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We're all set. The timetables for both trams and buses, which will all hit the streets on June 20th 2021 have all been uploaded to the website.
Feel free to browse and you're welcome to come and ride with us!

Special Krakow's tram line no. 0, which is serviced by historical trams, runs on each Sunday and national holiday, within June 20th - September 19th 2021.
The route is the following:

0 Dajwór » Św. Wawrzyńca » Starowiślna » Plac Bohaterów Getta » Limanowskiego » Krakowska » Stradomska » Św. Gertrudy » Dominkańska » Franciszkańska » Straszewskiego » Piłsudskiego » al. 3 maja » Cichy Kącik » al. 3 maja » Piłsudskiego » Podwale » Dunajewskiego » Basztowa » Westerplatte » Starowiślna » Dajwór
Additionally, only on June 27th, July 18th, August 8th as well as August 29th, a special tram line no. 15, also serviced by historical vehicles, will run. The route is:
15 Cichy Kącik - al. 3 Maja - Piłsudskiego - Dunajewskiego - Basztowa - Lubicz - al. Powstania Warszawskiego - al. Pokoju - al. Jana Pawła II - al. Solidarności - Ujastek Mogilski - Igołomska - Pleszów
What is more, also on June 20th 2021, historical buses will service a special line no. A, with the following route:
A Cracovia Stadion - Kałuży - al. Focha - al. Mickiewicza - al. Słowackiego - Warszawska - pl. Matejki - Basztowa - Lubicz - Rondo Mogilskie (góra) - Mogilska - al. Jana Pawła II - al. Solidarności - Kombinat
Line no. A, being a fast bus line, will not stop at bus stops other than listed in the timetable

Each year, aside of historical trams running on the line no. 0, heritage buses service special lines on select dates. In 2021, this takes place on June 20th, July 25th, August 15th and finally on September 12th.