You'll want to take a closer look at this stunning log cabin vacation home located in Obidowa, Poland. Situated in Obidowa, Stylowy dom Goralski Jarogowka features lovely accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. The holiday home has garden views and is 17 miles from Bukowina Tatrzanska. The holiday home features 4 bedrooms, a TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchenette with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower. The vacation cabin offers a sun terrace. There is a garden with a barbecue at this property and guests can go hiking and skiing nearby. Zakopane is 19 miles from Stylowy dom goralski Jarogowka, while Białka Tatrzanska is 13 miles from the property. The nearest airport is John Paul II International Krakow–Balice, 54 miles from the accommodation, and the vacation property offers a paid airport shuttle service.
There is so much to see and do in Zakopane. While most Polish travel itineraries start in Warsaw and end in Krakow, venturing two hours further south brings you to one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe, to that of Zakopane, which borders the Tatra National Park. The following are some of the things to do in and around this city.
Venture Around the Tatras. Zakopane is an excellent base for hiking in the area. The town is nestled right next to the Tatra National Park and trails are abundant. Most trails are day-long hikes, during your vacation stay you might try a full day hike up to a peak, then a return to town to relax with a mulled wine in hand.
Try some Smoked Cheese. Oscypek is a delicious smoked sheep’s milk cheese. It is a local staple and you will find stands selling the stuff all over the town of Zakopane and various other mountain lodges throughout the region. The recipe is strictly followed and dates back to the 14th century.
Take a hike in the Tatras. Lake Morskie Oko, or the Eye of the Sea, is the largest in the Tatras at 2,800 feet in length, and it will require a bus ride to the base of the trail. From there, it’s about a two-hour walk through the area’s impressive permaculture. The payoff is one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.
Test Your Hiking Skills. The Rysy Mountain is the highest peak in Poland, sitting right on the border of Slovakia. The trail up the mountain is difficult and can be steep at points, but it does not require any technical climbing and can be done by most outdoor enthusiasts. On a clear day, the peak offers some of the best views encompassing the Tatras.
View the Zakopane-Style Architectural Design. Zakopane has its very own style of architectural design. The buildings are known to embrace the spirit of Podhale. Stanislaw Witkiewicz is known as the creator of the style, having transformed the town in the late 1800s. Wood rounded windows, and detailed embellishments can be seen on the homes throughout the city center.
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