Krynica-Zdrój - information about the city

Krynica-Zdrój [krɨˈɲit​͡sa ˈzdrui̯] (until 31 December 2001 Krynica, Ukrainian: Криниця Krynytsia ) is a town in Nowy Sącz County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship, Poland in the Beskids mountains, inhabited by over eleven thousand people. It is the biggest spa town in Poland called The Pearl of Polish Spas; a tourist and winter sport centre. It was first recorded in 1547 and became a town in 1889. Part of the inhabitants belong to the Lemko minority.

Krynica-Zdrój - tourist attractions

markerA Funicular on Parkowa Mountain Funicular on Parkowa Mountain transports people from Krynica-Zdroj to the top of Mount Parkowa. It was built in 1937 as the first funicular in Poland this type. Operator is Polskie Koleje Linowe S.A. The funicular in Krynica-Zdroj was built at the request of the League of the Promotion of Tourism. ... Funicular on Parkowa Mountain - photo

Relevant data

Geographical coordinates: 50.0333, 14.6667
Approximate population: 11,243

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