The Tatra Mountains are a range of mountains located within the Western Carpathians, and which serve as a natural border between Slovakia and Poland.
They are the tallest mountains in the Carpathians, rising steeply from a high plateau and covering around 40 miles (64 km) along the Slovakian-Polish frontier.
The Tatras are a popular destination for tourists and researchers due to their accessibility and natural beauty.
These mountains offer a range of sports activities, including cross-country, cycling, rope parks, horse-riding, tennis, shooting ranges, and athletics stadiums.
Top Tatra Mountains from Krakow Tickets
Table of contents
- What to expect at Tatra Mountains
- Where to book tickets
- How do online tickets work
- Tatra Mountains from Krakow ticket prices
- Zakopane, Tatra Mountains & Thermal Baths Tour tickets from Krakow
- Zakopane and Tatra Mountain tickets with Hotel Pickup
- Tatra Mountains Full Day Tour tickets from Krakow
- Meeting point for Tatra Mountains Tours
- Tatra Mountains Tours timings
- How long does the tour take
- Best time to go on Tatra Mountains Tour
- FAQs about the Tatra Mountains Tour from Krakow
What to expect at Tatra Mountains
The Tatra Mountain range is a picturesque paradise that attracts many tourists.
If the allure of alpine ambiance captures your interest, the Tatra Mountains present an opportunity to immerse yourself in their quintessential charm.
Travel to Zakopane, a charming Polish mountain resort located at the base of the mountains.
Embark on tours from Krakow and explore the beautiful local villages, indulge in delicious local cuisine, and experience the unique culture of Zakopane and Chocholow.
These tours allow visitors to enjoy a relaxing day in the Tatra Mountains, visit a folk sculpture studio in Chochołow village, and unwind in the soothing thermal baths.
As you reach the summit of the mountain range, relish in the breathtaking vistas.
|From Krakow: Zakopane, Tatra Mountains & Thermal Baths Tour||480zł|
|Krakow: Zakopane and Tatra Mountain Tour with Hotel Pickup||330zł|
|Zakopane: Tatra Mountains Full Day Tour from Krakow||860zł|
Where to book tickets
Tickets for the Tatra Mountains tours are available to be purchased online or offline.
Online ticket prices tend to be cheaper than tickets at the venue.
When you buy online, you can avoid the long queues at the ticket counters.
When you book early, you also get your preferred time slot.
Because some attractions sell a limited number of tickets, during peak days they may sell out. Booking early also helps avoid last-minute disappointments
How do online tickets work
To book tickets for the Tatra Mountains from Krakow Tour, head to the booking page and choose your desired date and the number of tickets.
Once you have made your purchase, your tickets will be sent to your email.
You do not need to carry printouts.
On the day of your visit, show the e-ticket on your smartphone and start the tour.
Tatra Mountains from Krakow ticket prices
Adult tickets for the Zakopane, Tatra Mountains & Thermal Baths Tour from Krakow are available for 480zł for all visitors over 18 years of age.
Child tickets for the tour are available at a reduced price of 400zł for children up to 17 years of age.
Student tickets are available for a discounted price of 400zł as well.
Adult Tickets for the Zakopane and Tatra Mountain Tour with Hotel Pickup are available for 330zł without discounts for all visitors over 16 years of age.
Child tickets for the same tour are available to children between four and 15 years of age for 320zł.
Tickets for infants up to three years of age can be bought for 300zł.
Tickets for the Tatra Mountains Full Day Tour from Krakow are available for 860zł for all visitors.
The tickets for the Tatra Mountains from Krakow are available at discounted prices at different times across the year.
Visitors can save up to 34% on ticket costs if they plan ahead.
Head to the booking pages to check for select dates when discounted prices are applicable.
Zakopane, Tatra Mountains & Thermal Baths Tour tickets from Krakow
Experience the beauty of the Tatra Mountains on a day trip from Krakow.
Venture into the Tatra Mountains, the highest range in Poland, after being picked up from your hotel in Krakow.
Admire the stunning views of the mountains on the way to Krupowki Street, the bustling heart of Zakopane, where you can find local cuisine, shops, and restaurants.
Take a cable car ride for a breathtaking view of the mountains and move on to explore the quaint village of Chochołów and its wooden houses.
Sample some salty oscypek cheese at a Bacówka and appreciate local art at a unique folk sculpture studio.
Unwind in the warm waters of the Chochołów thermal baths straight from the Wysoki Wierch mountain, and enjoy the therapeutic benefits of the mountain water.
