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A young couple are taking a relaxing dip in an open thermal pool surrounded by a row of blue deckchairs. The man and woman are immersed in water to the shoulders. A panorama of nearby houses among green trees opens behind them, with the lofty massif of the High Tatras under cloudy sky as the backdrop.
wellness and relaxation

Małopolska hot springs: make the plunge!

Podhale, an area in the south of Małopolska, is a paradise for everyone who values hot mineral springs for relaxation and health benefits. The local thermal waters offer advantages beyond purely therapeutic as the complexes built over them at the foot of the Tatra Mountains also offer active recreation and ways of spending your time leisurely, while health benefits are a valuable “side effect”. More

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An expanse of green meadow with some solitary trees makes the foreground. Hills, their feet enshrouded in mist, stand in the background under a cloudy sky coloured in all hues of yellow, golden, orange, pink, and violet by the setting sun.
amazing culture

Małopolska: to live it better not faster

How about a rest from the traffic, commercials, and the news? A bonfire with friends? Breathing clear air and washing in crystalline water undoused with chloride? Sitting by a fireplace after a day’s fill of trekking or skiing, or perhaps your favourite creative pursuits? If you would, Małopolska slow living culture and agritourism hosts are an ideal option for you. More

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A view of the barrels of wine arranged into rows. Their heads bear the name of the vineyard, and chalked names of grape variety and dates.
delicious local food

Na zdrowie!

Elsewhere around the country our compatriots may perhaps bear a grudge against associating Poland with alcohol, yet that is not the case in Małopolska. In our region, we relish in the tastes of fine alcohols, ranging from craft beers and wines to potent Śliwowica, which we suggest should be sipped rather than quaffed. More

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Two groups of tourists in colourful sweaters and helmets are ascending along a rocky ledge on the right, holding to some chains. Unlike the dark ranges of the Tatra Mountains visible behind, the rockface they are climbing is gently lit by the sun.
incredible adventures

Where eagles dare

If you’re likely to answer the question “Why did you want to climb Mount Everest?” with “Because it’s there”, following the famous retort of George Herbert Leigh Mallory, an English mountaineer who might have climbed Mount Everest nearly 30 years before Hillary, Małopolska has something more than just trekking in store for you. More

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