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Zakopane & Hot Springs - Trip from Kraków1 Reviews
Explore the South of Poland and visit Zakopane located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. Relax in mineral water at the Chocholow Thermal Baths.
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- Swim in hot mineral pools
- Take a trip to Gubalowka Mountain and get beautiful panoramas
- Enjoy your time at Krupowki local bazaar
- Relax in whirlpool pools
- Get stunning views of the Tatra Mountain range
DescriptionExplore the South of Poland and visit Zakopane, the skiing capital of Poland, and the most popular holiday resort in Poland. See the Chocholow village, traditional wooden houses built by the locals years ago. Spot the beautiful and historically famed wooden chapels. Meet the locals and see what village life has to offer as you shop for souvenirs. Take a trip up the mountain Gubalowka on a funicular and experience the stunning panorama of this area. Get a beautiful view of the Tatra Mountain range at the top of the mountain. See the ski jump hill, used for the Grant Prix Ski Jump Competition. Relax in the warm waters of the Chocholowska Baths, which is the largest thermal complex in Podhale. You will spend there 3 hours in both indoor and outdoor pools. Stepping in the warm waters might help you relax both physically and mentally. Benefit from the natural waters, extracted from the depth of around 3600 meters below ground level, and said to have various beneficial effects on health. Submerged rocks emit beneficial micronutrients such as sulfur, calcium, magnesium, and sodium. Relax in the 8 whirlpool pools of thermal water with a temperature of 36 degrees Celsius.
IncludesHotel Pickup and drop-off English speaking driver Ticket for the funicular Ticket to Thermal Baths for 3 hours Traditional cottage cheeses
- Warm clothes are recommended because of the low temperatures
- Please inform the supplier if your child is less than 150 centimeters (4 foot 9 inches)