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Visitors are welcome at Krakow's Regatta Course with free admission during the whole 2016 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom World Championships event:
- Monday 11th July: opening ceremony at 5.00 p.m. downtown
- 12th – 17th July: competition days
How to reach us?
Kraków is easy to reach by various means of transport. It is a railway hub where numerous regional, national and international lines converge. It offers coach services to Europe’s and Poland’s main cities and has its own international airport: John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice.
Kraków - Balice Airport is located in the Balice town, 11 km from the Kraków city. The „Balice Ekspres” is the fastest link between the center of Kraków and the airport.
You can get to Kraków driving A4 motorway (a charge is payable for using it). This makes travel from the west fairly easy. Driving from Warsaw (300 km) is more difficult as the A1 has not yet been completed. The easiest rout is the S7 express road. The Kraków city centre is coverd by the Parking Zone. Drivers pay the parking fee in parking meters located along streets in the city centre.
PKS Station (Bus Transport Company) is centrally located right behind Krakow’s main train station. It provides both domestic and international services. Apart from ticket offices, kiosks, bar and PKS information point also travel agencies selling tickets for international routes are located in the bus station hall.
All trains coming to Kraków stop at Kraków Main Railway Station (Kraków Główny). The Railway Station is located near the city centre.