Zakopane, called the winter capital of Poland, is a lovely town, nestled at the foot of majestic granite Tatra mountains. It became a touristic center at the beginning of 20th century and many prominent Polish writers, artists and notables felt in love with Zakopane. Today the folklore of Podhale region is one of the greatest attraction.
Ride up a funicular railway to Gubalowka peak, to admire spectacular views over the town and the surrounding Tatra mountains
Visit the oldest part of the town with beautiful wooden houses in Zakopianski style, the oldest church in Zakopane (dating back to 1851) and charming Old Cemetery
Visit Jaszczurowka Chapel
Have some free time for shopping at Krupowki street – the main pedestrian zone of Zakopane, full of shops and restaurants
On the way to Zakopane you will have a chance to stop at enchanting village Chocholow , famous for its wooden houses (most of them were built in the 19th century) and visit to local wood sculpturer’s workshop and then to a shepherd, who makes a famous local sheep cheese called oscypek.
Trip to Morskie Oko – the most beautiful mountain lake
Trip by cable car to mount Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m.a.s.l.) – the most popular local attraction for adults and kids
Easy walk in Tatra National Park (for example via Strazyska Valley, which will end by the biggest waterfall in Poalnd – Siklawa Waterfall)
Visit to the Tatra Museum
Visit to thermal baths
Dinner at a local inn with live folk music and delicious regional food
Enjoy excellent views of the Tatras mountain peaks and try famous oscypek!
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