Tatra Mountains – Zakopane tour
Discover the beauty of the Polish Tatra Mountains and Zakopane the most famous Polish city located in the immediate vicinity of the mountain peaks. Due to its beauty and precious natural resources, the Polish Tatras are part of the Tatra National Park, which is included in the list of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves.
Zakopane is a small, picturesque town (with more than 20 thousand inhabitants) in Małopolskie Voivodship, located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. The mountain peaks Giewont and Kasprowy Wierch which are located in the vicinity of Zakopane are often frequented by tourists. The beginnings of Zakopane date to the turn of the 15th and 16th centuries when the first settlers began to flow into the area of the future city. The city is also associated with many known Polish culture figures who contributed to its popularity (one of them was Henryk Sienkiewicz, author of the historical novel “Quo vadis”, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905).
Visit Zakopane the most popular tourist destination in the Tatras. See Krupówki the famous promenade where dozens of regional shops and restaurants are located. The city is also considered to be the winter capital of Poland. Tours to Zakopane take place throughout the year.
– Krupówki the famous promenade in Zakopane
– Chance to try “oscypek” sheep cheese made at the foot of Tarta Mountains (from May to October)
– Breathtaking views of the majestic Tatras
The tour is suitable for people of all ages (children, adults and the elderly). The Tatra Mountains – Zakopane tour can be tailored to the individual wishes of the customer.
Guided Tatra Mountains – Zakopane tour includes:
- hotel/hostel pick-up
- English-speaking guide
- transportation by air conditioned car
- hotel/hostel drop-off
- 9 – 10 hours (approx.)
Rates – including tax
- 260 zł (minimum 2 participants)