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8 lugares recomendados que deberías ver

1. Giewont Mountain

During your sightseeing in Zakopane there is no chance that you miss this mountain. The view of Giewont Mountain is just marvelous! At the top of Giewont, there is the famous iron cross, hear the facts and legends about this place.


2. Krupowki Street

Krupowki Street is the most famous promenade in Poland and a representative street in Zakopane - in the very center of the city. This is where you will find the best places to drink mulled wine, listen to highlander music, learn about the local cuisine and buy souvenirs.


3. Peksowy Brzyzek Cemetery

This tiny cemetery is located on the oldest street in Zakopane. There is picturesque wooden church also. Peksowy Brzyzek Cemetery is worth seeing with your own eyes because it is unique. The tombstones are made of boulders and the crosses are richly decorated.


4. Gubalowka

Gubalowka is probably one of the most visited mountains, regardless of the season. There is a beautiful panorama of the whole of Zakopane from here and plenty of attractions for children. You can get to Gubalowka on foot or by funicular railway.


5. Upside Down House

Have you seen already this weird thing? Looks funny and interesting. What's the fun about? Imagine walking into a house where the ceiling is the floor and the floor is the ceiling and… don't get crazy. Good luck!


6. Sanctuary of the Holy Family

Stroll down the town and see the oldest brick temple in Zakopane. Sanctuary of the Holy Family has stunning architecture and a great combination of colours. It is an impressive church with great history.


7. Oscypki

Being in Zakopane without trying local Oscypki is like a book without letters! Try it and love it. It is a smoked cheese made of salted sheep milk exclusively in the Tatra Mountains region.


8. Villa Oksza

If you ever wonder what is the sample of Gorals style architecture then Villa Oksza is the answer! It is XX century Art Gallery related with local people, their customs and Zakopane style of living.