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Mountain Spa Tour

Enjoy a relaxing escape from the city to the relaxing hot springs at the foothills of the Tatra.

369zł ~83€ /person
Duration: 8 hours Free Hotel Pickup - Pickup hours: 9 a.m.

Enjoy a relaxing escape from the city to the life-giving and relaxing hot springs at the foothills of the polish Tatra mountains. We invite You to visit the Baths of Bukovina, located in Bukowina Tatrzańska.

Mountain Spa Tour from Krakow

It is the largest object in Poland with over 20 indoor and outdoor pools with fabulous views of the mountains. Bathing in crystal clear water allows you to recover physical and mental balance and protects against disease.

Our driver will pick you up from your hotel around 9 a.m. After aprox. 2 hours of relaxing drive you will get to the Mountain Spa where you can enjoy hot baths for up to 4 hours.

Our driver will be waiting for you there and drive you back to Krakow.

A packed lunch set will be served on the way. Please note that this tour is not available between: 14-17.04.

Minimum number of participants: 2 pax.

Here are few more reasons why you should use our services:

Krakow Shuttle car fleet

English speaking driver's assistance

Packed lunch set

Entrace Fees

Admission fee to swimming pools and sauna

Free Hotel Pickup

Tour is operated by comfortable Mini Van equipped with AC

Pickup hours: 9 a.m.

Duration: 8 hours

Available on

Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

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  • To book please select the date and number of people. 
  • You will be redirected to our secure reservation system. 
  • After completing the reservation you will receive verified voucher.
  • 24 hour before the tour you will receive text message about exact pickup time.

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Here is our FAQ list of the Mountain Spa Tour

Please note that this tour is not available on: 25th of December, 1st of January, Liberation Anniversary, Easter Saturday afternoon, Easter Sunday and March of the Living Day.

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