BUKOWINA TATRZAŃSKA (situated 20km from Zakopane) Bukowina is one of the highest situated villages in Poland (from 860 to 100 m above sea level), famous for its beautiful views of the Tatra Mountains. The village existed already at the beginning of the 17th century and was initially called Bukowina. In 1935, the name was changed to Bukowina Tatrzańska (Tatra Bukowina). Bukowina has always been popular among mountain hikes funs in summer and skiing enthusiasts (especially families with children) in winter but despite the large number of tourists, the village has retained its traditional, highland character. Accommodation in Bukowina Tatrzanska consists mainly of rooms and apartments in private guest houses, several guesthouses and a dozen or so cottages for rent. There are only four hotels, and, fortunately, no large apartment buildings. In 2008, Thermal Baths Bukovina was opened - a wonderful swimming pool complex with indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and slides. Below I present practical information for tourists planning holidays in Bukowina Tatrzanska:

Zakopianka - road from Krakow to Zakopane
How to get to Bukowina Tatrzanska?


Bukowina Tatrzanska - useful information for tourists

How to get to Bukowina Tatrzanska? The most convenient way to get to Bukowina Tatrzanska is by bus from Krakow (Flixbus Krakow - Bukowina Tatrzanska or Szwagropol Krakow - Bukowina Tatrzańska). You can also order direct transport from the airport (check here ) or rent a car at the airport (check here ). I recommend renting a car outside the winter season, because in winter in Bukowina Tatrzańska there is often terrible traffic and parking problems.
Getting around Bukowina Tatrzanska - most of the attractions are located in the centre of the village within easy access by foot. Bukowina Tatrzańska also has very good bus and minibus connections with Zakopane and Nowy Targ.
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