Getting to Cracow by bus is easy and cheap when you travel between Central and Eastern European Countries. The main bus station in Cracow is called Kraków Główny and is situated just behind the city's main train station, northeast of the Old Town. Some of the major providers of bus services then connecting Krakow with nearby cities include Flixbus, Busfor, Szwagropol and Trans Frej.
Cracow is a charming city steeped in history. Explore the Rynek market square - the biggest in Europe - and its connecting side streets which are dotted with lovely bars and cafes. The Wawel Castle dominates the skyline, and is just a short walk from the market square. The synagogue of Remuh, along with its ancient vestments and walls, is also well worth a visit. For a trip outside the city, the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp and Wielickzka Salt Mine are both just a short bus journey away. For a divine gastronomical experience, visit the Floriańska Street which is dotted with great pubs, bars, cafes, shops and restaurants.