Morskie Oko (Tatra National Park, Poland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... marshal you into the car park and collect a fee for the paid parking. 10zl for cars, 5zl for motorbikes and 20zl for camper vans.They pack the cars quite tightly and I found the huge walls of snow separating rows quite a magnificent structure. Next up is the ticket office where a small entry fee is payable to enter the National Park - 4zl for adults, 2zl for concessions. If you intend on walking further and staying the night, then a 7 day ticket is available for 18zl. The path resembled a bridle way in the UK and walkers would shift to the sides to enable sweaty horses, puffing out air in the cold weather to pass through with their cargo -... more
Customer Morskie Oko (Tatra National Park, Poland) Reviews (2)
by - written on 10/03/13 (Very useful, 29 readings)
One of the must-do walks in Zakopane regardless of age and walking ability is the walk up to Morskie Oko, a lake surrounded by mountain peaks. Mini buses from the town itself marked for Morskie Oko head up to the gates of the Tatry National Park. Having a car, we decided to drive up there. After passing the ski slope '"Nosal" on the right, the road tended to have only been half cleared of snow. Sporting winter tyres, this wasn't much of an issue. There had been heavy snowfall over the previous weeks and once the main road veered left to Bukowian, the remaining leg to the disused Slovak border crossing Lysa Polana was pure snow. A small road to the right heads .. Read the complete review
by Rachel Harvey-kelly - written on 12/09/07
Thanks for your comments, useful, as have sat in that 7km line to slovak border, and gave up after 1 1/2hours. Returning, line was 12 km. Like to know what I missed but live in the Alps, so still asking myself if we should have sat there another hour or not. Maybe again some time in the future. Can we see the photos though?
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