Car Rental Krakow

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Cheapest Car Rental Rates

Kraków Railway Station Car Rental
Compact
Toyota Corolla or similar
Toyota Corolla
  • 5x
  • 2x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Man.
GreenMotion
$12.35 / per day
Kraków Railway Station Car Rental
Mini
Toyota Aygo or similar
Toyota Aygo
  • 4x
  • 1x
  • 3x
  • Yes
  • Man.
RENTIS
$17.45 / per day
Krakow, Downtown Car Rental
Mini
Chevrolet Spark or similar
Chevrolet Spark
  • 4x
  • 2x
  • 5x
  • Yes
  • Man.
RENTIS
$17.45 / per day
Krakow Airport Car Rental
Economy
Seat Ibiza or similar
Seat Ibiza
  • 5x
  • 1x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Man.
RightCars
$17.80 / per day

Most Popular Car Rental Offers

Kraków Railway Station Car Rental
Economy
Toyota Yaris or similar
Toyota Yaris
  • 5x
  • 1x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Man.
RENTIS
$18.70 / per day
Kraków Railway Station Car Rental
Economy
Opel Corsa or similar
Opel Corsa
  • 5x
  • 1x
  • 4x
  • Yes
  • Man.
Surprice
$19.00 / per day
Krakow Airport Car Rental
Mini
Toyota Aygo or similar
Toyota Aygo
  • 4x
  • 2x
  • 3x
  • Yes
  • Man.
Ace Rent a car
$19.01 / per day
Krakow Airport Car Rental
Mini
Toyota Aygo or similar
Toyota Aygo
  • 4x
  • 2x
  • 3x
  • Yes
  • Man.
Alamo
$19.62 / per day
The above prices are approximate only. They are based on bookings made during the last 48 hours and depend on booking dates, length of rental and car class.

Travel Information

Language
Polish
Currency
PLN
Country code
48
Average car rental length
5 days
Economy car rental price
$23.97 / per day
Traffic direction
Right-hand
Speed limit out of town
90 km/h
56 mi/h
Speed limit within town
50 km/h
31 mi/h
Acceptable limit of BAC
0.02%

Why rent a car in Krakow?

Krakow, with its remarkable old town, castle, and history, is the prime tourist destination of Poland. Some three million foreign tourists visit the city every year. While when staying in the central part of the city a rental car would be more of a burden than a benefit, the many sites in Krakow’s surroundings, chief among them Auschwitz, are certainly best visited with a vehicle. 

American, Australian, and New Zealand citizens should be aware that an International Driving Permit (IDP) is technically required for them to both drive and rent a car in Poland. In fact, the following companies explicitly state the necessity of an IDP: Global, Green Motion, Rentis, Surprice, Sixt, Alamo, Avis, Budget, and Enterprise. Though you may find reports of people not being asked to show one when picking up their rental car, it is far safer to have one. If the rental company asks for one and you can not provide it, they may not allow you to take the car and you may lose your prepayment. If you are American, you can get an IDP from your local AAA office.  

Krakow Car Rental

Top ways to enter Krakow

Most travelers flying to Krakow will arrive at Kraków John Paul II International Airport located about 12 km west of the city center. The largest rental suppliers have desks inside the terminal on level +1. Other suppliers will either meet you on arrival or provide a shuttle. 

 

Some may fly into nearby Katowice Airport which is less than 100 km away from Krakow or Warsaw Chopin Airport 300km north of Krakow. It is possible to pick up a rental car in both of these airports with the largest suppliers again having desks in the terminal. 

 

With trains arriving from nearby European countries, some travelers may also arrive by train at Krakow Glowny (the main train station) where it is also possible to pick up rental cars via a supplier’s representative meeting you on arrival. 

Useful city facts

Once the capital of Poland, Krakow is steeped in history. The first written account of its name was in the late 900s while it became the seat of the Polish government in 1038. Wavel castle was first built later in the 11th century the Krakow University would follow two hundred years later. The city experienced its golden age in the 15th and 16th centuries before King Sigismund III Vasa moved the capital to Warsaw. The city would see treacherous times during the Nazi occupation. Today it is again a cultural, industrial, and educational hear of Poland. 

