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Bochnia   (15 km)

The Bochnia mine, as the only mine in Poland, has an underground boat crossing. Wooden boats floating on a salt-filled chamber are registered in the Polish Ship Register, just like ships sailing on the seas. One of the attractions is to ride the underground railway and take the longest 140 m slide, connecting the two levels of the mine. A special attraction of the Bochnia mine is the Multimedia Exhibition, thanks to which tourists learn about the history of salt mining, the hard work of mining and the history of Poland.

Wieliczka (30 km)

The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the largest tourist attractions in Poland. When visiting interesting places in Krakow, you can not forget about the treasure of Małopolska. The mine offers a tour of the tourist route, but also a completely new one – the mining route.

Kraków  (50 km)



Zator – Energylandia  (101 km)

You can find here as many as 4 zones with attractions divided into Bajkolandia for children, Family Zone for all families, Extreme dedicated to all hungry impressions and a high dose of adrenaline, as well as Water – Water Park with 1800 m2 pool area, available like all other attractions.

Rafting on the Dunajec River  (110 km)

Rafting on the Dunajec River – on a rafting raft is an extraordinary encounter with wildlife, unchanged for thousands of years – one of the biggest tourist attractions in Europe. At the same time, it is the best way to visit the Pieniny National Park. Dunajec carved a gorge called the Dunajec Gorge in the limestone rocks. The tradition of rafting on a wooden raft built from connected narrow boats goes back to the first half of the 19th century. During rafting, rafters tell about the Pieniny by quoting legends about Janosik and showing the most interesting places on the routes.


Zakopane (120 km)

city in southern Poland, in the Małopolskie voivodship, seat of the Tatra poviat. The largest village in the immediate vicinity of the Tatra Mountains, a large winter sports center, colloquially called the winter capital of Poland. Within its administrative borders there is a significant part of the Tatra National Park (from the Valley of Sucha Woda to the Valley of Mała Łąki).