Fans of the mountains have all of the southern Poland to choose from. The mountains here range from the lofty Tatras, Alpine in character to the lower and more rounded Sudety Mountains in the west and the thinly inhabited Bieszczady Mountains in the east.
Everyone's fascination is Zakopane, a town sitting on the borderline between the high mountain medows and the rocky Tatra summits. Zakopane attractsmountain trekkers, skiers, artists and people who love good time.
The Karkonosze Range is a part of Sudety Mountains and the enchanted land of Lower Silesia. From the top of Mt. Śnieżka (1,602 m) overlooking the Polish side of the Sudety Mountains, enfolds a splendid view of the natural and man made wonders of this land. The network of signposted tourists trails ( 2,500 km) is well deweloped, still there are many secret places which will delight explores and seekers of treasures, especially collectors of valuable minerals.
The winter rest and recreation season in Poland is longer than in western or southern Europe. This especially refers to our northeastern regions and the mountain areas in the south of the country. The snow cover stays there from November till March, creating excellent conditions for enthusiasts of winter rest and recreation, skiers and other fans of winter sports. The amateurs of winter rest and recreation can choose from the ample offer that includes renown winter resorts as well as quieter and enchanting little spots, better suited for family holidays. Very attractive are also the spas located in the mountains, full of tourist attractions and organizing many sports and cultural events in order to make the stays of their clients more interesting. All visitors to Poland can find accommodation in comfortable hotels and pensions that offer delicious cuisine and high quality of services, always accompanied by traditional Polish hospitality.