Visitors may notice many references to Pope John Paull II throughout Krakow. Karol Józef Wojtyła, as he was known before his papacy, was born in Wadowice, not far from Krakow. He later would move to Krakow where he would eventually attend seminary and become ordained. Wojtyla would go onto become the Archbishop of Krakow before being inaugurated as Pope. Being the first Polish Pope, and given Poland is a heavily Catholic country, it is no surprise that the home city of Krakow would honor and celebrate him. 

Krakow has four distinct seasons. Summers are generally warm to hot with occasional rainy days and daily highs on average between 23 and 25°C (in the mid 70’s Fahrenheit). Winters are usually cold with highs typically just above freezing. The city sees snow during winter sometimes remaining for a week or two. 

Krakow has the worst air pollution in Europe. The problem is particularly bad in winter with intense smog due to the use of coal as a heating source, though luckily coal furnaces are being phased out. If you or one of your family or travel companions has respiratory issues, then it is best to avoid Krakow in the winter. 

Travelers should be careful when it comes to exchanging currency in Krakow. Do not, if at all possible, exchange money at the airport. If you must, only exchange the amount you need before you reach the city center. The same is true for the train station. Wait until you reach the city to exchange money. The rates given in the city center are usually much better than those at the airport and train stations. 

One must be careful with currency exchanges in the city center, too. Know the approximate exchange rate before arriving and search for an exchange that offers a BUY rate as close as possible to it. This is important, as some places will trick potential customers by listing the sell rate first. Some will also play a trick with zeros, for example quoting 3.080 instead of 3.80. If not careful, you could fall for this and lose a significant portion of your money. 

Another common ripoff is the exchange rate conversion when paying with a credit card or using certain ATMs. When paying in a store or restaurant you will be asked whether to pay in polish zloty or have them covert the purchase amount to your home currency for you. You will invariably receive a better rate from your home bank than what they offer, and sometimes their offer will be far away from the actual exchange rate. You should, therefore, insist on declining any offers of conversion and pay in polish zloty (i.e., use the red button on the card reader). 

Top destinations and activities

  • Old Town - The primary draw for visitors, and also something almost no one misses on their visit, the Stare Miasto is the centerpiece of Krakow. It is centered upon the Rynek Glowny, or Market Square, where travelers will find the Cloth Hall that sadly used to sell local goods but now only sells useless tourist trinkets likely made in China. Though food and Christmas markets in the square are certainly worth perusing. Travelers will also find the Church of St. Adalbert and Town Hall Tower here. The atmosphere in the square and old town itself will leave visitors wanting to stroll around more and more. The Old Town is surrounded on all sides by a park that makes for the perfect romantic walk. 
  • Kazimierz - A 15-minute walk south of the Old Town, Kazimierz is the former Jewish section of the city. While there were many more before 1939, there are now a handful of synagogues left. Additionally, there is the Galacia Jewish Museum and a couple of Jewish cultural centers. Kazimierz is a hotspot for nightlife for the younger crowd. It also has a plethora of dining options. A unique place to grab a drink is Tea Time, a bar serving hand-pump cask ales that are brewed in the basement.  
  • Wavel Castle - Located at the southern end of the Old Town and along the Vistula River, the Wavel Castle sits upon a hill. It was occupied for hundreds of years and was once the seat of the Polish crown. The castle has several exhibitions that all require separate tickets. This includes the State Rooms, the Royal Apartment, and the Armoury. In addition, visitors can also enter the Royal Tombs and climb up Sigismund's Tower and see the bell. 
  • Nowa Huta - About 10km east of the Old Town, Nowa Huta is a neighborhood built in communist times for the workers of the newly built steel mills. It is centered around Ronald Reagan Square and is one of the best examples of socialist realist architecture. 
  • Schindler’s Factory - Made famous by Steven Spielberg’s Schindler’s List, Schindler’s Factory is now a museum open for visitation. Oskar Schindler saved more than a thousand Jews from the Holocaust during World War II. He did this by employing them in his factory south of the Vistula River in Krakow. The museum, however, doesn’t just cover Schindler and his actions but the entire history of the Nazi occupation of Krakow. Also near the museum is the last remaining piece of the wall of the Krakow Ghetto. It can be found on Lwowska Street.

