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Zakopane and thermal springs - private tour2 Reviews
Escape the city for a day and visit a charming mountain resort in the Tatra Mountains. Discover delicious local cuisine, amazing views and experience the unique atmosphere of Poland's winter capital.
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- Witness the incredible views from Gubałówka
- Enjoy a day tour to the winter capital of Poland
- Explore the charming resort town of Zakopane at your own pace
- See the best examples of traditional wooden houses
- Relax in the thermal baths
DescriptionConsidered Poland’s winter capital, Zakopane is a snow-sports paradise situated at the foot of the Tatras. Attractions include the Gubałówka mountain resort and the nearby thermal springs. The town is also known for its rich Goral heritage and traditional architecture, as well as sweeping summertime views. First you will be picked-up form your accommodation. The journey from Krakow to Zakopane takes around 2 hours. Enjoy your free time at Krupówki street - the centre of Zakopane. Later you will go up to Gubałówka Hill to admire the view. While traveling we stop for approximately 15 minutes at Chochołow - wooden village and in a shepherd's hut to try local grilled cheeses (oscypek). After exploring Zakopane, we will take you to the best thermal springs in the area - Termy Chochołowskie. You will relax 2,5h in thermal waters, use many thermal baths and jacuzzis on two levels inside and outside, and take advantage of the water slides. There is also a swim up bar! Thermal water, except for medicinal mineral composition, also has therapeutic properties. Thermal baths relaxant effect and improve blood supply to tissues and organs.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Private transportation Cable car ride up the mountain English and German-speaking driver Entrance tickets to the thermal springs (2,5h)
- This tour is not recommended for pregnant womens and travelers with walking disabilities or those using a wheelchair Temperatures in the mountain region are lower than in the city so please dress appropriately