The cradle of Polish mountain tourism lies in the beautiful valley at the foot of the Tatra Mountains. It proudly bears the name of the winter capital of Poland, but it is equally attractive in the other seasons. Many tourists come here because of the Tatra Mountains, but the city itself is also very interesting. So if the weather is less you will certainly not be bored here.
Worth seeing nearby:
Kasprowy Wierch (1987 m above sea level) - there is the cable car from Kużnice that takes you to the top;
Morskie Oko, mountain lake at the foot of Poland's highest peak, Rysy (2499 above sea level), to which a comfortable paved road leads. It is only a short walk to visit beautiful valleys: the Strążyska and the Biała Valley.
Gubałówka mountain, also accessible by cable car; it is a perfect vantage point to admire the scenery of the Tatra Mountains.
Water parks in Szaflary and Bukowina Tatrzańska offer relaxation in the thermal waters.
Chochołów - a village where almost all the houses are the old, highland cottages. The houses are built with logs of huge noble spruce and the village is very unique in the entire region of the Podhale.