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Kraków: Zakopane Tour with Thermal Pool

1. Kraków: Zakopane Tour with Thermal Pool

Enjoy one of the best views in Zakopane with a cable car ride up to Gubałówka. Marvel at the spectacular views of the High Tatras that are covered with snow up until May. Visit Krupówki, the most popular street in the heart of Zakopane, where you can experience the ambience of the mountain region and enjoy the aromas of local foods coming from the traditional restaurants. After your tour of Zakopane, take a break for some rest and relaxation in the thermal pools. Enjoy outdoor and indoor swimming pools, water slides, whirlpool baths and many other attractions in the heart of the mountains.

From Krakow: Zakopane Tour with Gubalowka Funicular & Museum

2. From Krakow: Zakopane Tour with Gubalowka Funicular & Museum

Visit the popular winter resort of Zakopane on a full-day private sightseeing tour from Krakow and discover Poland’s most popular resort for skiing, rock climbing, rafting, trekking, cycling and paragliding. Begin your exploration of the area by visiting the highlander’s cottage and tasting the traditional highlander cheese known as oscypek. Then, continue your tour in the Koliba Villa, the Museum of Zakopane Style. After the visit to the museum, you will take the funicular railway to Mount Gubałówka for eye-popping views over the granite and limestone peaks. Return to the oldest part of Zakopane and wander the characterful main street of Krupówki to immerse yourself in Zakopane culture. Listen to the Podhale dialect - a language only spoken by the highlanders of the Tatra Mountains - admire beautiful handmade outfits, hear traditional music and peek into the workshops to see how the local art is made. Before World War I, Zakopane was widely regarded as the art and culture capital of Poland, a status it earned thanks to the many artists, writers and musicians who settled there. Among them was the painter Stanislaw Witkiewicz, who established a unique mountain cottage style of architecture known as “Zakopane Style.” You can learn more at the Tatra Museum. Having returned to the oldest part of Zakopane, you will have a chance to visit the enormous regional market and have lunch in a regional restaurant serving local specialities while enjoying your free time.

Zakopane Walking Tour

3. Zakopane Walking Tour

The best way to get to know Zakopane is to walk around the streets and learn about its rich history and numerous famous artists and other interesting people that called Zakopane home. Walk around with your local guide and see many of the different building styles in Zakopane, including the famous Zakopane style wooden houses. Visit Krupowki St. and look past the busy crowds to the interesting old buildings which ones were of much importance for the development of Zakopane. Visit an old highlander museum to get a look into how people lived here in times pasts. Your guide will take you to the most interesting sights and guide you through our unique city.

Kraków: Explore Zakopane Tour with Gubałówka Cable Railway

4. Kraków: Explore Zakopane Tour with Gubałówka Cable Railway

Discover the mountain town of Zakopane with this private tour from Kraków. Stroll through the old-fashioned cottage-lined streets. Gaze out at the Tatras Mountains as you ride the Gubałówka cable railway. Take off from Kraków and watch the serene countryside pass by on the way to Zakopane. Take a walk along the promenade as the smell of delicious Polish food spills out onto the streets from restaurants. Board the Gubałówka cable railway train and travel uphill through the forest. Reach a viewpoint at the top where you can enjoy panoramic views of Zakopane and the mountains. Have the option to purchase dinner at a traditional Polish restaurant.

Zakopane 1-Day Private Tour from Krakow

5. Zakopane 1-Day Private Tour from Krakow

Experience the highlights of Zakopane and learn all about this fascinating region, its history, culture and traditions. Your professional guide will accompany during the whole trip to answer any questions you may have. See the famous Krupowki Street, lined with regional architecture. Experience the lively atmosphere in this village. Visit the Church of the Holy Family, the oldest neo-romanesque brick church in Zakopane, dating back to 1877. Explore the Church of Our Lady of Czestochowa. Admire multiple regional buildings and villas like the Jutrzenka and Oksza.  One of the main attractions of the area is Gubalowka Hill. Enjoy your funicular ride and admire the breathtaking views of Tatra mountain range from up top. Taste some traditional delicacies, such as oscypek smoked sheep cheese or Bundz, a regional goat cheese.

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What people are saying about Krupowki Street

Great experience! Eri and Sebastian were really welcoming and thoughtful and thanks to both of them we really were able to enjoy our day in Zakopane! Everything was very well organized, we weren't in a rush and really enjoyed how the day went! We would recommend 100% if you want to spend a day out of the city and have a swim in a really nice place! Thank you Eri and Sebastian, from the two french vodka drinkers

We had an amazing day from beginning to end. I was a little put off by the travel time but decided to go anyway. Our guide was fab, broke the journey up with a little cheese and flavoured vodka tasting stop off. Zakopane was beautiful. Thernal baths were fab too. Definitely a trip id do again.

MUST GO! Seriously, if you go to Krakow, you will NOT regret spending your hard earned money for this one. It's worth every single cent. What an amazing day and all the staff throughout was wonderful as well.

Great tour. You get enough time at each location. Rose the driver is great and attentive. Zakopane is very busy on Sunday, so if possible I would recommend another day.

Great day out , brilliant views from the top ,spa was a good way to end