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PIENINY NATIONAL PARK – DUNAJEC CYCLE PATH
Arriving to Krakow Airport and transfer by bus to Szczawnica.
The Pieninski National Park is unusual in many aspects. Its small area boasts a unique landscape and natural features: a narrow strip of the limestone rocks throughout millennia, have been weathered into round shapes from the north and the dramatic, high cliffs on the southern side. A Dunajec road trip is one of the most popular Polish mountain attractions, through the Pieniny Gorge gives unforgettable experience.
Afternoon half day tour by MTB bike will be with professional English speaking guided: tour approx 15 km/one way – simple roud through The Pieniny Gorge Caution! The cycle tracks coincide with walking trails. Tourists are requested to be particularly careful.
After the bike tour we will continue our tour to Zakopane. Dinner and overnight stay in Zakpane at the local Villa.
ZAKOPANE KOSCIELISKA VALLEY
After the breakfast meeting with local mountain English speaking guide. Today we will be admired in the Tatra Mountains . Our walking tour will be through by the Koscieliska Valley (during approx.4-5hrs). It is a half a day trip, an easy one, with the altitude difference at 180 metres. Kościeliska valley is one of the most beautiful and most frequently visited valleys in the Tatra mountains. The road is quite wide, but there are a few narrower gates built of hard dolomite rock.
After the tour we will go to have fun in Thermal baths in Chochołów (during approx.2hrs).
Dinner at the house with bonfire, roasting sausages, bread, appetizers, hot tea.
Overnight in Zakopane.
ZAKOPANE- MOUNT KASPROWY WIERCH CABLE CAR
After the breakfast meeting with local mountain English speaking guide.
Walking tour Tatra Mountains (during approx. 3-4 hrs) – The cable car trip to Mount Kasprowy (1987 m asl) takes approximately 15 minutes and takes place in two stages with a change in Myślenickie Turnie (1325 m asl). Once you reach the very peak of the mountain, should the weather permit, we strongly recommend the climb to meteorological observatory, which is in fact the highest situated building in Poland. The guide take you to some of the Valley Pass to admire the breathtaking panorama of the High Tatras over the Slovakian side.
Note: not recommend to the people who have high anxiety.
After the tour we will drive to Krakow. Dinner and overnight stay in Krakow.
Optional: you can organize disco at the hotel for free
Optional: Bowling in Plaza center http://pinkbowling.pl/krakow/
KRAKOW – WIELICZKA SALT MINE
After the breakfast half day city tour with local guide.
Krakow Old Town Walking Tour – During the General tour you will have a chance to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Experienced guide will take you for walking tour around the Old Town (UNESCO) with it’s most important and spectacular monuments: Barbican, Florian Gate, Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall -Sukiennice, Wawel Hill with the magnificent Royal Castle.
Afternoon Visit in Wieliczka Salt Mine during approx. 3 hrs
Salt Mine Wieliczka, was entered in 1978 on UNESCO World Heritage List. The only salt mine in the world preserved in this condition, visited by more than 1 million tourists a year. Visitors may take a walk of 2¸5 km through 3 levels in the Salt Mine down to 135 meters below ground level (400 steps), through underground lakes, various interesting geological forms, galleries, chambers and chapels. The lift will take you up. The highlight is the richly ornamented Chapel of Blessed Kinga.
Note: not recommended to the people who have problems with walking or those who are claustrophobic, Lift down extra paid, Inside temperature +14’C (55’F)
Back to Krakow.
Dinner at the reginal restaurant with folk music
Overnight stay in Krakow.
AUSCHWITZ – BIKRENAU
Breakfast and check out. After breakfast we depart to Krakow via Auschwitz. The Auschwitz – Birkenau Memorial has become the world’s symbol of the Holocaust, terror, genocide, and the crimes of World War II. It was established by Germans in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim (about 60 km from Krakow), a Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis. In 1979 former concentration camp was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After sightseeing we will go to Krakow Airport.