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There're many buses and trains from Katowice or other Silesian Voivodeship cities. Bus carriers Sindbad and Lux Reisen offer direct buses from Austrian, Belgian, Czech, Danish, French, Spanish, Dutch, Irish, Luxembourg, German, Norwegian, Swiss, Swedish, British or Italian cities stopping in nearby Bielsko-Biała. In summer season bus carriers as GlobTourist, Retman and Eurobus offer connections between Croatian cities of Sesvete, Zagreb, Karlovac, Zadar, Sibenik, Trogir and Split. They also stop in Bielsko-Biała.
From Balkans and Baltic States
If you travel from other Balkan countries, you can take a bus/ or fly to Vienna and then place to place one to Wisła (Timetables are available on E-Podroznik site). If you travel from Baltic States, take the connections to Warsaw (offered by Eurobus) and then take a direct train. There're direct flights to Katowice airport from Podgorica and Split operated by Wizzair in summer season.
The Festival of Snow, sponsored by local brewery Zywiec, is held each year in February, only in 2007 due to the mild winter the snow sculptures were made from snow taken from the nearby hills! There is also a market featuring traditional local produce and music concerts.
The most popular trails and places are:
The most popular activities in Wisła are hiking and skiing. Many people come to see ski jumping competitions. There're many bars on the bank of Wisła River (many with live music)
I remember that it is quite common for people to rent out rooms in their houses to visitors. In fact, a friend I stayed with had a sign on their house saying "no rooms for rent" as people were obviously ringing on their door!
There is a nice camping place a bit outside of Wisla on road nr. 942 towards Szczyrk / Bielsko-Biala named "Jonidlo". Walking time 20 minutes to the centre. They also rent cabins. Friendly people, there is a sheltered barbecue place for everyone. They have Wifi on the place. Right next to the camping is a bathing spot in the Wisla (= Vistula river) where we spent hours with our kids. Across the street is a good and cheap restaurant. Right next to the camping is a bar with half-litres of raspberry beer - cheers!
There's a wide choice of accommodation in Wisła: