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Tatra Moutains

Tatra Mountains known as 'Polish Alps' is the highest range of the Carpathian Mountains and lie along Poland’s border with Slovakia. Numberless tourists trails lead hikers to mountain lakes, waterfalls and caves as well as through scenic mountain lakes valleys. The Tatras are wilingly toured in all seasons by mountain climbers, speleologists and hikers and by winter sportsfans in winter time.

Morskie Oko Lake

One of the most popular tourist destinations in Tatras Mountains is eagerly visited by young and adults. You can reached lake on foot or by a horse-drawn cart.The ride will take a little more than one hour, then you have to leave this vehicle and walk up a good, steep path for another half an hour before you eventually reach Morskie Oko


Trip to Slovakia

The major part of the Tatra Mountain range lies in Slovakia. The steep mountains are quite easy to cross through the Lysa Poland border crossing and many people are curious what they look like from the other side. The mountains are a bit different. There are several interesting Slovak mountain resorts on the way (Stary Smokowec, Vysne Hagy, Tatranska Lomnica, Strbske Pleso) within the impressive Tatra range. There is a wealth of cultural heritage: the awesome Spisky Hrad castle and Spiska Kapitula UNESCO-listed mediaeval town, or Levoca with its beautiful wooden altar of Master Jan. Another option may be the superb thermal baths in Tatralandia, which are great attractions to people living in Poland.

We will be happy to provide you with transport to Slovakia or assistance with a short one-day trip. We will also be pleased to discuss your preferences and give you competitive price quotes.