Poland: Skiing - Snow Boarding
A country with new world cuisine, a bustling nightlife and a haunting past
Each winter, thousands of Poles head for the snow capped mountains in the south and the country's main ski resort in Zakopane. The highest town in Poland, offer fantastic views of 2,500 metre high peaks, and despite only having a population of around 30,000, welcomes over 2 million visitors each year. There are an abundance of slopes in the area suited to every type of skier, whether you are a beginner or an advanced skier. As well as Zakopane there are numerous resorts and smaller villages dotted along throughout the mountain ranges bordering the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Optimal skiing conditions are between December and March.