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Zakopane Tour with Hot Bath Pools and Hotel Pickup

1. Zakopane Tour with Hot Bath Pools and Hotel Pickup

On this 10-hour program, you'll 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.

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Day Trip Zakopane & Polish Tatra mountains from Krakow

2. Day Trip Zakopane & Polish Tatra mountains from Krakow

This tour to the Polish Tatra mountains and resort town of Zakopane begins at 9:00 am from the center of Krakow, or from your place of stay in the city. Zakopane is located about 150 kilometers from Krakow, and the entire day trip will last between 8 and 10 hours. One of the main attractions you will visit is Gubalowka peak, which is reached via a modern and quick incline railway. At the top, you will find outstanding views of the whole area, including the cute town below and the commanding and towering Tatra range behind it. In your time exploring Zakopane, it’s possible to see a long list of worthwhile sights, including: the center and lively main street (Krupowki), large professional ski jump (Wielka Krokiew), Jaszczurowca Chapel, Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, and the Old Cemetery on Peksowy Brzyzek. For the duration of the journey, you will be accompanied by a professional, knowledgeable guide who will help you to discover the natural beauty and fascinating mountain culture of the region.

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From Krakow: Excursion to Zakopane Town in Tatra Mountains

3. From Krakow: Excursion to Zakopane Town in Tatra Mountains

Zakopane carries the proud name of the "skiing capital of Poland". It is Poland's most popular holiday resort. During this tour you will be able to see the Chocholow village, which features traditional wooden houses that have been built by the local highlanders years ago. Along your way spot out the beautiful and historically famed wooden chapels. Visit Krupowki, the main street of Zakopane. Meet some locals, see what village life has to offer and shop for some souvenirs. Take a trip up the mountain Gubalowka, ride in a funicular and experience the natural surrounds. From the top of the mountain you will have a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountain range. On this trip you will be able to view the ski jump hill, which is used for the Grant Prix Ski Jump Competition.  This mountainous journey will take 2 hours to drive depending on traffic. The driver may be up to 15 minutes late depending on agreed meeting location and time. Please wear warm clothing. 

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Zakopane and Tatra Mountains Tour from Krakow

4. Zakopane and Tatra Mountains Tour from Krakow

Following pickup from your hotel in Krakow, journey into the Tatra Mountains to experience the pristine nature of the highest mountain range in Poland. Make your way to the village of Chochołów near Zakopane, where the locals still live in traditional wooden houses. Hear about everyday life and the folk culture of the local Góral people, before visiting the workshop of a talented sculptor. Return to Zakopane via Witów to look at an old wooden church and visit the shepherd's mountain shelter of Bacowka, where traditional cheese is still produced. Get breathtaking views of the Tatra Mountains on the way to Krupowki Street, Zakopane's commercial heart with lots of shops and restaurants serving local cuisine. Ride the cable car to take in breathtaking views before returning to Krakow at the end of the day.

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Zakopane - The Capital of Tatra Mountains

5. Zakopane - The Capital of Tatra Mountains

Visit the Chochołów village which was founded in the 16th century by King Zygmunt III. There you will see a number of wooden cottages and visit the Museum of Chochołów with traditional interiors from the second half of the 19th century. Explore Zakopane where you can take a walk along the main street of Krupówki which has a lively atmospheric and full of charm with many traditional highland taverns with traditional food. After lunch you can take a ride up the Gubałówka mountain where you can admire the panorama of Tatra Mountains. On the way back to Kraków you will pop in to a Highlanders hut where shepherds prepare the traditional smoked cheese "Oscypek".

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From Kraków: Slovakia Treetop Walk and Tour of Zakopane

6. From Kraków: Slovakia Treetop Walk and Tour of Zakopane

Discover the natural beauty of Slovakia's breathtaking Tatra region from the treetops, before exploring the popular holiday town of Zakopane. Travel from Krakow to the treetop walk in Ždiar, a folk village with distinctive architecture and culture, situated in the very north of Slovakia around 10 kilometres from the Polish border. Enjoy a scenic walk up-hill for 30 to 40 minutes to reach the unique treetop path, which is 18 to 24 meters high and is surrounded by magnificent tree crowns. Feel on top of the world on the wooden pavement, which is held up by huge pillars and stretches over 600 meters. Reach out and feel the treetops as you find yourself in the heart of the forests of Bachledova Valley. Indulge your senses in a breathtaking panoramic view of the Tatra Mountains and Pieniny National Park. With fair weather, gaze out over the highest peak of the Pieniny mountains in the distance: the iconic Three Crowns Massif.  This tour is perfect for families, nature lovers and mountain lovers alike. For the adrenalin hunters, there are special fragments of the route with obstacles, which can  also be omitted. For the ecologists, learn about rare local wildlife by reading educational plaques. Walk at a leisurely pace to the 32 meters-high observation platform situated on the border of Pieniny National Park and Tatras National Park. Observe the majestic natural world below. When you have finished, feel a rush of adrenalin as you slide down a 60-metre slide straight to ground level, or walk at your own pace back down the hill. Then, travel back into Poland to explore the authentic town of Zakopane, nestled at the base of the stunning Tatras Mountains. Proudly named the "winter capital of Poland", this beautiful town is Poland's most popular holiday resort. Visit Krupowki, the vibrant and bustling main street. Chat to some locals and discover what village life has to offer, before shopping for charming souvenirs. During this tour, you will be able to see the unique Chocholow village and its traditional wooden houses, which were built by the local highlanders years ago. Spot the historical wooden chapels along the way. You will also be able to view the ski jump hill, which is used for the Grant Prix Ski Jump Competition.

