Travel and transport throughout the region of Małopolska is good. There are many buses that run all over the region with good links from the city of Krakow.
You will also find this type of information shown on the individual pages for the cities, towns and villages for this region.
Air travel - There is an international airport just to the east of the city of Kraków. IATA code: KRK - ICAO code: EPKK
Kraków Airport is used by both military and civil aviation, with John Paul II Kraków-Balice International Airport Ltd managing the civil part covering a total area of 310 hectares, approximately 27,5 hectares of which is managed by John Paul II Kraków-Balice International Airport Ltd. Flights started from the civil airport on 1st July 1967. As flight destinations and flight information constantly changes see their website for current details.
There is an extensive network of railways in Małopolska with Krakow being the hub for the region.
Intercity routes to the other major cities in Poland are being upgraded with new track and signals although they do have some teething problems with some of the new rolling stock.
Regional railway services are run by Przewozy Regionalne and operated by the 16 regions of Poland.
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This region is full of hiking trails and is very popular in the Carpathian Mountains. A number of cycle routes criss cross the province. The Polish are great horse lovers so it is not surprising that bridal ways take their pride of place in Małopolska.
Małopolska’s regional authorities have recently allocated about 200 million zloty for quality cycle routes connecting Krakow, Zakopane, Oświęcim and Nowy Sącz.
Some 650 km are due be built before 2020, most of them as independent asphalt tracks along rivers or railway lines, and hopefully eliminating some of the bottlenecks between places with great cycling and tourism potential.
The Małopolska region has every type of accommodation available from simple rooms to the grand hotels and everything in between.Accommodation Małopolska
One of the delights of travelling is to sample the food of the part of the world you are visiting. Małopolska will not be a disappointment to your palette.Regional Food Małopolska
However, it is well worth a visit as there are the Renaissance and Baroque stylised edifices of Tadeusz Sendzimir Administrative Centre along with Cistercian Abbey found in Mogiła village.
Travel and Transport Małopolska - Poland Travel Guide