Shrine of Our Lady Fatima

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From Krakow: Zakopane and Tatra Mountains Day Trip

1. From Krakow: Zakopane and Tatra Mountains Day Trip

Take a day out from Krakow and head 100km south to the winter capital of Poland. Explore the Zakopane regional market, walk Krupowki street, and experience the town at your leisure. See authentic housing in Chocholow and marvel at the Tatra mountains by riding a funicular train up Gubalowka hill. Travel to the winter town of Zakopane. Explore as you please and find many worthwhile attractions like the professional ski jumping hill. Walk through the bustling Kripowki street and try some regional food. Find the Shrine of Our Lady Fatima, Jaszczurowca Chapel, and explore the old cemetery. Head just outside the town to the village of Chocholow and admire the traditional wooden housing. Taste an authentic highlander's cheese called 'Oscypek' and delight in the quaint magic of this hidden treasure. Climb aboard an amazing incline railway and reach the top of Gubalowka hill, 1126 meters high. Capture breathtaking views of the Tatra Mountains, the tallest peaks in all of Poland.

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What people are saying about Shrine of Our Lady Fatima

Our driver Matheus was very friendly and knowledgeable - we had several stops and it turned out to be a great day. We were back in the city by 6pm - and we were also dropped off a different location at our request.

A place that you should spend a day to explore the natural beauty of the village. Guide is so friendly and polite. Highly recommended trip. Pick up and drop off at your choice

The trip to Zakopane town and mountains was the highlight of our tour. Wish we had more time. Must come back in summer and winter to enjoy the Christmas festivities

Brilliant day trip with an excellent friendly guide who was an absolute treasure and made us all feel welcome