Krynica (officially called Krynica-Zdrój) is a spa in Eastern Beskids in southern Poland.

Get in

From Kraków by a direct train (ca. 5h, 228 km) or direct public bus service (ca. 3h, 150 km).


Nikifor's Museum The Old Spa House.

Museum of Toys 'Bajka' ul. Piłsudskiego 2, Nowe Łazienki Mineralne.

Orthodox Churches

Koncertowa restaurant (1870) in Park Slotwinski.

Słotwinka mineral water spring (1815) pump-room in Park Slotwinski.


Hike in the surrounding hills.

Mountain-bike in the hills or across villages.

Rope park



It is the biggest spa town in Poland so it is full of sanitariums and basically every house provides rooms.

Go next

Do a day trip to Slovakia. Nearby Slovak towns include Bardejov (ca. 30 km) and Poprad (ca. 100 km). Spiš region is also easily accessible.

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