Best Kościelisko holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Kościelisko
Willa IrenaSituated in Kościelisko, 5 km from Koscielisko Valley, Willa Irena features accommodation with a garden, free WiFi and room service. Featuring free private parking, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as skiing and cycling.Book now
Zakopane BestZakopane Best situated in Zakopane is a log holiday home made of environmentally friendly materials. It features a terrace. The property is 50 metres from Butorowy Wierch ski lift and 1.2 km from Szymoszkowa Ski Lift. Free private parking is available. Free WiFi is provided.Book now
Osada na Budzowskim WierchuSet in Zakopane in the Lesser Poland region and Tatra National Park reachable within 4.4 km, Osada na Budzowskim Wierchu offers accommodation with free WiFi, a children's playground, a garden and free private parking. The accommodation features a sauna.Book now
If you are interested in visiting the Carpathians and our Polish neighbouring country, then book an apartment with us in Kościelisko in Lesser Poland. In your own apartment you will get to know Polish country life much better than if you set off for couchsurfing in Kościelisko. Because you will see: In this place with 3900 inhabitants you feel in a private accommodation so correctly as a native with all time of the world. Kościelisko lies at the border to Slovakia and ranks among the most important touristic areas of Poland. The community originated from 21 pastoral settlements. Kościelisko is close to Zakopane. The easy slopes of the Carpathians are suitable for skiers, but the area has also distinguished itself internationally through competitions, especially for biathletes. For the tenants of an apartment in Kościelisko the summer pleasures are also decisive. The Tatra, a mountain complex in the Carpathians, offers many routes for hikers of varying degrees of difficulty. The Dolina Kościeliska, for example, with up to 1,200 metres of altitude difference, is described as ‘easy’. Somewhat to the south, the Chocholowska Dolina lures you to a detailed exploration. With a length of ten kilometres this is the longest valley to the Tatra. A hike on the mountain Giewont with about 1,800 meters of altitude is considered to be moderately difficult to difficult. The almost 2,000 metre high Kasprowy Wierch mountain with a meteorological and a stellar observation station is also interesting. For walkers there is an almost eleven kilometre long route from Zakopane via Gubałówka to Butorowy Wierch. On this route there is also a small train for the holidaymakers. For nature lovers a trip to the Tatra National Park is informative. Here you can observe wild animals and enjoy the breathtaking nature.
An apartment in Kościelisko for Tatra lovers
Also the sunsets inspire you as a booker of a private accommodation in Kościelisko. Contrary to an apartment in Śródmieście at the Baltic Sea coast or an accommodation in Gdansk you will be missing however the sea in this Polish rural area. In addition, only five kilometers the distant Zakopane offers some objects of interest for holiday-makers with a private vacation dwelling in Kościelisko. Zakopane is a very beautiful old town. Lovers of Polish cuisine will find many restaurants good and inexpensive. The city also offers many small shops and delights the small and large tenants of an apartment in Kościelisko also with a summer toboggan run accessible by train. A trip is worthwhile here. Zakopane also hosts the Festival of Folk Music (Międzynarodowy Festiwal Folkloru Ziem Górskich). Visitors to churches and sanctuaries will also find a place to stay: the sanctuary of Fatima (sanctuary of M.B. Fatimskiej). Those interested in architecture will enjoy the wooden architecture of the Chapel of Our Lady in Gietrzwald.
Experience Polish country life in a private accommodation in Kościelisko
Kościelisko is not a normal holiday resort. Friends of a more tourist-oriented holiday love a holiday apartment in Warsaw or an apartment in Prague in the Czech Republic. But if you want to become familiar with the simple life in a small Polish town, if you like the traditional Polish cuisine and if you enjoy long walks and hikes, then book an apartment in Kościelisko now!