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Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains from Krakow

7. Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains from Krakow

Your day begins with pick-up from your hotel in Krakow, then a visit to the studio of a local folklore sculptor in Chochołów to admire the traditional Polish artworks and, if you're interested, buy some of the artist's works. The day will continue with an unforgettable funicular journey to the Gubałówka mountain, which stands at an impressive elevation of 1126m. Here, enjoy spectacular views of the Polish countryside. After a hike through the mountain peaks, head down to the charming town of Zakopane and walk along Krupówki street, which runs through the town’s center. Here, have a leisurely lunch break and enjoy one of the local delicacies, a traditional smoked cheese dish called Oscypek. After lunch, visit the monumental cemetery of Pęksowy Brzyzk, as well as The Tatra Mountains Museum and the museum of Zakopane Style of Architectural at Willa Koliba. You'll also get to see the Jaszczurówka Chapel, a classical example of Zakopane architecture. As the trip nears its end, your group will head back to Krakow, where you will be dropped off at a place of your preference.

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From Krakow: Morskie Oko, Zakopane & Thermal Baths

8. From Krakow: Morskie Oko, Zakopane & Thermal Baths

Enjoy an action-packed day taking a scenic hike to a glacial lake at Morskie Oko, exploring the town of Zakopane, and relaxing in the thermal baths in Chocholow. After getting picked up from your accommodation in Krakow, admire the views during your 2-hour drive toward the Tatra Mountains, the highest mountain chain in Poland. Arrive at the base of the Morskie Oko hike and prepare yourself for beautiful nature and stunning views. Trek up the mountain at a leisurely pace for approximately 2 hours until you reach the Morski Oko Lake. The lake was formed from glaciers in the mountains and its name means the Eye of the Sea. While at the lake, relax for a bit before heading back down on another 2-hour hike. Next, head to Zakopane and take a trip up Gubalowka Mountain by funicular. After, spend time on Krupowki Street and soak up the authentic atmosphere of the city. Peruse the shops and restaurants, and try some traditional cottage cheese. Zakopane carries the proud name of the "skiing capital of Poland" and its the country's most popular holiday resort. From Zakopane, move on to Chocolow and visit the Chocholowska Baths, the largest thermal complex in Podhale. The water here is extracted from a depth of nearly 3,600 meters (11,811 feet) and submerged rocks emit beneficial micronutrients such as sulfur, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. Unwind for 3 hours in the 8 whirlpools of thermal water, the swimming pool brine bath, and the outdoor swimming pools, all with a temperature of 36° Celsius (97° Fahrenheit).

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From Krakow: Private Zakopane and Pieniny National Park Tour

9. From Krakow: Private Zakopane and Pieniny National Park Tour

Take a private full-day tour to discover Zakopane and the stunning landscapes of Pieniny National Park. Begin your day trip in the morning with pickup at your hotel. From there, enjoy the 2-hour drive to the lovely town of Zakopane in southern Poland.  Spend 3 hours exploring the town on your own. Ride the funicular railway to the top of Gubałówka Mountain to admire the incredible views. You can stop at a local restaurant or cafe to try traditional Polish cuisine. Alternatively, visit the local market to admire the creations of Polish craftsmen, such as local smoked cheese. Wander along Krupówki Street in the heart of Zakopane to browse traditional shops and get a feel for local life. The choice is yours. Continue to the Dunajec river to enjoy a relaxing 2-hour rafting trip through the Dunajec River Gorge. After this, start the journey back to Krakow. If time permits, you can visit the ruins of Niedzica Castle on the banks of Lake Czorsztyn before being dropped off back in Krakow.

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Zakopane: Group Tour from Krakow

10. Zakopane: Group Tour from Krakow

Explore Zakopane, also known as the "skiing capital of Poland". See the Chocholow village, which features traditional wooden houses that have been built by the local highlanders years ago. Seek out the beautiful and historically famed wooden chapels along your way. Visit Krupowki, the main street of Zakopane. Meet some locals, see what village life has to offer, and shop for some souvenirs. Take a trip up Gubalowka Mountain, ride in a funicular, and experience the natural surroundings as you emerge from the forest floor and ascend upon the mountain. From the top of the mountain, you will have a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountain range. View the Ski Jump Hill, which is used for the Grant Prix Ski Jump Competition.

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What people are saying about Krupowki Street

Overall rating

3.5 / 5

based on 10 reviews

Great experience! We enjoyed the cheese tasting, trip to Zakopane, and the thermal baths. Our driver was a little heavy on the brakes, and made the ride back too rough. The croissant and bottled water at the end of the trip was a nice gesture, as we didn’t have enough time to eat at the thermal bath.

Great full day tour, lots to do and see, Eri was a funny guide and looked after us. The shepherd’s hut was awesome and had lots of cats! Zakopane is beautiful, but be prepared to queue as it can get very busy during skiing season. The thermal pools were a great end to the day.

Beautiful drive to the Bergen and on our date (December) full of snow afterwards enjoy the wonderfully warm baths while the snow swirls around you.

Wonderful day in Zakopane where we were able to discover another side of Poland. The cold, the snow, the scenery, it was splendid.

Amazing trip from start to finish. One of the best places I have been is up on the mountain and the baths were unreal.