Trekking in Tatras

18.09. – 19.09.21

City break in Tatras

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Summit Giewont and Kopa Kondracka


95€ (430 PLN)

When you feel like summer is coming to an end and you need to escape the city one last time, allow yourself to hear the call of the mountains and come with us to prolong the summery days in the Polish High Tatras. These mountains, also known as “small Alps”, brim with beauty and offer numerous possibilities to the outdoor lifestyle enthusiasts. The mountain range in the southern border of Poland is famous for the majestic mountain views, valleys, caves and local hospitality! We will go there to see it and experience it in our own flesh. 

We invite you to join us for a weekend trip through two amazing trails in the heart of Tatras. We will hike to the very top of Giewont (1895m), known as the symbol of Zakopane and crowned by a colossal steel cross (15m). Ścieżka nad Reglami will make us feel on top of the world as we hike through the mountain ridge and go beyond borders as we walk the imaginary line that divides Poland and Slovakia. No adventure can continue on an empty stomach, and that’s why we will reward ourselves with a well deserved rest and a tasty lunch at the very charming mountain huts. And of course, we could not leave this place without experiencing sincere Goral hospitality and cuisine in the local restaurant at the main street of the city – Krupówki.

Join us and get to know Poland from its peaks and valleys!



This tour is suitable both for beginners and experienced tourists, however it will take a significant effort and energy from your side. Come prepared! On the first day, we will hike for approximately 15 km and summit Wielki Giewont 1895 m, while on our second-day, although less challenging, we will walk for 13 km along the mountain range between two countries to admire the grandiosity of at least 4 peaks.



We stay in a comfortable and authentic villa in Zakopane, with a high level of service. Twin and double rooms as well as other options are available for families and groups of friends. Nutritious breakfasts are held at the villa.



Key elements of the adventure


  • Symbol of Polish Tatras – peak Wielki Giewont 1895 m
  • Hike between two countries – Goryczkowa Czuba
  • Summit of several peaks of Tatras ridge
  • Cable car ride to Kasprowy Wierch
  • authentic polish cuisine
  • cosy Polish town of Zakopane
  • clean mountain air and great company



Included in the price

  • transfer Krakow-Zakopane-Krakow
  • accommodation in the authentic guest house in Zakopane 
  • breakfast
  • entrance to sanctuaries and national parks
  • guide services
  • full informational support during the preparation for trek
  • procurement of the necessary equipment (rental or purchase)
  • first aid kit


Not included

  • Cable car ticket (≈ 79 PLN)
  • snacks on the route and dinners in restaurants
  • souvenirs


Trip plan


First day

All of us meet up in the morning in Krakow and head straight to the capital of Polish Tatras – Zakopane. It will be a long and exciting day, we will have to hike up to the summit of Wielki Giewont, with an elevation around  900 m. In the evening we will treat ourselves with great cuisine and music from the Goral region.

Second day
On this day we will take the cable car all the way to Kasprowy Wierch, which will give us half an hour to rest and admire the stunning views around us. Once we arrive at the peak we will start hiking through the mountain ridge that constitutes the border between Poland and Slovakia to end our journey right where we started, Zakopane. Finally we will slowly head back to the city of kings, Krakow, and we will say our farewells knowing we will see each other on the next adventure.


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