Traffic and parking tips

As the Polish economy has grown, so has car ownership. With more and more cars on the roads every year in Krakow, congestion keeps getting worse. It would be best if you could plan your travel times around rush hour. Expect long delays when leaving the city in the late afternoon or early evening, particularly on Friday in the direction of Zakopane.

As with any city its size, parking is scarce in the center of Krakow. All parking spaces in and around the city center are metered. Payment can be made with cash or contactless credit cards (in many zones). Parking is free at night, however. 

The city also operates parking garages in Podgórze (across the Vistula River) and near the National Museum of Krakow (which is very close to the Old Town). Other privately run garages or lots can also be found in the center. 

Driving is restricted in the Old Town. You will only be able to drive into it if your hotel is located inside of it. It is not permitted to drive on the streets near the Market Square for any reason. 

Toll roads

While there are no toll roads in the City of Krakow itself, there are in other parts of Poland. Of most concern for travelers is the A4 highway which starts on the outskirts of the city and goes to Katowice and Wroclaw. Driving from Krakow to Katowice will set back drivers 20 PLN and from Katowice to Wrocław a further 16.20 PLN.

Travelers should also be aware that the A1, which will take drivers from Krakow to Gdansk, and the A2 stretching from Warsaw to Berlin are also toll roads (though not on the German side of the border).

All tolls in Poland are collected at toll gates. You can pay with a credit card or cash in Polish Zloty, Euros, or U.S. Dollars, though only bills are accepted for euros and dollars with the change given in zloty. While electronic tolling is available, vehicles must still stop for a closed gate when using the systems. Therefore, renters should not worry if their car supplier offers electronic options and plan to just pay at the gates. 

Ideas for a day-trip

  • Auschwitz -Birkenau - Many visitors come to Krakow with the sole intention of visiting what has become the dominant symbol of the Holocaust. The site of the Nazi extermination camp is about 65 km west of Krakow in the town of Oświęcim. Auschwitz I, with the famous Arbeit Macht Frei gate, is now a museum with historical exhibits and the only remaining gas chamber, though it was reconstructed after the war. The museum requires visitors to use a tour guide during the busiest times of the day. Auschwitz II, with the notorious railway entrance, is 3 km away in the village of Brzezinka. This, the largest part of the camp, serves more as a memorial with ruins of buildings, the ponds where victims’ ashes were dumped, and a large memorial in different languages. It is free to walk around during all hours when it is open. 
  • Many companies advertise tours of Auschwitz in Krakow’s old town. It should be noted that the cost of these tours mostly comes from the transportation. If you have a rental car, it is better to just rely on the guides that the museum itself offers.  Do also keep in mind that the site is not a tourist site but a memorial to the more than million victims whose final resting place it is and treat it with the solemnity it deserves. 
  • Wieliczka  - Located just outside of Krakow, Wieliczka is a small town known for its salt mine which had been operating for centuries when it ceased operations in 2007. The tour of the mine takes visitors to a small portion of the overall mine but includes highlights of statutes and the Chapel of St. King, an impressive cathedral. There is also another tour that includes the history of salt mining in the area. Finally, the mine includes a health resort where it is possible to spend the night. Do be sure to bring warm clothes as the temperature underground is lower. 
  • Częstochowa - Around 140km northwest of Krakow, Czestochowa is an extremely popular pilgrimage site for Catholics. Pilgrims come from all over Poland and further due to the Black Madonna icon located in the Jasna Gora monastery. The city sees thousands of visitors around August 15 for the Feast of the Assumption.
  • Nowy Sącz - Located an hour’s drive southeast of Krakow, Nowy Sacz is another historic town. Its marketplace is one of the largest in Europe, though not a large as Krakow’s, and the Rathaus sits in the center of it. The town is also very popular due to the mountains surrounding it. Tourists enjoy hiking and visiting the resorts in the Beskids nearby the town. 
  • Castles - There are a number of castles located near Krakow. Examples include Olsztyn Castle located in the small town of Olsztyn just outside of Czestochowa (not to be confused with the town of Olsztyn in northern Poland), Niedzica Castle located South of Krakow near the Slovak border, and Czorsztyn Castle located across Lake Czorsztyn from Niedzica. 
  • Zalipie -  This village is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful villages in Poland. It is located 100km east of Krakow. The village is famous for its house painted with interesting designs and colors. There are no other tourist services or sights, just a unique small village off the beaten path. 
  • Bielsko-Biała - Travelers can drive 80 km southwest of Krakow to reach the town of Bielsko-Biala. Although the town has an old town, it is primarily an entryway to the neighboring ski-resorts and the surrounding Beskid Mountains. The Pszczyna Castle nearby is also worth a visit. 
  • Zakopane - During both summer and winter, poles flock to Zakopane for hiking or skiing. Sitting just outside the High Tatras National Park, this city has long been the mountain resort capital of Poland. The town and national parks make for a great day trip for those short on time. Many routes can be hiked in a few hours, including making it to the top of Giewont which overlooks the town. Of course, those with more time available will want to stay in Zakopane for at least a few days. 

