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Zakopane - at the foot of the Tatras

  • Funicular railway
  • Wooden architecture
  • Culture of Tatra Highlanders
  • Tasting of traditional local cheese
  • "Krupówki" main shopping street
  • Ski Jump
  • Wheelchair accessible

Take a break from the city and head to Zakopane and the spectacular Tatra Mountain landscape on a guided day trip from Krakow. Discover the highland culture and get a taste of local cuisine, including the famous and EU-protected oscypek cheese.

Zakopane is known as the capital of the Polish mountains. Its stunning alpine scenery and priceless views from up high attract tourists year-round. Zakopane is also well worth a visit because of the great ski jump Wielka Krokiew, Jaszczurówka Church, Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, and Pęksowy Brzyzek cemetery. We additionally go to Gubałówka, with its funicular railway and alpine slide, for a little mountaintop adventure!

Itinerary: Krakow - Chochołów (wooden architecture) - Pęksowy Brzyzek Old Cemetery - centre of Zakopane - Gubałowka Hill - wooden church in Jaszczurówka - ski jump Wielka Krokiew - Krakow

Price includes: private transport, guide service, admission fees: ticket for funicular railway, pick-up and drop-off from your place of accomodation

Exclusions: food and drinks, adult pricing applies to all travellers, gratuities (optional)

Price:


2 perons 3-4 persons 5 - 8 per. 9 > or more
Price per person in PLN 490 350 295 Contact us
Person in wheelchair Individual price - use contact form. Must be booked in advance.

 

Duration: 8-10 h, Exception: food & drinks

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Our trip to the city Zakopane, lying about 2 hours far from Krakow, will give you a chance to see some fabulous mountain landscapes and also to get to know the rich culture of the Tatra highlanders. After a walk in the city centre during which we will visit the Wielka Krokiew ski jump, the church in Jaszczurówka, the Krzeptówki Sanctuary, and the Pęksowy Brzyzek cemetery we will go up the Gubałówka Hill in a funicular railway. The first station of the funicular can be found at the end of the most famous street in Zakopane called Krupówki.

Zakopane - the capital of the Tatras and Podhale. Zakopane is also Poland’s highest town. It became fashionable in the late 19th century, attracting many writers, poets, painters and sculptors, who contributed to its extraordinary atmosphere by designing fine villas creating works of art inspired by local traditions.

Because of the town’s location and build-up, you cant’t see the mountains from every place – sometimes they are concealed. The most prominent of them is Mt Giewont (The sleeping knight). There is the most characteristic peak in the Tatras.

You can also enjoy superb views from mountain summits by taking a ride on the funicular to Mt.Gubałówka or the cable car to Kasprowy Wierch; both run all year round.

Gubałówka is low, gently sloping and extensively developed, its wide crest occupied by a cafe, restaurant, souvenir stalls and a shop renting aut deck chair and skis. In winter it teems with skiers, but the funicular is great fun at any time of the year. A viewing terrace on the top offers a panorama of Zakopane and surrounding villages set against the spectacular backdrop of Tatras.

The cable car to the top of Kasprowy Wierch (1987) allows you to enjoy without much effort a truly alpine panorama, rated among the most scenic in the Tatras. In winter the cable car is mainly used buy skiers, the run from Kasprowy is popular, but suitable for the advanced skier only.

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