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Levoča: City Highlights Walking Tour

1. Levoča: City Highlights Walking Tour

See the main attractions of Levoča on a walking tour with a local guide. Meet your professional guide at the main entrance to the Basilica of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Admire the views of the town and the countryside from the hill. Then, follow your guide to the most charming places Levoča has to offer. Visit the town's historic center. Marvel at the well-preserved town wall and many Renaissance buildings. Learn about the town's fascinating history. Discover the many stories hidden in its streets and buildings. Visit the Krížová Cesta pilgrimage site and find out about its legends. Listen as your guide tells you what makes living in Levoča unique and how the locals like to spend their time.

High Tatras: Bearwatching Hiking Tour in Slovakia

2. High Tatras: Bearwatching Hiking Tour in Slovakia

Bearwatching is great way to explore local wildlife during walk in Tatra mountain without hides in Slovakia. Our brown bear walking tour in Slovakia is our most popular tour we provide in Tatra mountain! Experienced bear guides will take you to the places with best chance to spot brown bear. We do about 30 tours in 4 months. Seeing the brown bears in their territory is always great day, even for our guides, as every day is always different, but besides the brown bear we will spot the chamois, red deer, bird species …. All of this is without hides and view towers. We will take you to one of the valleys where are the best chances to see them. Located near village Podbanské. Most common question by clients? How high is the chance to spot brown bear in it’s own territory? Each season we do around 30 tours and 25 were successful in spotting the bears. How long and how hard is the hike? Hike takes 7km into the valley and 7km back. Every bear watching day tour is different. It always depends on season and weather but the chances to spot them are always high. Thank you and see you soon in Slovakia!

From Krakow: Morskie Oko and Slovakia Treetop Walk

3. From Krakow: Morskie Oko and Slovakia Treetop Walk

Discover the natural beauty of Slovakia's breathtaking Tatra region from the treetops. Travel from Krakow to the treetop walk in Ždiar, a folk village with distinctive architecture and culture, situated in the very north of Slovakia around 6 miles from the Polish border. Enjoy a scenic walk up-hill for 30 to 40 minutes to reach the unique treetop path, which is 59 to 78 feet high and is surrounded by magnificent tree crowns. Feel on top of the world on the wooden bridge, which is held up by huge pillars and stretches around 2,000 feet. Reach out and feel the treetops as you find yourself in the heart of the forests of Bachledova Valley. Indulge your senses in a breathtaking panoramic view of the Tatra Mountains and Pieniny National Park. With fair weather, gaze out over the highest peak of the Pieniny mountains in the distance: the iconic Three Crowns Massif. Deep in the Tatra Mountains, Morskie Oko Lake was formed by glaciers. The lake is surrounded by some of the highest peaks in the Tatra Mountains, which makes for magnificent views. It is also home to many animals, birds, and even natural fish stocks, something that is rare in the Tatras. The hike to the lake is about five miles and takes about 2-2.5 hours each way. The trail runs along a paved roadway and is not difficult. Enjoy beautiful views along the way. At the end of your visit to the lake, hike back to the starting point.

From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk, Zakopane & Thermal Baths

4. From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk, Zakopane & Thermal Baths

Your full-day trip begins with pickup from your accommodation in Krakow and heads to Zdiar, a charming Slovakian folk village located just 10 kilometres from the Polish border. Admire the distinctive architecture and culture of Zdiar, then embark on a scenic uphill walk to reach the treetop path. Located 24 meters above the ground, this unique walkway offers stunning views across Bachledova Valley, the Tatra Mountains, and Pieniny National Park. After your walk, continue the tour to Zakopane, also known as the “skiing capital of Poland”. Wander along Krupowki, the town’s main street, and mingle with the locals. As you explore, get a sense of small-town life and shop for souvenirs and handmade crafts. Later, ride the funicular up to Gubalowka Mountain to admire yet more amazing views. You’ll also see the famous ski hill used for the Gran Prix Ski Jump Competition. Finally, visit Chocholowska Thermal Baths in the highland village of Chocholow. Spend three hours relaxing in the mineral-rich waters and let the stresses of everyday life melt away. Work your way around the eight whirlpools and take a dip in the brine bath. At the end of an amazing day, enjoy drop-off back to Krakow.

From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk and Zakopane Tour

5. From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk and Zakopane Tour

Treetop walk Bachledka is located in Slovakia about 6 miles (10 km) from the border with Poland. Route length 1960 feet (600 meters) is located on the heigh 79 feet (24 meters), then you will come to the observation tower with a height 105 feet (32 meters) where is beautiful view of the Tatras. On the treetop walk you can get in on foot (about 1 hour up, 45 min down) or by cable car ride up-down. Zakopane is a town located about 62 miles (100 km) on the south from Krakow. This is the place located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. Zakopane is called the winter capital of Poland. You will have a chance to walk down on the Krupówki street where you can find many restaurants with traditional regional food. A must visit is Gubałówka hill where you can go to the top by a funicular with some breathtaking views on the Tatra Mountains.

From Zakopane: Tree Top Walk and Belianska Cave Day Trip

6. From Zakopane: Tree Top Walk and Belianska Cave Day Trip

You will be picked up from your apartment in Zakopane in the morning and our journey starts from the drive to Slovakia, Bachledowa Dolina where is a famous Bachledka resort with a cable car and Tree Top Walk. You have one hour of free time time to walk around, enjoy the view, take a lot of pictures and rest in a restaurant/coffee bar on the top. Next you will be taken to Belianska Cave, that is 15 min driving away. From the parking lot there is a 20 min hike up to the cave's entrance. You will join a group and with the local guide you will be led around the cave. The cave tour takes approximately 70 min. When the tour is finished you will be driven back to Zakopane. You can ask for a drop off to your apartment or to the city centre for dinner.

