Krakow to Budapest tours

Do you travel from Krakow to Budapest

Krakow to Budapest tours are perfect opportunities….

Ski touring in the central valley Mala Studena dolina to the Teryho hut (2.015 m) – one of the oldest (built in 1899) and the highest located mountain hut open all year round. Option to ascent and ski Priecne pass (2.352 m) or Sedielko pass (2.372 m)

Your options are:

Guided tour from 690 EUR for 8 days
Self-guided tour from 555 EUR for 8 days

Highlights
• The best of the High Tatras – from east to west
• Highest peak of Poland – Rysy (2499 m)
• Slovak Paradise – hiking through gorges and waterfalls
• Easy day – get familiar with local life and rich history below the Tatras

Guided tour from 730 EUR for 8 days
Self-guided tour from 620 EUR for 8 days

Highlights
• Seven huts, five mountain passes, three summits
• Hiking under the highest peaks of the High Tatras – Lomnicky peak & Gerlach
• Most scenic sections of the Grand Traverse (Magistrala) in the High Tatras
• Combination of mountain accommodation – mountain huts, mountain hotels and guest houses
• Hiking without sleeping bag or cooking utensils

Guided tour from 730 EUR for 8 days
Self-guided tour from 620 EUR for 8 days

Highlights
• Grand tour of Slovak mountains – great hiking adventure
• Slovakia’s top 5 national parks – High Tatras, Low Tatras, Slovak Paradise, Pieniny and Mala Fatra
• 5 panoramic peaks
• A great diversity in a small area – narrow gorges, grassy highlands, rocky peaks

Guided tour from 390 EUR for 5 days
Self-guided tour from 275 EUR for 5 days

Highlights
• Mountain break – perfect getaway from city life
• Only 2,5 hours from Krakow
• Three popular hiking trails – three days of mountain adventure
• Highest peak of Poland – Mt. Rysy (2.499 m)