Near our accommodation, you will find the entrances to the four most beautiful valleys of the Western Tatras. These dales are a great starting point for a hike to the higher parts of the Tatra Mountains.
All of the lifts presented are situated near the House on the Peak - hence our house is a great starting point for skiing or snowboarding.
In Kościelisko, one of the homes to cross-country skiing in Poland, where more than 30 Olympians in this discipline come from, cross-country skiing is one of the oldest winter sports, it is also tourism and recreation. The equipment available to us today allows you to combine healthy exercise with the pleasure of connecting with nature.
The swimming pool operates from the 28th of June to the 31st of August, daily from 9 AM – 6 PM.
A waterslide, slides for children, beach volleyball court, beach chair rental and an inn, in which there are toilets, changing rooms and lockers for clothes are available to the guests of the pool.
Butorowy Wierch is the highest peak of the Gubałowski Range. It is therefore worth visiting Butorowy Wierch in Kościelisko while in Zakopane. This place is perfect for hiking and cycling trips where you can appreciate the beautiful panorama of the Tatra Mountains.
The square below the Gubałówka is an extension of Krupówki, a newly built underground passageway under Kościeliska Street leads to it. The square is mainly a great marketplace where you can buy everything from sheepskin boots and shoes to fruit and flowers, and above all regional wooden goods, sheepskins and real highlander's oscypek and bundz.
The cable car to Kasprowy Wierch is the only alpine cable car in Poland. The ride to the top of Kasprowy Wierch mountain is 4,291.59 meters, but it lasts only a few minutes – the wagons can transport up to 60 people during the winter months and 32 people during the summer! The journey over the Tatra valleys is full of great views and provides an unforgettable experience.
The Great Krokiew, in the name of Stanisław Marusarz, is the largest among all the ski jumps found in Zakopane, with the construction point of K120. Located on the Northern slope of the Krokiew Mountain at the intersection of Bronisława Czecha and Józefa Piłsudskiego Streets, it is one of the most beautiful constructions of its kind. It owes its beauty to its natural location among the Tatra forests.
The Witkacy Theater was founded in Zakopane by a group of PWST graduates from Krakow (Julia Wernio and Andrzej Dziuk and future actors including Dorota Ficoń, Karina Krzywicka, Piotr Dąbrowski, Andrzej Jesionek, Krzysztof Łakomik, Krzysztof Najbor and Piotr Sambor).
The oldest cemetery in Zakopane, founded around 1850 near the first church, thanks to the priest Józef Stolarczyk. Originally, people of Zakopane were buried in the Chochołów and Poronin cemeteries. At the start of the 19th century, after the Gąsieniców Chapel was built, the deceased were occasionally buried nearby, including, in accordance with his will, the founder of the Chapel, Paweł Gąsienica.
The gallery presents professional contemporary Polish art in the country and abroad. It organises meetings with authors, screenings of films about art, poetry evenings and since 1977 intimate concerts and occasional concerts with the Karol Szymanowski Museum - "Atma" and the Musical Society of K. Szymanowski in Zakopane. The gallery also organises contemporary art fairs.
The Tatra Museum is one of the oldest regional museums in Poland. In 1888, a group of friends and supporters of Dr Titus Chałubiński founded the Tatra Museum Society, which in the same year opened the first exhibition.
The Aquapark in Zakopane is home to many great attractions. For swimming fans, two recreation and swimming pools have been prepared: an internal surface of 384.5 m2 and a length of 25 m with water at a temperature of 28.5 C with three swimming lanes (which can be hired with prior reservation) and with water jets in the recreation area, the pool has a depth of 13 -150 cm.
Krupówki is one of the absolute must-sees of Zakopane. The pedestrian street running through the city centre is 1,100 m long. Most of the buildings located along Krupówki are occupied by numerous restaurants and highland taverns as well as souvenir shops, there is also a stop for the cabs.