Adult Ticket (18+ years): 480zł
Child Ticket (up to 17 years): 400zł
Student Ticket (with valid ID): 400zł
Zakopane and Tatra Mountain tickets with Hotel Pickup
Embark on a day tour from Krakow to visit a beautiful mountain resort located in the Tatra Mountains.
Take a break from the hustle and bustle of Krakow and travel 100km south to Poland’s winter capital.
Explore the lively Zakopane regional market, stroll down Krupowki Street, and enjoy the town at your leisure.
Discover the traditional housing in Chocholow and take a funicular train up Gubalowka Hill to marvel at the stunning Tatra Mountains.
Visit the winter town of Zakopane and explore its many attractions, including the professional ski jumping hill.
Wander through the bustling Krupowki street and indulge in some regional food.
Discover the Shrine of Our Lady Fatima, Jaszczurowca Chapel, and explore the old cemetery.
Just outside the town lies the charming village of Chocholow, where you can admire the traditional wooden housing.
Indulge in the authentic Highlander’s cheese known as ‘Oscypek’, and immerse yourself in the enchanting allure of this hidden gem.
Embark on an exhilarating journey aboard the incline railway and ascend to the summit of Gubalowka hill, towering at an impressive 1126 meters.
Take in the breathtaking views of the Tatra Mountains, the tallest peaks in all of Poland.
Adult Ticket (16+ years): 330zł
Child Ticket (3 to 15 years): 320zł
Infant Ticket (up to 3 years): 300zł
Tatra Mountains Full Day Tour tickets from Krakow
A trip to Zakopane takes visitors to a picturesque mountain resort nestled at the base of the Tatra Mountains in Poland.
Head to Poland’s skiing capital and explore the colorful and distinctive local villages.
Choose from a variety of attractions based on your preferences to experience some of the most incredible sights in the country.
Admire traditional wooden cottages constructed by native highlanders many years ago in the Chocholow village.
Make sure to check out the breathtaking wooden chapels that hold great historical significance.
Shop for souvenirs, interact with the friendly locals, and learn about village life as you explore Krupowki, the main street in Zakopane.
Take a funicular ride up Gubalowka Mountain to appreciate the natural surroundings and see the panoramic view of the Tatra Mountains range.
Relax and unwind in the soothing waters of the Chocholowska Baths, Podhale’s largest thermal complex.
Experience the wonders of natural waters retrieved from nearly 3,600 meters beneath the earth’s surface.
Ticket Cost: 860zł
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Meeting point for Tatra Mountains Tours
The meeting point for the Tatra Mountains tours from Krakow will vary depending on the tour option you choose.
It’s important to keep in mind that the meeting location may change.
Visitors are advised to check the booking page before arriving to confirm the exact location.
Tatra Mountains Tours timings
The timings for the Tatra Mountains from Krakow Tour depend on the tour option you choose.
Tours generally begin early in the morning, at around 8 to 9 am.
Visitors are advised to check the respective booking pages for the exact tour timings.
How long does the tour take
The duration of the Tatra Mountains from Krakow tours depends on the tour option you choose.
Tours can take anywhere between 7 hours and 30 minutes to over 11 hours.
Visitors are advised to check the booking page to confirm the exact duration of each tour.
Best time to go on Tatra Mountains Tour
The best time to visit the Tatra Mountains depends on the experience you wish to have.
Visitors tend to flock to the Tatras during July and August, but the off-season can be just as enjoyable.
During this time, hotels and attractions offer a more personal experience, and the weather can still be delightful.
For the best of both worlds, October is an ideal time to visit the High Tatras.
The weather is typically sunny and stable, with pleasant temperatures and stunning views, all without any rain.
Visitors can also participate in winter sports like skiing when the snow is thick, making it an exciting time to visit.
FAQs about the Tatra Mountains Tour from Krakow
Here are some questions visitors usually ask before visiting the Tatra Mountains.
It’s important to wear comfortable and sturdy shoes, as well as layers of clothing appropriate for the weather.
It’s also a good idea to bring a backpack with snacks, water, and sunscreen.
Tatra Mountain tours can be suitable for children, but it depends on the age and fitness level of the child.
It’s important to choose a tour that is appropriate for the child’s abilities and interests.
Yes, most Tatra Mountain tours include transportation from Krakow to the Tatra Mountains and back.
Some tours also include lunch or snacks.
Tatra Mountain tours are generally safe, but it’s important to follow the guide’s instructions and stay on designated trails.
It’s also a good idea to check the weather forecast before embarking on a tour and to bring appropriate gear.
The length of Tatra Mountain tours can vary depending on the tour operator and the specific tour.
Some tours may last a few hours, while others may be full-day or multi-day tours.
Visitors can choose tours in different languages, including English, Polish, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Norwegian, and Swedish.