My Photos Around Zakopane...
Zakopane sits at an altitude of 800 to 1000 meter.
Sitting at the foot of Mt. Giewont, which is part of the High Tatras Mountain Range.
Again, another scenic view from me while I was on top of Mt. Gubalowka.
The sun was slowly going down then.
There are other places you can go in the region, nearby are 2 quieter resorts, Male Ciche and Murzacicle. Also as a daytrip you can visit Morskie Oko to get to Slovakia you need to pass through Lysa Polana.
On Kasprusia near Villa Atma, you'll see this little locally-frequented cafe. They have some good looking pastries, coffee, tea and ice cream. I just had a strawberry ice cream cone, which was good.
Stroll up and down Krupowki
Krupowki is Zakopane's pedestrian zone at the center of the town. It is full of outdoor cafes and shops and is a pleasant place to relax after a day of hiking and sightseeing. Parking is available in a guarded lot at the lower end of the pedestrian zone.
St. Clement's church - stary kosciol
It is the oldest church in Zakopane, built in 1847. At that time Zakopane still was not so popular place as it is now.
Church itself is wooden and ecerything inside are wooden. Much of the interior was made by a local, self-taught artist, named Wojciech Wawrzyncok. It is nice to come here and just sit some time in silence.