Limanowa is a picturesque village situated at the foot of Łysa Góra, in the beautiful Beskydy Mountains.
It is located between Gorce and Foothills Wielicko-Wiśnicki and the Dunajec River and the Czchowski Lake, is a great base for hiking, cycling and winter sports
Limanowa-Ski is a ski station located on the slopes of Łysa Góra, about 5 km from the center of Limanowa. There is a 4-person cable car and two towing lifts. The station has a total length of 2300 m. The longest of the 1000 m is a scenic route led by the forest.
Salt Mine in Wieliczka is one of twelve objects that was included in the first UNESCO list (1978). It is the only mining facility in the world, operating continuously from the Middle Ages to the present. It has original excavations, ie windows, lakes, pavements, operating chambers, ramps of up to 300 km, located on 9 levels, situated at a depth of 327 m, illustrate all stages of mining technology development in particular historical epochs. Wieliczka's tourist route goes down to a depth of 140 m and there are famous chambers: Chapel of St. Kinga and Komora Warszawa and many others.
Kraków is one of the oldest Polish cities with over a thousand years of history and has many valuable architectural objects. It is located on the Vistula River, in the area of the Krakow Gate, the Nidzia River Valley and the West Bohemian Foothills. There are also many institutions and cultural institutions that collect priceless monuments, among others. The Cloth Hall, Market, St. Mary's Church, Wawel Castle, Dragon Cave, Dragon Fire, Royal Apartments, tombs of Polish kings and many museums. It is worth visiting this city and visiting at least some of these
Zakopane is the highest city in Poland at the foot of the Tatras in the Zakopane Basin (located at 838 m above sea level). It is the most famous holiday and tourist resort in Poland. Winter sports center and starting point for trips to the Tatras. There are several streams flowing through the city. The Zakopianka River flows through the Dunajec White River. The town belongs to the district of Tatranska - the municipality of Zakopane. It is surrounded by the Gubałówka range from the north, and from the south there is Giewont - the highest peak in the Western Tatras located entirely in Poland.