Murzasichle [ˈmur zaˈɕixlɛ] is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Poronin, within Tatra County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, in southern Poland. It lies approximately 5 kilometres (3 mi) south-east of Poronin, 7 km (4 mi) east of Zakopane, and 84 km (52 mi) south of the regional capital Kraków.
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5 based on 20 reviews
This is one of the best viewing points in whole of polish Tatra Mountains. The view covers the highest picks, starting far in the east, with Slovakian Belianske Tatry, and then goes west following the highest Tatra ridge. The only way to get here is on foot with choice of two marked paths - each one could be quite difficult with rather big ascent they do. To make the view even better climb the nearest summit of Gęsia Szyja, where there's another viewing point covering similar area only from much higher point.
4.5 based on 359 reviews
This is an example that cemetery is not always a place of monumental sadness and memories. This is rather a meeting place with history of Zakopane, it's famous personalities, as well as showroom of local sculptors. Each grave is different and you can feel a piece of history behind of all of them.
4 based on 74 reviews
Nice place to go skiing, especially if your're a rookie or acompanied by one. More experienced skiers will get bored after 4 hours. Two major slopes are of about 600 to 900 meters long.Wide and flat - good to practice carving. Modern lifts.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Good and long ski slopes with some karczmas there to refresh yourselves :-) It has a chairlift so your feet can rest on the way up the hill.
4.5 based on 181 reviews
We were here with friends this week (march 17). Great little spot to learn to ski or just practice. There were no queues as previously mentioned. We had fresh snow along with the artificial snow which is made overnight. The ski pass and ski equipment prices are so reasonable - Its not the Alps but it is soooo much cheaper. Good for little ones too. Nice restaurant at the top. Ski lift takes you up and down, for those not wanting to ski.
4.5 based on 241 reviews
Ran / speed walked up there to get to the summit for around 7:45am - thats the way to avoid the masses of tourists and enjoy something a little special ...... made the mistake of running back down - 2 hours 20 mins for both the ascent and descent - allow for 6 hours on normal pacing :-) ....... the legs were a little sore the next day but the memories vivd
4.5 based on 34 reviews
W odróżnieniu od zimy pojawiliśmy się latem i byliśmy jednymi z nielicznych :) a było genialnie. Super pogoda "dzikie tłumy " w Zakopanem a tu oaza spokoju. Piękne widoki !!!! Nawet udało nam się zjechać na wyciagu ( byliśmy jedyni !!!! ). Fajny czas fajne miejsce. Polecam
4 based on 396 reviews
Second visit to this place within a couple of years. It is a nice swimming pool, thermal baths as many in the area. Place rather small to compare with the competitors. I would not recommend spending more than one or two hours, especially in winter.
4 based on 5 reviews
Once again, this being our third visit to Krakow, we took local transport and travelled up to the beautiful mountain town of Zakopane. The journey takes about two and a half hours but it is really worth it when you get to this wonderful place. It is reminiscent of the Bavarian or Austrian Alps and features outstanding mountain scenery. You can travel by funicular rail to the top of the town and have a cold drink while enjoying the fantastic views, or browse through the many market stalls for local wares. This is one place I would recommend highly for a visit.
4.5 based on 14 reviews
This chapel, lost somwhere in the Tatra National Park woods, stands on the site of apparent sighting of Our Lady made by young girl Marysia Murzańska in 1860. This sighting has never been approved by the Catholic Church but people, first of all for local shepherds, pilgrimaged here right from the moment the news about sightings has been spread in southern Poland, than from about 1910 it became a major religous spot. Todays wooden chapel dates back from 1936 and is in care of Dominican Order. Because of national park rules chapel is reachable only by marked trails. There is one, passing just outside, marked with blue, starting at the bus stop Zazadnia, leading to the nearby Rusinowa Polana, which itself is fantastic view point to the High Tatra ridge. People walking on mentioned trail also appreciate the "all welcome touristic kitchen", where everyone can make their own cup of tea, which is of great value on rainy/snowy day.
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