Krakow airport transfer
Let us pick up from the airport and take you straight to your destination.
Reach the city without stress thanks to our city centre transfer service.
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Let's spend a day in the Tatra Mountains. Day trip to Morskie Oko (The Eye of the Sea), to one of the most popular and beautiful places to visit in the mountains.
The tour description:
Pick up from your hotel, transfer to Dunajec Gorge;
On the way from Krakow to Dunajec Gorge you can visit:
Church in Dębno- know as a Pearl of Podhale;
Castle in Niedzica;
Rafting down the Dunajec River with experienced raftsmen;
Transfer to Zakopane;
Krupówki Street- a famous Zakopane promenade;
Funicular to Gubałówka Mont from Zakopane;
Transfer to Krakow;
Drop you off at your hotel or wherever you wish to in Krakow.
Do you want to see as much as possible in one day?
hotel pick up- "door to door" transfers;
transfer by a comfortable car just for yourselves;
experienced, passionate and friendly English speaking driver;
in car wifi internet access;
the total cost of transport;
complimentary bottled water.
drop off at the hotel or anywhere else in the old town of Krakow.
Begin your tour with pick up from your select Krakow hotel.
After we have picked you up, and you are sat comfortably, your driver/guide will introduce themselves, and explain the plan for your day. Your driver will provide the full commentary on our interesting route out of Krakow to the south;
Transfer to Zakopane;
We will make a short, but incredibly scenic comfort stop in Chochołów. Chocholow is folk architecture complex- a village from the past.
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Transfer back to Krakow;
We are at your disposal all the time during the tour;
After the tour, we will drop you off at your hotel or wherever you wish to in Krakow.
Chocholow, folk architecture complex (situated 20km from Zakopane)
The houses in Chocholow come from the 18th and 19th centuries and are constructed of wood. The houses are built of flat logs in Podhale style.
The village has one main street with rows of single-storey wooden houses that mirror each other on both sides of the street.
The wooden walls of these houses maintain their look of newness from a yearly cleaning (each Easter) and polishing with soap, and they appear to have just been built.
One of the most beautiful cottages in Chochołów is no. 24. Its front wall was made of a single, huge fir trunk, hence its name the single fir cottage.
Funicular railway to the top of the Gubałówka Mountain
Funicular railway for a scenic ride to the top of Gubałówka Mount (1 126 m above sea level). On a clear day, you'll be able to see the panorama of Tatra Mountains.
The central point in Zakopane is Krupówki- a famous Zakopane promenade, with numerous regional restaurants, the local market and stands with mountain cheese. Modern ski slopes and a lot of hotels attract skiers and snowboarders from all over the globe. In Zakopane, the tourist season lasts all year long.
The Tatra Museum
This is the oldest ethnic museum in Poland and has been open since 1889.
Here you will find hundreds of samples of the local fauna, many of them very rare or near extinction.
The Museum of Zakopane Style in Koliba Villa
The most beautiful houses in Zakopane were built in line with the Zakopane style. It was the first house constructed by Stanisław Witkiewicz in his original style (1892-1893). The museum showcases Zakopane style furniture, equipment and decorative art items from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Branch of the Tatra Museum.
"Na Peksowym Brzyzku" Cemetery
One of the most famous Polish cemeteries, the oldest Zakopane cemetery. The cemetery was established in the 1850s through the efforts of Zakopane's first pastor, Fr. Józef Stolarczyk, on land donated by Jan Pęksa (hence the name). This Cemetery was originally the burial place for citizens of Zakopane. Many famous people closely connected with the mountains, as well as many representatives of culture and arts, are buried here. Currently, there are about 70 tombstones.
Wielka Krokiew (The Great Krokiew) ski jump
It is one of the biggest ski jumps built on the slope of Krokiew mountain (1378 m a.s.l.) in Zakopane. Officially opened on 22 March 1925. It is a regular venue in the FIS Ski jumping World Cup.
The Chapel of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus on Jaszczurówka
The Chapel of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in Jaszczurówka was built in 1904- 1907 in the Zakopane style, based on a design by Stanisław Witkiewicz. It is marked by a high, granite underpinning and soaring silhouette. The shingled gable roof with a characteristic, lofty tower features "rising sun" decorative motifs on the top.
The cable train to Kasprowy Wierch
The cable train to Kasprowy Wierch was inaugurated in February 1936. It consists of two parts: Kuźnice- Myślenickie Turnie then Myślenickie Turnie- Kasprowy Wierch. Kasprowy Wierch (1985m a.s.l.) is a meeting point for many mountain trails.
Zakopane is located in the south of Poland, about 100 km south of Krakow.
Zakopane is a charming town situated at the foot of the majestic Tatra Mountains and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Poland. In the interwar years, the development of ski tourism led to the town becoming the winter capital of Poland. During this period, the town twice hosted the FIS world skiing championship.
Zakopane is a place where you never get bored. In the winter the Tatra Mountains become the centre of winter sports activity in Poland. This is the place to go skiing and snowboarding.
It is also the capital of Polish Highland culture.
The mountain traditions cultivated here can be seen in the folk costumes and the unique wooden architecture of the houses.
The Zakopane's popularity flourished thanks to the Stanisław Witkiewicz- painter, architect, who lived there from 1890. Fascinated with the architecture and decorative motifs of the highland people he used them as the foundation upon which he created an innovative and unique style, now known as the Zakopane style.
In both summer and winter, the town offers a lot of opportunities for active leisure and relaxation.