Rondo – The road to Bystre
You can get here by PKS bus or minibus, because everything, which runs in the direction of Bystra or Kuźnice and back, stops at Roundabout, it is also easy to get to places far from the center. It is one of the most important communication nodes – Large streets converge here from four directions: Chałubiński (from the Northeast), The road to Bystre (from the east), Tatra Guides (from the south-east) and Bronisław Czech (from the southwest). At the Roundabout (no 1) you can make purchases in the well-stocked and expensive Sport store & Fun Company Ltd.; there is also a bicycle rental.
If, after three quarters of an hour of reveling in the possibilities of choosing your path, you will not be able to make a decision, which side to turn, I suggest right, on the Way to Bystre. It crosses the lower Bulwary Słowackiego and reaches the place, which new arrivals may confuse with the previously discussed roundabout, because it is also the confluence of five streets: Dear to Bystre, Drugs to Koziniec, Roads to Olcza, Karłowicz and Balzer.
It was called Rondo Bystre for a reason. A characteristic object of this place is the sizeable body of the Imperial hotel, with white and navy blue colors. If you are standing under the Imperial, before going east along the long Balzera Street, running through Jaszczurówka to Toporowa Cyrhla, it will not prevent you from wandering around. And it's worth it! It stretches behind the hotel (oj, pull!) Road to Olcza, which along numerous hamlets reaches as far as Harenda, more specifically, to the entry road to Zakopane from Poronin. The first street on the left behind Imperial is Droga na Koziniec, which can also be reached from the east, from Bulwary Słowackiego at the height of the Chałubiński and Sabała monuments and to the north – On the way to Antałówka.