Zakopane - the capital of the Polish stretch of the Tatra Mountains is sure to impress you with its stunning mountain landscapes and unspoiled nature. Discover the highland culture and traditions and get a taste of the local cuisine.
What to Expect
Escape to the glorious Krakow countryside and discover some of the most picturesque villages and mountain scenery in Europe. Step off the beaten tourist track and visit unique sites, affording you an authentic look into Polish culture.
Zakopane is the highest city in Poland and has been known for decades as the hub of Polish winter sports. In the summer, it's visited by thousands of tourists. It provides countless opportunities for mountain excursions, hiking and climbing in stunningly beautiful surroundings. Visitors to Zakopane can admire the examples of the unique architectural style typical of the region.
Next you will head to the sculpture workshop of a local folk artist in the picturesque Chochołów – a village known for its traditional huts. To gain brilliant views over the area we will take a trip up the Gubałówka (1,126-meter) by a state-of-the-art gondola.
A visit to the cemetery in Pęksowy Brzyzk, followed by a walk along Krupówki is not to be missed. For a slice of culture, visit the Tatra Museum and the Museum of Zakopane Style in Willa Koliba. After a visit to the Chapel in Jaszczurówka, with its famous Zakopane architecture, take a trip to Wielka Krokiew – the largest ski jump in Poland.
- Tour guide and driver in one
- Transportation by air-condition bus
- All fees and tickets (to Gubałówka Hill, Zakopane Style Museum)
What's Not Included
- Food and drinks, unless specified
Know Before You Go
Please note that temperatures in the mountains are lower than in other regions. The price includes entrance tickets. For other language versions, please contact the Booking Department. The service does not include a meal, but there is a 1-hour lunch break. A printed voucher must be handed in prior to departure.