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Krynica-Zdrój

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Krynica [1] (officially called Krynica-Zdrój) is a spa in Eastern Beskids in southern Poland.

Get in[edit]

From Krakow by a direct train (ca. 5h, 228 km) or direct public bus service (ca. 3h, 150 km).

Get around[edit]

See[edit][add listing]

Nikifor's Museum The Old Spa House.

Museum of Toys 'Bajka' ul. Piłsudskiego 2, Nowe Łazienki Mineralne.

Orthodox Churches

Koncertowa restaurant (1870) in Park Slotwinski.

Słotwinka mineral water spring (1815) pump-room in Park Slotwinski.

Do[edit][add listing]

Hike in the surrounding hills.

Mountain-bike in the hills or across villages.

Rope park [2]

Buy[edit][add listing]

  • Ex Libris bookshop, Bulwary Dietla (on the main pedestrian zone, close to hotel Witoldówka). 10 am - 6 pm (9 pm in tourist season). This bookshop is well stocked in maps and guides to the region, has some selection of books in English and a few in German  edit


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Sleep[edit][add listing]

It is the biggest spa town in Poland so it is full of sanitariums and basically every house provides rooms.

Get out[edit]

Do a day trip to Slovakia. Nearby Slovak towns include Bardejov (ca. 30 km) and Poprad (ca. 100 km). Spiš region is also easily accessible.

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