- Summer Activities
- Winter Activities
- Ski Slopes for beginners
- Bialka Tatrzanska
- Karol Szymanowski Museum
- Kasprowy Wierch
- Morskie Oko
- Wieliczka Salt Mine
- Krupowki Street - Pedestrian Zone
There are special routes for tourists in the Tatra-National Park where you can go hiking. Admission charge: 4PLN/ 1,00€. Very famous destinations are setteled around the hollow (1-6 hour walk).
Morskie Oko means "The eye of the sea" and it is without any doubt the biggest lake in Tatra. It is 860m long and 566m width. The deepest spot ist about 50m.
If you want to visit Czarny Staw ("Black Lake") or Dolina Pieciu Stawowy just follow the signs.
There is also the possibility of visiting the Mickiewicz-Waterfalls.
Hiking in the Mountains
There are of course trips to the mountain peaks but beacause of security reasons it is not allowed to do such a trip on one's own. There for we have mountain mountain guides.
Giewont is a steel cross which was build in 1900 by the highlanders.Giewont is about 3 hours away from the cable railway at Kasprowy Wierch.
There are courses held by teachers who are there to show and tell you everything you need for climbing mountains safely and correctly.
There are organised river rides on rubber dinghies through the Dunajec.
Zakopane offers perfect areas for paragliding (tandem flights: one day course).
Are you interested in more activities? For more information there is a brochure called Zakopane and area available in every shop.