Choosing a sightseeing flight over the Tatra Mountains, we start our trip at Pobiednik Wielki airport. From a bird’s eye view we can see the biggest tourist attractions of Cracow: Podgórski Market Square, Kazimierz, Church on the Rock, Wawel Castle, Old Town and many more.
Flying along Zakopianka we pass Dobczycki Reservoir, Myślenice and Rabka Zdrój. The Gorce National Park is to our left and the Babia Góra massif to our right. The Podhale region and the peaks of the picturesque Tatra Mountains lie ahead.
We fly over Zakopane from the direction of Gubałówka. Zakopane as the capital of the Tatra Mountains is a destination for lovers of mountain landscapes. We observe from above walking and greeting tourists. West Tatra Mountains are at hand. Below us, we see the Koscieliska Valley, the Krupówki Street always besieged by tourists, and the Wielka Krokiew complex. Flying along the Tatras, the pilot of our Cessna 172 plane shows us Giewont, Kasprowy Wierch and the massif of the High Tatras with Rysy (the highest peak in Poland 2499 m). Next, we fly over Poronin and Białka Tatrzańska, and on the right we admire Bukowina Tatrzańska. In the distance we see the capital of Podhale – Nowy Targ. We head towards the Pieniny Mountains. We fly over the Czorsztyn Lake, admiring the ruins of the castle in Nidzica and Czorsztyn. Above Krościenko we cross the meandering Dunajec River and head north to Stary and Nowy Sącz. Before us is Rożnowskie Lake and the airport in Łososina. On the way back we will see the beautiful castle in Nowy Wiśnicz, Bochnia with its salt mine, we will fly over the Niepołomice Primeval Forest. The journey ends at Pobiednik Wielki airport.