Most popular rental types and cars

Given the crowded city driving (and small parking spaces), it is natural that renters prefer smaller cars in Krakow. The most popular class of cars is the Economy, like the Ford Fiesta, followed by compact, such as the Opel Astra. The third most popular class of car is mini, of which the Fiat 500 is a good example. 

Further destinations

Poland shares a border with multiple countries. The rules pertaining to which countries you are allowed to take a rental car from Poland vary by rental company. Most, but not all, also have an additional fee for such. 

The one common rule is that you are not allowed to take a car to any country outside of the European Economic Area. This means that you can not travel to neighboring Ukraine or Belarus. Below are examples of which countries you are allowed to drive to if renting from these particular companies (the information is accurate as of August 2019, but could change; be sure to confirm it in the rental conditions before booking):

  • Global - All EU countries
  • Surprice - Norway, Switzerland, EU countries
  • Ace - All EU countries
  • Rentis - All EU countries
  • Sixt - Most EU countries except for Romania and Bulgaria
  • Right Cars - Only EU, prior request 
  • Panek - Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Lithuania
  • Keddy - Latvia, Estonia, Slovakia, and Lithuania. 
  • Add Car - All EU countries
  • Alamo - All EU countries
  • Avis - Most EU countries with the notable exception of the Baltic countries
  • Budget - All EU except Romania and Bulgaria
  • Enterprise - All EU countries 

 

If you plan to travel outside of Poland, you must inform the rental company in advance. In addition, most companies will charge a one time fee, examples of which are (as of August 2019):

  • Global - 60 Euros for bordering countries and 100 Euros for other countries
  • Surprice - 25 Euros for bordering countries (except Germany) and 75 euros for other countries
  • Ace - 30 euros
  • Rentis - 50 Euros
  • Sixt - Likely no fee
  • Right Cars - 4 Euros per day (max. Of 35 Euros)
  • Panek - Free
  • Add Car - 50 euros
  • Alamo - About 75 Euros
  • Avis - Likely no fee
  • Budget - Likely no fee
  • Enterprise - About 75 Euros

 

You should include this cost in the final rental cost when comparing offers. 

