funicular railway operating all year round from Zakopane to
Gubałówka, to the Spisko-Gubałowskie Foothills.
producer of the first wagons was Von Roll Bern from Switzerland,
while currently operated Garaventa and Mostostal Czechowice. The
railway operator is the Polskie Koleje Liniowe S.A.
is the most famous peak located in the capital of the Polish Tatra
Mountains - Zakopane. It
takes 3.5 minutes to get to the height of 1122 m above sea level,
thanks to the cable-way railway, which transports about 2,000 people
within an hour. From the top of Gubałówka, there is a view of the
amazing panorama of Zakopane and the Tatra Mountains.
"Gubałówka" funicular railway was built at the request of
the Tourism Support League, as the second in Poland, after the "Góra
Parkowa" one, funicular railway in Krynica-Zdrój. The
construction began in July and was commissioned on December 20, 1938,
after only 168 days of construction.
last complete modernization was completed on December 15, 2001. It is
a railway with two cars, on one track with a passing bridge in the
middle of the route. Modern wagons with a glass roof allow you to
watch the panorama of the Tatra Mountains during the journey. The
railway rolling stock from before the modernization in 2001 was used
to adapt the former glider lift and the construction of the "Żar"
funicular railway from Międzybrodzie Żywieckie.
Contact Na Gubałówkę st.
+48 22 44 466 66