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The ski jump on the Wielka Krokiew is one of the most popular sportsfacility in our country. It is Poland's largest natural ski jump situated on the slope of a mountain sheltered forest.

The attraction is a trip chairlift to the summit of the Great Krokiew , where you can admire the panorama of Zakopane. Chairlift is open every day from 9:00 - 17:00 or 20:00 depending on the season

Our Hotel is located just a few minutes walk from the Wielka Krokiew.

Most of the rooms , especially the rooms Luxury rooms offers a beautiful view for this hill.


Giewont lies in the area of the Polish Tatra National Park (Tatrzański Park Narodowy). In Polish folklore it is associated with a legend about oversleeping knights, who will awake when Poland is in danger. The profile of the mountains is similar to a lying knight, wherein the Long Giewont is the knight's torso, and the Great Giewont is the knight's face as viewed from the side (the three 'peaks' being the chin, the nose, and the eyebrow). The image of Giewont as viewed from the north (see below) makes the profile easy to discern. On Great Giewont, there is a 15 m steel cross that is the site of many religious pilgrimages.


From 1910 onwards Kasprowy Wierch became very popular among ski tourists so much so an aerial tramway or téléphérique, reaching almost to the summit, was built between 1935-1936 as such it is one of the oldest in Europe.

As part of its modernization, the cabin aerial ropeway was closed for a period until December 2007. In 1938 meteorological and astronomical observatories were built here. Users of the cable car have to change cars midway at Myślenicke Turnie mount.

At the top station there are restaurants and information offices with further ski lifts just outside.


Krupowki is the central, thus, the most representative street of Zakopane. It is also one of the five most famous streets in Poland. Its one end is situated at the Gubalowka funicular base station, whereas the other goes southwards. Krupowki is over a kilometre long. This promenade - lined with a wide selection of shops, restaurants and hotels – attracts thousands of visitors all year round. Some come here to sit in one of the restaurants or on one of the benches and look at the crowds walking along the promenade. Others enjoy walking up and down Krupowki doing window-shopping, showing off the latest sports outfit and gear or being just a part of this multi-lingual crowd. This central attraction of Zakopane has an unrivalled atmosphere, especially at the height of the summer and winter seasons. The street is always vibrant with life. It is here that you can see portray artists, watch various types of street performers, hear the horses stamping on the pavement and smell the Zakopane cuisine specialities and grilled food.


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