Dunajec River Gorge Rafting and Tree Top Walk from Krakow

7. Dunajec River Gorge Rafting and Tree Top Walk from Krakow

Travel from Krakow to the Dunajec River Gorge and Tatra Mountains, the most picturesque tourist attractions in southern Poland, on a 12-hour excursion. Marvel at the beauty of the gorge, featured on UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in Poland. Wooden raft trips have been offered since the early 19th century, when customers were guests of the nearby Niedzica and Czorsztyn castles. Your raft trip begins in the village of Sromowce Wyżne-Kąty and ends in the resort town of Szczawnica, 18 kilometers downstream. Enjoy a restaurant lunch to refuel after rafting. Continue on to Bachledova Valley in Slovakia to walk the 1234-meter-long Bachledka Treetop Trail, situated up to 24 meters above the ground and with a 32-meter high observation tower in the heart of majestic forests of the Pieniny National Park. Discover the unique nature of the Belianske Tatras to learn about many animals and plants that can be found only in a few places of the world.

Krakow: Mountain Treetop Walk & Zakopane Day Trip

8. Krakow: Mountain Treetop Walk & Zakopane Day Trip

Enjoy a day trip from Krakow to two of the region's stunning sights. Take in the panoramic views of the Pieniny National Park, before vising the resort town of Zakopane. Travel from your hotel in Krakow to the treetop walk in Ždiar, a distinctive folk village on the Slovakian border. Enjoy a scenic walk along its unique treetop path, and feel on top of the world on the wooden pavement. Next, explore the authentic town of Zakopane, nestled at the base of the Tatras Mountains. This beautiful town is Poland's most popular holiday resort. Visit Krupowki, the vibrant and bustling main street and shop for some charming souvenirs. Ride the funicular up the Gubalowka mountain, and take in the panoramic views.

Great mountains and national parks of Slovakia

9. Great mountains and national parks of Slovakia

The High Tatras sit in Slovakia, close to the Polish border. Snow stays all summer here atop jagged granite peaks, waterfalls tumble from stark rock walls, and deep narrow gorges and ridgetop trails offer great hiking, while a wealth of alpine flora is found along quiet forest paths and richly green meadows. This hiking tour will take you to the tallest and most beautiful mountains in Slovakia and Central Europe. The High Tatras ridge has been a popular hiking destination for visitors locals for a long time.   On this hiker’s odyssey, you’ll make easy scrambles up local peaks, traverse long green valleys to high summit ridges, and meet the friendly locals who share the trails with you (hiking is Slovakia’s national sport!). Hikes range in length from five to eight hours, with a return to the hotel at the end of the day. They also vary considerably in difficulty (a few are fairly strenuous); trails are often exposed and chains, ladders, and metal platforms are used to negotiate some of the trickier spots. If you feel like skipping any of the hikes, you’ll find opportunities to explore the local culture. To complement the challenging hikes, you’ll get a taste of the history and culture of the ancient lands of central Europe with visits to unspoiled medieval towns like Levoca, little-changed since the 13th century, Vienna, once the seat of the old Habsburg Empire and the hub of Europe, and Prague, a golden storybook city with beautiful architecture from nearly every major period and style.

From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk, Zakopane & Thermal Spa

10. From Krakow: Slovakia Treetop Walk, Zakopane & Thermal Spa

Discover the beauty of the Pieniny National Park on this day trip from Krakow. Marvel at stunning views as you stroll with a bird's-eye-view on the Bachledka Treetop Trail.  Be picked up from your Krakow hotel in a climate controlled bus. Relax on the drive through the Polish countryside on the way to the Bachledova Valley in Slovakia. Stop at the start of the 1234-meter long Bachledka Treetop Trail. Walk on a trail that is 24 meters above the ground with a 32-meter high observation tower. Take in views from this position in the heart of the majestic forests of the Pieniny National Park. View the Belianske Tatras and learn about the animals and plants that are unique to the area. Purchase a nice lunch in Zakopane, then walk down Krupowki and enjoy the unique ambiance at the heart of the Tatra Mountains. Finish your day on a relaxing note and plunge into the hot springs in Chochołow Thermal Spa, before driving back to Krakow.

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We had a really amazing experience on this trip. One part of the tour was cancelled as it was closed due to maintenance, but they let us know in advance and we chose to reschedule but they also offered a partial refund. Our driver Maciej was great, on time, and had a good sense of humour. He really gave us the time to explore everything, we never felt rushed, and he even allowed us some extra time to see the centre of Zakopane when we got stuck in a long queue to return down the mountain as it was Independence Day and very busy! He also pointed out a couple interesting things on the journey that you might have missed otherwise, and kept us informed of our timings. He drove well too and I felt safe the whole way. It was quite a busy day but each destination was totally worth it and it was all beautiful - the walk in Slovakia is stunning and the thermal baths were much more entertaining than I had thought. I would definitely recommend to anyone, and was a highlight or our trip :)

One part of our tour was cancelled however that did not change how amazing the experience was. Our tour guide Gregory was extremely friendly, helpful and knew all that there’s needs to be known about Krakow/Zakopane. Would definitely recommend this tour great value for money and an overall awesome experience.

The guide was really helpful and friendly. Give us lots of flexibility to make sure we enjoyed the trip. Views were amazing and the experience was one that will not be forgotten. If you are looking for something different I would definitely recommend.

Driver was very sweet and enthusiastic throughout the journey. Trip was relaxing and the view was breathtaking. Was worth the money in my opinion:)

I had a solo trip to Zakopane and the Treetop Walk in Slovakia. Thomasz was a good, safe driver and had a good sense of humor. I enjoyed my tour.