Excellent walking in the spectacular Tatra Mountains plus time in Krakow
The scenery in Central Europe changes rapidly from expansive plains to dense forests and jagged peaks. There is a great diversity of people, culture and architecture throughout.
The High Tatras, part of the Carpathian Range, is a group of rugged granite mountains forming the border between Poland and Slovakia. There is a sophisticated network of footpaths in a well-managed national park where we enjoy five daywalks.
The stunning Polish city of Krakow contrasts perfectly with the mountains and is a great place to explore on foot in order to soak up the atmosphere.
There are a huge number of famous sites that are worth visiting, including the old city, Mariacki Church, central Market Square and the Wawel Castle.
What makes this trip responsible?
We have established a long term partnership with our local operator who is committed to boosting rural economies through tourism. All guides used are local, providing and trained in responsible practices with regards to preserving the local environment. Trekking trips by their nature are low impact, and the guides ensure any impact, in the way of rubbish generated or routes taken, is kept to a minimum.
Taking a break