Changes, what happened all over the country after 1989 r., They also had an impact on life near Giewont – many street names have been spectacularly restored, The Monument of Gratitude to the Red Army has disappeared, there have been and are still changes of ownership. Private owners of guesthouses are finding themselves, houses, tenement houses, so far owned by e.g.. Employee Holiday Fund, Citizens' Militia, PZPR. Private restaurants flooding the streets with colorful advertisements are multiplying, drink-bary, cafes, hotels and guesthouses. Next to the stalls selling carnivores, like before the age, like-oscypki, in Zakopane at the end of the 20th century. you will find Italian pizzerias, French croissants, American McDonald's, Hungarian, Chinese and other restaurants. The axis of the city is, like a hundred years ago, Krupówki Street, tourist fashion show, a meeting place, purchases, entertainment and contacts with art.
In connection with the planned poviat reform from the Tatrzańska Commune in 1995 r. the villages of Kościelisko and Poronin broke away. The consequence of the impoverishment of the society in recent years is the reduction of the number of visitors. Nevertheless, Zakopane is still fashionable.