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View of the rocks forming the floor, walls, and ceiling of the cave. Some areas are illuminated with warm orange light.
incredible adventures

In a Hole in the Ground…

Each has taken millions of years to develop, and each is unique, like a fingerprint. Caves. Empty spaces in the rock, some are mere hollows, while others extend into long branching galleries deep into the dark. Products of nature, chiselled with soft water in hard stone, they have always inspired our imagination. Although none of Małopolska’s caves has given rise to legends of trolls, Gollum, and the One Ring, we have a dragon! The Wawel Dragon. And many of the most beautiful among the over 4000 Polish caves. Let’s have a short peek into a handful, shall we? More

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View from the top of Mt Sokolica, capturing the breathtaking landscape of the wooded and sunlit Pieniny Mountains. Mist is rising from the valley between the ridges. The sky is blue with white clouds.
incredible adventures

The Pieniny.

A pocket-size cluster of tall limestone rocks with tall white cliffs, at whose foot the fast-flowing Dunajec River meanders, is a perfect destination for the whole family, as it offers many attractive ways of spending time together, and boasts perfect accommodation in close vicinity. More

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A view of a young, smiling couple – a woman and a man – admiring the breathtaking landscape from the glazed panoramic terrace. Numerous wooded hills can be seen in the background. The sky is blue, overcast with white clouds.
wellness and relaxation

The Romantic Małopolska.

Coffees lazily sipped in cozy cafés, the beautiful nooks waiting to be explored, and the mountain trails to walk hand in hand – Małopolska abounds with places where love can be celebrated! If you’re still wondering where to take your dearest person for an unforgettable time together, come and see Małopolska! More

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A drone-eye view of a limestone castle standing on a hill among plenty of trees. Below and behind it, there is a lake, on whose far bank the ruined Czorsztyn Castle stands. The sky above the reservoir and distant line of hills is blue with tufty clouds.
amazing culture

Homes to the Kings and Knights of Yore (and one Dragon).

Were castles really what popular culture makes them? The grandest were symbols of power, and places of ostensible splendour and considerable comfort, yet many of the lesser ones were just watchtowers guarding major trading routes, where none of these were available. In times of trouble, they all provided places of refuge. More

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