Hotels near John Paul II International Airport in Cracow - Best deals & budget rates!
When you are flying into Poland to visit the lovely city of Krakow, be sure to use the John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice. This beautiful and very accommodating airport is one of the nicest in all of Poland. The airport is actually located in the town of Balice but serves the Krakow area. The airport is the second busiest airport in Poland right after the Fredric Chopin Airport in Warsaw.
The John Paul II International Airport Krakow-Balice received this name in the year 1995 in honor of the pope John Paul II. The airport has anything and everything you could ask for in an airport. With all the amenities you could want it is an obvious choice of which airport to fly into when visiting Poland. With the ride into the city being a short one you can wait to reach the city to get something to eat at any of the fine restaurants.
Hilton Garden Inn Krakow Airport is a large property in Cracow. The proximity of John Paul II International Airport makes flying into Cracow especially convenient. Krakow Zoo is a playful attraction to visit from here.
Villa Zakamycze Airport's small size creates a more homey atmosphere. Enjoy a touch of opulence in Cracow thanks to the accommodation's 3-star rating. The distance to John Paul II International Airport is 4.3 km (2.6 miles). Nearby Krakow Zoo offers fun and entertainment.
If you prefer a more intimate property, 4.Friends Hostel is a good option. Offering 2-star rooms, this is a great option for good quality at a low price. Children and adults will enjoy a visit to Krakow Zoo.
The 2-star Guest Rooms Antica is a smart choice for the budget traveler. With fewer than 20 rooms at this property, more personalized service is assured. You'll be a short distance from Wielopolskich, Stolarska Street and Ulica Kanonicza. Not far away, Krakow Zoo offers fun times. The area offers numerous sight-seeing opportunities, such as Collegium Maius. Wandering through Czartoryski Museum and Museum of Pharmacy, both a short walk away, is time well-spent.