The driving distance between Krakow,and Warsaw, Poland is approximately 293 km with an approximate driving time of 4 hours, 28 minutes.
The distance between Warsaw and Krakow is 293.4 kilometers or 182.31 miles. The driving time from Warsaw to Krakow is 3 hours and 45 minutes.
Its 300 kilometers from warsaw to krakow. so you would travel 4-5 hours, matters how fast your going.
it is about 115 km away
all i know is that krakow was before Warsaw and krakow did not want to be sopoland chose Warsaw
No, Auschwitz is actually 40 Miles west of Krakow and 214 Miles South, South West of Warsaw.
No, the capital is Warsaw. However, Krakow was the capital of Poland in the Middle Ages.
There is no direct flights from Los Angeles to Krakow., but you can take a plane to London Heathrow then fly to Warsaw (Capital City of Poland) and then take a regional flight from Warsaw to Krakow. It will cost a lot though...;)
The distance between Berlin and Warsaw is 567.6 kilometers or 352.69 miles. It takes about 4 hours and 51 minutes to drive from Berlin to Warsaw.
Since the year 1596, when the capital was shifted from Krakow to Warsaw.
There are Marks and Spencers in Poland(including their food halls) in Warsaw ,Wroclaw etc but sadly not in Krakow.
Krakow is located in Poland. Specifically Krakow is in Southern Poland. It is a town that is a four hour train ride from Warsaw. It has a very large steel mill in its town.
4,465 miles / 7,186 kilometers.
Warsaw, Krakow, Lodz, Poznan, Gdansk, Wroclaw
The air distance from Warsaw, Poland, to San Francisco, California, is 7,415 miles. That equals 11,933 kilometers or 6,443 nautical miles.
By city population: 1. Warsaw (Warszawa) 2.Cracow ( Krakow) 3.Lodz By metropolitan area population: 1.Kattowitz (Katowice) 2.Warsaw (Warszawa) 3.Lodz or Krakow
The total distance from Chicago, IL to Warsaw, Poland is 4,681 miles as the crow flies. This is equivalent to 7,533 kilometers or 4,068 nautical miles.
Distance is 11,460 kilometers or 7121 miles or 6188 nautical miles
Warsaw (the capital), Krakow, Wroclaw, Lublin, Lodz, Gdansk.
Warsaw and Krakow. Warsaw is a capital city and most populous city, so it is the main one in Poland, and Krakow is second most populous city and there are a lot of tourist from whole the world.
Paris is 795 miles or 1279.16 km away from Krakow.
Yes. It was already a provincial capital in 1138. Warsaw wasn't even founded until the 13th century.
warsaw - capital city krakow- old capital city gdansk
WarsawLodzKrakowLemberg (also known as Lviv and Lvov)
Warsaw is the nearest major international airport, but you might consider Krakow, which is very close.
The air distance from Chicago, Illinois, to Warsaw, Poland, is 4,679 miles. That equals 7,530 kilometers or 4,066 nautical miles.