Zakopane to Poznan

It's believed that Poland's shift to Christianity began in this charmingly colorful city.

From Zakopane Winter capital of Poland

Situated at the foothills of the Tatra mountains just a few miles from the Slovak border lies the town of Zakopane. The region is widely known for its untouched nature and immaculate landscapes. As the winter capital of Poland, Zakopane offers a multitude of skiing and winter activities and is the ideal base point for hiking and mountain climbing. There are many restaurant and shops situated on Krupowski street, the main pedestrian zone of the city. Zakopane's most popular tourist attraction is its cable car. Ride the cable car up to Mount Kasprowy for spectacular views over the town and the surrounding Tatra mountains. There's also a funicular in the center of town that takes visitors up to Gubalowka hill. Zakopane has nine local museums to explore. The most notable museum being the The Tatra Museum. There are also several art galleries, a theater, and a cinema. Whether searching for unspoiled nature, outdoor adventure, or a slice of culture, Zakopane is the place to be.

Via Stop to discover these sights

Wieliczka Salt Mine

More than a pinch of salt

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska

Architectural, cultural and pilgrimage park


Massive Medieval History


The Symbol of the Holocaust

Konewka Bunker

The Darkness of History

Rogalin Palace

A Secluded Masterpiece

To Poznan Christening Colors

One of the country’s oldest cities, Poznan is considered by many to be the birthplace of the Polish state. The Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul (commonly known as Poznan Cathedral) was Poland’s first cathedral and where Catholicism was introduced to the country in 968. The Cathedral retains pride of place on Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island), celebrated as the spot on which Poznań was founded. Although Poznan’s Old Town was severely damaged during WWll and the soviet rule that followed, it has been beautifully restored. The Royal-Imperial Route is a walk that runs through the heart of the city, allowing visitors to appreciate the most important and historic parts of Poznan with ease. Poznan City Hall, the Raczyński Library and the Collegium Minus of Adam Mickiewicz University are all architecturally unique and visually striking. Stary Rynek (the Old Town Market Square) is one of the finest in Europe and is lined with cafes and restaurants.

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