Public Transport in Kraków Kraków is a relatively small city and tourists can get to every landmark easily by foot. Nevertheless, the public transport system is easy-to-use, extensive and inexpensive. Tram Built in 1882, Kraków’s tramway has 22 daytime lines, 3 nighttime and 2 fast lines that cover 90km. It is one of the city's main means of transport. Read more Bus Kraków has a large urban bus network system that usually runs between 5pm and 11pm every day of the week. Find out more about the city’s public buses. Read more Taxi Taxis are relatively inexpensive in Kraków and are the easiest and most comfortable way to move around the city. Discover the prices and taxi numbers. Read more Transport tickets Discover the various types of tickets and passes available for the public transport system in Kraków, from single journeys to weekly transport passes. Read more You may also be interested in Kraków Airport Kraków Airport, officially called John Paul II International Airport (KRK), is situated 11 kilometers to the west of the city, in a town called Balice. Tram Inaugurated in 1882, Kraków’s tramway system has 22 daytime lines, 3 nighttime and 2 fast lines that cover a total of 90km.