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Krakow Travel Guide

Getting Around Krakow

Buses and trams are the easiest and cheapest way to get around in Krakow, though they can be crowded during rush hour. Tickets can be purchased at various kiosks, ticket machines and on the bus or tram itself. Taxis are readily available, though prices increase between 10pm and 8am. Radio taxis (identified by a taxi sign and the phone number of the company) usually offer the best rates. The Old Town is relatively compact and easy to negotiate, and is best explored on foot as it is closed to traffic. Many of Krakow''s attractions are within easy walking distance, and car hire is only really necessary if venturing outside the city into the outer regions.

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