  • Warsaw - Do just as Sigmund III did when he decided to move the capital of Poland in the 16th century and venture from Krakow 300km north through Kielce to Warsaw, the current capital. After having visited Krakow, Warsaw’s Old Town may leave a traveler wanting, however, there are many museums, excellent nightlife, and delicious cuisine to also be had in the capital. 
  • Slovakian National Parks - South of Krakow is Slovakia’s natural heart. From the Slovakian part of the High Tatras to the Low Tatras and Slovak Paradise, all of the Slovakian National Parks lie in the central and eastern part of the country that is easily reachable from Krakow. The High Tatras National Park hosts the tallest mountain in the Carpathian Range including Gerlachovsky Stit, the highest point in Slovakia and the Carpathians. The Low Tatras National Park, while not having as much altitude, is much larger and less crowded. Finally, the Slovak Paradise is a mountain range full of canyons, gorges, waterfalls, and caves. 
  • Wroclaw - Travelers can drive down the A4 about three hours to reach another historic polish city. With a history dating back more than a thousand years and having been a part of various political units, it is unsurprising that the old town is the big draw for the city. Visitors can also enjoy a number of different museums, too. The Sudeten Mountains are not too far south of the city and make for a nice trip from it. 
  • Bratislava - The capital of Slovakia is about a four drive southwest of Krakow. There are multiple routes that could be taken, the fastest of which goes through the Czech Republic. Many drivers, however, would probably rather go through the Slovak mountains. The city, nestled next to the Danube River, is often overshadowed by Prague and deemed to be the second capital due to Slovakia and the Czech Republic being one country through much of the 20th century. However, its windy pedestrian streets and castle overlooking the river certainly make for a tourist-worthy destination
  • Prague- A roughly six-hour drive from Krakow, Prague is deemed by many to be the most charming and beautiful city in Central Europe, if not Europe as a whole. The Czech capital has an abundance of baroque buildings. Its gothic castle and churches are some of the best known in the world. There’s more than one reason why more than 10 million foreign tourists visit the city every year. However, be prepared for crowded streets and all that comes with a tourist mecca. 
  • Vienna - It takes roughly five hours to drive from Krakow to the capital of Austria (through the Czech Republic). The former seat of Habsburg power as the capital of the Austrian-Hungarian Empire, Vienna has everything one would expect of an imperial city. The historic city center, world-class museums and palaces like Schonbrunn are just some of what draws millions of tourists to the city every year. 
  • Budapest - A 400 km drive south of Krakow through Slovakia brings travelers to the capital of Hungary. Budapest was formerly two separate cities, Buda on the right bank of the Danube and Pest on the left bank. The Buda castle sits on a hill overlooking the river on the Buda side. Pest has more bustling activity, old buildings from the 19th century and the Parliament building that sits along the river. The city is also well known for its numerous thermal baths. 
  • Lviv - Part of Poland until 1939, and then known as Lwow, the city is now the largest in western Ukraine and a cultural center for the country as a whole. One of the few European cities to survive World War II with most of its building intact, Lviv’s city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city also serves as a great point from which to explore the rest of western Ukraine. Since you are not able to enter with a rental car, the best way to reach Lviv is either by air or by train from Krakow to Przemyśl and switching to another train to Lviv. This is a better option than taking the direct train, as it must stop at the border for a few hours to change the rail gauge. 

Top 10 Cities near Krakow

  1. Warsaw Car Rentals from $8.31 per day
    246.4 km / 153.1 miles away
  2. Gdansk Car Rentals from $9.50 per day
    481.9 km / 299.5 miles away
  3. Wroclaw Car Rentals from $12.99 per day
    234.2 km / 145.5 miles away
  4. Poznan Car Rentals from $1.69 per day
    331.9 km / 206.2 miles away
  5. Katowice Car Rentals from $16.80 per day
    66.7 km / 41.5 miles away
  6. Rzeszow Car Rentals from $12.77 per day
    159.4 km / 99.1 miles away
  7. Szczecin Car Rentals from $21.37 per day
    514.2 km / 319.5 miles away
  8. Lublin Car Rentals from $21.37 per day
    243.5 km / 151.3 miles away
  9. Lodz Car Rentals from $21.37 per day
    184.8 km / 114.8 miles away
  10. Bydgoszcz Car Rentals from $20.02 per day
    358.1 km / 222.5 miles away

Top 16 Locations near Krakow

  1. Krakow, Downtown Car Rentals from $17.45 per day
  2. Krakow Airport Car Rentals from $17.45 per day
    11.7 km / 7.2 miles away
  3. Katowice Airport Car Rentals from $16.80 per day
    76.4 km / 47.5 miles away
  4. Rzeszów Airport Car Rentals from $12.77 per day
    147.9 km / 91.9 miles away
  5. 187.8 km / 116.7 miles away
  6. Lublin Airport Car Rentals from $21.37 per day
    234.4 km / 145.7 miles away
  7. Warsaw Airport Car Rentals from $8.31 per day
    243.8 km / 151.5 miles away
  8. Wroclaw Airport Car Rentals from $12.99 per day
    244.8 km / 152.1 miles away
  9. 269.2 km / 167.3 miles away
  10. 334.6 km / 207.9 miles away
  11. Poznan Airport Car Rentals from $1.69 per day
    339.8 km / 211.1 miles away
  12. 363.2 km / 225.7 miles away
  13. 484.9 km / 301.3 miles away
  14. Gdansk Airport Car Rentals from $8.31 per day
    489.6 km / 304.2 miles away
  15. 522.3 km / 324.6 miles away

Which is the cheapest month to rent a car in Krakow?

