Tourist’s house

Hotel and catering complex, built in 1963. It has 823 beds, 215 of which are in single and double rooms, the rest for 8 persons. This is where PTTK’s foreign tourism offices and editorial offices are located. The patron of the House – Prof. Kazimierz Sosnowski was a well-known tourist activist in the interwar years, the author of numerous works and the organizer of the construction of mountain shelters. His grave is located in the Salwator Cemetery. In the Tourist House there are special souvenirs in his honor.

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