Cheap flights from Krakow, Poland, to both domestic and international destinations are often available from the John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice, with discount reservations possible through Orbitz.com. The airport is located about seven miles from the city center and has a large number of airlines providing services. Airlines operating out of the airport include Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Ryanair and LOT Polish Airlines. The airport is the second busiest in the country.
Parking at the John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice
Parking at the Casper/Natrona County International Airport is provided on both a short-term and long-term basis. Short-term parking is provided free of charge for up to three hours in the parking lot. Long-term charges begin after the short-term free period, with rates of $5 a day for the first 10 days parked, $4 a day for the next 10 days, and $3 a day for any time longer than 21 days.
Transport to the airport can be had by train, public bus or taxi. The train is operated between the main railway station in the city center and the airport, requiring about 20 minutes to reach the airport at a cost of about $6.00. The public bus from the city center begins at the same location, which is a short walk from the airport, at a cost of only $1.00. Taxis provide the most convenient service to the airport, with costs beginning at $15.
Before catching your cheap flights from Krakow, you may want a last meal to remember the city by. If the flight is an early one, you can stop for a delicious breakfast at Café Camelot. For red-eye flights, late-night dining can be had instead at Kilmaty Poludnia.
If you are looking for flights to Prague, check out Orbitz.com for bargain tickets. The Prague Ruzyn? International Airport is located 6 miles west of the city center. It is the largest airport in the Czech Republic. Over 50 airlines, including Aer Lingus, British Airways and Delta, provide domestic and international service.
There are rental cars available at the airport and around the city. Check to see if your hotel offers a shuttle from the airport. Prague also has a bus system that stops at both terminals every 10 minutes. The bus will take you to the city metro, which can then take you to the city center. A ticket will cost you CZK 40, but this also includes the metro fare. There are two companies that provide taxi service to the airport. Either can take you to the city center for about CZK 500. When you're checking out flights to Prague on Orbitz.com, you can also check the prices of budget rental cars.
Prague has a variety of weather. Summers are mild, with the average temperature in the 60s and highs in the 70s. Winter is cold, with average lows in the 20s and very little sunshine. If you are visiting in the winter, remember to bring a warm coat, gloves and boots.
Prague is an old city, and because it suffered relatively little damage during World War II, many of its historic buildings are still intact. Hrad?any, Lesser Town, Old Town, New Town, Vinohrady and Žižkov are all areas with historic buildings. There are also excellent theaters, museums and restaurants. Check Orbitz.com when you are planning your next trip for bargain flights to Prague.
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