Car rental prices in Krakow vary a lot according to the time of year. This graph compares month-to-month price changes to help you find the best offer.
Average Rental Price in Krakow
$31.63
January
$27.73
February
$48.60
March
$28.02
April
$46.94
May
$40.31
June
$45.72
July
$37.94
August
$59.38
September
$55.01
October
$78.91
November
$78.91
December
The best month to rent a car in Krakow is February (when prices for an Economy class start from $27.73). This is 43% cheaper than the yearly average and 65% cheaper than renting in November (when rental prices start at $78.91 for a Compact class). Knowing this can help you find the best price.

What’s the usual rental length in Krakow?

Travel lengths vary from month to month: in February, travelers rent a car for an average of 6 days in October, the average rental period is 4 days.
Average Rental Length in Krakow
5
January
6
February
5
March
5
April
6
May
6
June
6
July
6
August
6
September
4
October
6
November
5
December

What's the most popular month to rent a car in Krakow?

While travelers visit Krakow year-round, the most popular month for renting a car is November, and the least popular is October.
Krakow Car Rental Popularity by Monthly Searches
103%
January
87%
February
91%
March
109%
April
135%
May
77%
June
105%
July
111%
August
140%
September
7%
October
154%
November
83%
December

Our Customers Reviews

Sweden
Opel Astra
August 13, 2019
It was easy to drive in Krakow with a good tempo of the traffic and roads very well maintained. Navigating with built in maps in the phone worked well and was easy.
Saudi Arabia
Toyota Corolla
June 9, 2019
Please be aware that there is a congestion charge zone or something similar in Krakow. We also heard that street parking fees will probably double in the next few months. We traveled to Zakopane and Aucshvitz - the roads were well paved and there was a good signage wherever we travelled.
United Kingdom
Seat Ibiza 5d
May 13, 2019
Loved it. We used that car to get to the Salt Mines and other places outside of the city. Found parking near our apartment that was pretty cheap and 24 hr security.
Malta
Nissan Qashqai
May 12, 2019
As in most cities, parking in the centre can be difficult so find a hotel with a parking area.
United Kingdom
Seat Ibiza 5d
February 16, 2019
Car rental (Balice airport) is located on the first floor and easy to find. Cars are parked in a multistorey carpark just under a minute of walk through a dedicated covered bridge.
Germany
Opel Corsa 1.2
August 10, 2018
we travelled from krakow to all the big cities and visited the old towns. in total we travelled for 3040klm.

Top 13 Suppliers for Krakow in 2019

Alamo
Alamo
Exceptional 9.5
505761461
KAPITANA MEDWECKIEGO 1, BALICE
Keddy
Keddy
Exceptional 9.3
+48122577900
UL. KPT. MEDWECKIEGO 1
SIXT
SIXT
Exceptional 9.1
+48-126393216
Kpt. M. Medweckiego 1
RightCars
RightCars
Excellent 8.8
48128810942
Kapitana Mieczyslawa Medweckiego 1 32-083
Enterprise
Enterprise
Excellent 8.8
0048505761461
KAPITANA MEDWECKIEGO 1, BALICE
Surprice
Surprice
Excellent 8.8
0048883338508
kapitana Mieczysława Medweckiego 1, 32-083 Balice
Europcar
Europcar
Excellent 8.5
+480665301617
MEDWECKIEGO 1
AddCar
AddCar
Excellent 8.5
0048 604 584 080
Kapitana Mieczysława Medweckiego 1, 32-083 Balice
Avis
Avis
Excellent 8.5
0048 221 139 153
Airport-terminal1-arrival Hall Kapitana Medweckiego 1
Budget
Budget
Excellent 8.5
0048 221 139 100
Krakow Balice AirportBalice Int'l Airport
Global Rent a Car
Global Rent a Car
Very good 7.7
0048 517 299 495
Kapitana Mieczyslawa Medweckiego 3, 32-083 Balice
Ace Rent a car
Ace Rent a car
Very good 7.3
0048 533 333 985 / 0048 668 330 961 / 001 877 822 3872
Olszanicka 174, 30-241 Kraków, Poland
GreenMotion
GreenMotion
Good 6.6
0048 576 349 439/ 0048 536 743 630
Kapitana Mieczysława Medweckiego 1, 32-083 Balice, Parking Orange P1

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