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We came here to spent some time during our holiday. The church is really nice as well as the town. We were unlucky to see the view on the mountains due to fog.
I highly recommend to visit the church inside. It is a very...More
Some nice place to visit once you are in Karpacz. This is an old church that was supposedly buit by some Nordic settlers that came to Karpacz. Some of the Church elements were constructed from their ship. The church ich quite small and there is...More
After you have found a parking spot (several paid spots available, but several hundred meters remain, on an ascent. This is clearly a tourist hotspot, with souvenir stands and ice cream sold on the street. Church visits are strictly limited, the door opens, out comes...More
It is still a long way to climb up, even after parking the car, but worth it. Wonderful craftsmanship in the stave church (no nails). I'd just been in Norway, so I would have liked to know more about the church and its history, but...More
A Norwegian wooden church, the only one in this part of Europe. Worth seeing from the outside and inside, bypassing the narrow cloisters and contemplating the Viking decorations. I recommend listening to an audio guide that tells the story of the church. Next to the...More
From what I had experienced, there are Buses running as I had noticed while 'fast tracking' down the winding and medium sized bitumen road leading to Karpacz from Wang with my mountain bike. What fun and exhilaration... More
From what I had experienced, there are Buses running as I had noticed while 'fast tracking' down the winding and medium sized bitumen road leading to Karpacz from Wang with my mountain bike. What fun and exhilaration ....., especially after having to taking the exhausting ride up the same way. Can recommend it, the smiles on the folks' faces commuting in those buses tells it all: "What fun we must be missing......"