you are sharing with other people. There is a good, cheap and regular train service available too, that will get you from the airport into the town centre in under 20 minutes. If you have decided to rent a car in Krakow, you’ll find the car rental desk in the arrivals hall. 

If you haven’t yet booked your Krakow hotel, check out our offers in Ryanair Rooms. Accommodation in Krakow is generally of a good standard, whether you want to stay right in the heart of the Old Town or in the charming Jewish Quarter you’ll find beautiful rooms at great rates. 

Krakow itself is a completely charming city with a wonderfully fairy tale feel to it, thanks to its beautiful architecture, its history and folklore, and of course the fire-breathing dragon that guards the beautiful castle. Don’t miss the day trips from Krakow either - you’ll definitely want to see the wonderful, expansive Salt Mines, just a short drive from the city centre.

 

Five Fun Facts about Krakow: 

  • Krakow’s whole old town was one of the first sites to be added to the UNESCO world heritage list in 1978 when it was created
  • The city has its own dragon, a fire breathing monster that can be found close to Wawel Castle.
  • The pigeons that flock in Krakow’s square are said to be the enchanted guards of a 13th century Duke. Apparently he wanted to reunify Poland, but hadn’t the funds to travel to Rome so he could get the blessing of the Pope. 
  • The city has its own trumpeter, who plays his tune four times on the hour, every hour, from the windows of the highest tower of St Mary’s Church 
  • Krakow is the birthplace of the bagel. 

 

Fly Bristol to Krakow: Practical Information 

Bristol to Krakow flights take around 2 hours and 25 minutes. 

The unit of currency in Poland is the zloty – it may be cheaper to change money when you get there, or many people prefer to simply withdraw cash from an ATM when they arrive at the destination. 

Krakow is a very walkable city, although not always feasible particularly in the depths of winter. You’ll find the city has a wonderful tram service and taxis are a very cheap way to get around.