You probably know Zakopane, “the winter capital of Poland”. But Zakopane is also a home of the world’s largest snow maze – Snowlandia with the ice labyrinth covering almost 3000 square metres.
❄️The biggest snow maze in the world in Zakopane, Poland, where visitors navigate more than 3000 square metres to find an exit.❄️ pic.twitter.com/wh62XvY9tG
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This unique labyrinth was installed for the first time a couple of years ago in the Zakopane resort and ever since the opening locals and tourists have loved it.
Each year it takes about a month (and 50 workers) to piece together over 60,000 ice blocks and build the maze.
The Snowlandia Zakopane park invites you to discover the largest snow labyrinth in the world, which is larger than 10 tennis courts and was pieced together by using over 60,000 ice blocks. #growth #innovation #economy #ecology #poland #investment #passiveincome #economicaltiger pic.twitter.com/2kd6wPnG0t
— Poland-Invest (@PolandInvest) January 17, 2020
The maze with dozens of winding alleys and walls made of ice two-metres thick also features a castle with hidden tunnels.
It’s something for true winter lovers! The maze has proved to be a big hit with visitors – one of many reasons to visit Poland this winter season.
Pictures: Facebook SnowlandiaCulture