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Mountains

Kasprowy Wierch

Kolejka na Kasprowy

The cable railway to Kasprowy started its operation in 1936. It was built at an express pace - only in a year! The way to the top takes 12 minutes.
In 2006, after 12 years of efforts, PKL received permission to modernize the railway, and since 2007, new carriages have entered the summit. The cable car is popular both in winter, due to the best ski slopes in Poland, and in summer. From Kasprowy Wierch you can go for a walk to Zakopane or go down the "ski slope". This is a great place to start trekking in the Tatras. Our chalets are located only 2.5 km from the bottom station of the Kasprowy Wierch Cable Car in Zakopane.

Mountains

Gubałówka

Gubałówka

Gubałówka is one of the biggest attractions of Zakopane. The place is extremely popular among holidaymakers enjoying rest and accommodation in Zakopane due to its easy accessibility - Gubałówka can be reached on foot or by a funicular. At the top, amazing views await us: a panorama of Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains stretching over it. You can also easily see Giewont and Kasprowy Wierch, and in better weather, the highest peaks of the High Tatras.

City

Krupówki

Krupówki

Krupówki definitely is one of the most famous promenades in our country
Krupówki Street is considered one of the greatest attractions of Zakopane for a reason. This beautiful street runs for over a kilometer through the very center of the city. Cars are completely forbidden on the boardwalk. Krupówki are colorful, teeming with life and a lot is going on here all the time. To see the stunning architecture of the houses, restaurants and museums surrounding the street, it's best to come to Zakopane out of season. In the high season, it is always incredibly crowded here.
Krupówki also acts as a great bazaar with souvenirs, products and regional products. The promenade smells like oscypek cheese, sheepskin and traditional regional dishes, which are served in most of the local pubs and taverns. Interesting attractions also include a carriage ride, or a breathtaking halfway - a beautiful view of the nearby Giewont.

City

A house upside down

A house upside down

The upside-down house is an attraction in Zakopane. The cottage was built in 2010, although its architecture resembles a much older design, inherent in the mountain atmosphere. The easiest way to get there is going up Nowotarska Street or along Krupówki. The house is located a few minutes from the main promenade in Zakopane (Krupówki).
In Zakopane, the Upside Down House is simply an upside down house. At first glance, you can say that something knocked him over and he is lying on the roof. Visiting it starts from the first floor, which in practice is the ground floor and you enter it from the ceiling. The feeling inside can be a bit confusing, but when you take the stairs to the ground floor, you get used to the new ceiling-floor. All equipment is of course attached to the ceiling and the whole attraction is safe for both children and adults.
In the building, however, it is worth being cautious, because it is slightly tilted, which, combined with the inversion of the natural orientation of the space, may make some visitors dizzy.

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