The elegant 4-star Hotel Stok is located in Wisła, in a picturesque Jawornik Valley. It features various SPA and wellness facilities, 2 on-site ski lifts and bright rooms with a balcony and free Wi-Fi. Access to an indoor pool, a hot tub and many saunas is free of charge for hotel guests. Guests can also visit the elegant SPA with 13 separate rooms offering a variety of facial and body treatments. All rooms at the hotel Stok are decorated with classical furniture and sandy colours. Each comes with a minibar, a safe and a seating area. Satellite TV is provided.

A varied buffet breakfast is served every morning in one of the hotel 3 restaurants, which offer Polish, regional and international dishes. Barbecue facilities are also available. Hotel Stok is situated 3 km from the centre of Wisła. Private parking is available on site.


Attractively situated at the source of the Wisla River, and surrounded by beautiful forests on nearby mountain slopes, Known as the Pearl of the Beskid Mountains, it has several landmarks, numerous comfortable pension houses, and many places to eat. During recent years the city has gained fame as the hometown of Adam Malysz, Poland’s most successful ski-jumper, whose sporting achievements has eclipsed the fame of other Wisla-born luminaries.


This scenic town and its environs create a number of opportunities for active relaxation. The close proximity of other interesting locations like Ustron, Szczyrk and the triple village of Istebna-Koniakow-Jaworzynka makes Wisla an ideal base for walking excursions (lots of marked paths run through the city and around it). One walking trip really worth taking goes through a deep gorge to Kaskady Rodla, the famous waterfalls on the Biala Wisla River.

Another experience awaiting you in Wisla is cycling along the relatively flat mountain ridges – there are many miles of bike trails and plenty of paths to follow. For the winter sports enthusiast, the city offers access to a number of well-maintained ski-lifts. In fact, throughout the summer and winter months Wisla bustles with life, and the restaurants, bars and cafes add to the colour of the place.

Apart from sports and recreational activities, the city has some interesting attractions that include the Museum of Beskidy; the Protestant church; the Catholic Church with its old cemetery; the Habsburg’s Hunting Castle; and the President’s Castle, which used to be visited by the Polish president Ignacy Moscicki (he held the office in the years

Wisla is a town in southern 1926-1939). And when you are tired of being so active, just relax and immerse yourself in the stylish resort atmosphere that Wisla exudes.


Poland, close to the border with the Czech Republic and Slovakia. It is situated 431 meters above sea level in a picturesque, 15 km long valley of the Vistula (Wisla in Polish) River, that queen of Polish rivers from which the town took its name. Surrounded by mountains with elevations of between 640 and 1221 m, to the west Wisla is hemmed in by the Czantoria mountain range. Geographically it belongs to Beskid Slaski region. The town has a total area of over 110 km2 and a population of approximately 11,000. Approximately 75% of its territory is covered by Wisla’s most valuable natural resources - its forests. These are protected for ecological and tourist purposes.


Nearby airports:
Ostrava (Czech Republic, 79 km from Wisła)
Pyrzowice (124 km from Wisła)
Krakow Balice (141 km from Wisła)

PKP Intercity S.A.

Koleje Śląskie Sp. z o.o.

Railway stations in Wisła:
- Wisła Oblaziec
- Wisla Spa (Railway Station - Wisla center)
- Wisla Dziechcinka
- Wisła Kopydło
- Wisła Głębce (end station)

- Transkom -
- Wispol -
- PKS Bielsko-Biała -

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