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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 128 reviews

our experience on this tour was incredible. our tour guide Marek was amazing. picked us up from our Airbnb and drove us to Slovakia giving us lots of information on the history of poland and slovakia on route. after the tree top walk he drove us down to zakopane where he showed us the nicest place to have a traditional lunch and joined us for food teaching us all about traditional polish food. he then left us for some time on our own before heading to the thermal baths which are amazing! and absolutely must doo tour and our biggest thanks to Marek for being such a fabulous tour guide.

Wonderful trip that surpassed all expectations from start to finish... Denis was a brilliant guide and very knowledgeable. The tour ran very smoothly and my only minor criticism is that the communication from the organisers could be slightly more prompt (I had to chase them to confirm final details for the trip the evening prior). We thoroughly recommend all 3 activities. Though I would say as we visited Zakopane towards the very end of the season (11th March) there wasn't quite as much to do/see as you would have during peak times.

We arrived in Zakopane about 1:45 from Krakow. You reach a stunning area in its beauty. It is recommended to go to the cable car and enjoy the view of the Tetra Mountains. If you have time and the driver allows So it is also advisable to do snowmobile trips

This tour was a great way to visit the mountains in Northern Slovakia, the only ski resort town in Poland, and relax for a while at the thermal pools. Visiting on a Sunday during ski season, the pools were quite crowded, but more or less relaxing.

Patrick is a great, knowledgeable and considerate guide. Many shops etc were closed due to the Corona measures but that’s not up to the tour organizers of course (maybe some research before would have helped though).