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Overview

Tatra National Park is full of natural marvels. It is the most popular mountainous destination in the country, both during winter and summer seasons. It is unique when it comes to fauna and flora but you will also find here even more attractive characteristic highlanders culture with distinctive architecture, clothing and cuisine. You will never forget a journey to Zakopane area. Live this mountain type adventure with ITS Poland Travel Agent! The trip is available for tourist with ordinary level of fitness.

Number of days/duration

7 days / 6 nights

Included meals

HB (6 breakfasts, 6 dinners)

Suggested dates

April-September

Number of cities/sights

1 city, 3 towns

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Calm

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

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What's included

6 nights
12 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Kraków and Zakopane local guides for sightseeing

Entrance fees to

Tatra National Park pass for the whole stay, Gubałówka funicular train, Oscypek tasting at Rusinowa Clearing, Horse Carts to Morskie Oko, Cable Car to Kasprowy Wierch, Bukovina Resort.

Transport

Coach, funicular train, cable car, horse carts

Pickup place

Airport and hotel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel, airport for departure

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Mountain Holidays

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Rope park in Zakopane

The rope park is located at the very top of Gubałówka - 50 meters from the upper station of the chairlift - Szymoszkowa. Here you will find many attractions such as one of the longest zip-line in Poland, a climbing wall, zorba, paintball, many more activities for children and adults. Is a place prepared for great fun and entertainment for tourists resting in Zakopane.

Lejowa Valley

Lejowa Valley is situated near Zakopane. It is one of rarer visited valleys so, it offers a more peaceful trail without crowds of other tourists. Lejowa Valley is situated between Kościeliska and Chochołowska Valleys and is 4.5 km long. At the bottom of the valley flows Lejowy Stream, which creates very picturesque views along the trail. The hike in the valley takes about 1 h in one direction along yellow tourist trail. The trail is almost fla...

Five Pond Valley

Dolina Pięciu Stawów (Five Pond Valley). The trekking there offers not only amazing views in U-shape valley (Roztoka Valley) but also opportunity to see the highest waterfall in the Polish Tatras – Siklawa. The trail leads to picturesque ponds in the High Tatra and to a mountain hostel situated there offering shelter, meal and relax. To get to the green trail first we have to get to Wodogrzmoty Mickiewicza waterfall from Palenica Białczańska c...

Hala Gąsienicowa in the Tatra Mountains

Hala Gąsienicowa in the Tatra Mountains leads to Murowaniec mountain hostel. In the olden days it was one of the biggest sheep mountain pastures. It was also visited by famous highland robbers. Pasturage in this area ended only in 1964. This picturesque place is an interchange of various tourist trails (blue, yellow, black and green). Moreover, Murowaniec mountain hostel is a skiing base. The trail from Kuźnice to Murowaniec is not the easiest...

Nosal

Nosal. The name of the mountain comes from its shape which is like a human nose. The height of Nosal is 1 206 m above sea level and most of the mountain is covered by forest, only the highest areas have some rocky forms. Nosal is built of limestone rocks therefore, there are a few interesting plants there such as an edelweiss, primrose and orchids. From rare animals tourist can meet a lynx, deer and eagle owl. Nosal is popular among mountainee...

Niedzica Castle

Castle in Niedzica is situated about 1 h drive from Zakopane (about 45 km) and 2 h drive from Kraków (113 km). The stronghold is surrounded by extraordinary natural beauty of hills and Czorsztyn artificial lake. The construction of the castle started about the 14th century. Today the castle has museum, hotel, conference centre and restaurant functions. The main attraction of it is an interesting architecture. In the museum part tourists can vi...

Czorsztyn Castle Ruins

Czorsztyn Lake is an artificial water body which exists thanks to construction of the dam at Dunajec River. The lake has a very picturesque location between two highland areas: Pieniny and Gorce Mountains. Depending on the level of water the lake has from 4.15 to 13.35 km2. With the highest level of water the length of the coast line is 29.7 km. Apart from the obvious tourist positive aspects of the lake such as possibility of bathing, sailing...

Reviews

Zakopane is a little gem it is a delightful ski town. Our guides were really knowledgeable and the views marvellous. We have also managed optional Dunajec river rafting through a gorge of amazing scenery so, highly recommended. We hope to return soon.
Helena
Tours in Zakopane area are excellent. Do go hiking in the area, it is beautiful and well worth it. Try also to walk along the side streets and residential areas, very nice and quiet.
Zosia
You can find anything here: restaurants, pubs, shopping, markets, live local highlander music and dance shows, spas, family attractions, etc. Thumbs up!
Mark

Questions and answers

I am 55 with average fitness level. Is this trip for me?

Yes. This tour is designed for ordinary tourists. More advanced trecking is only optional, so every tourist is welcome. More adventurous tourists are welcome to enrol on optional more advanced tours.

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