It is not very popular with pedestrians, lagging behind famous and frequented roads. It is best known for the new cemetery and the PTSM youth hostel. In a long communication route running from Poronin to Kościelisko, Nowotarska is in the middle, between the eastern section called Jana Kasprowicza Street and the western section called Powstańców Śląskich Street. It is parallel to ul. Kościuszko and stretches from the intersection with Krupówki to ul. Chramcówki.
Nowotarska Street meets the following streets: Kasprowicz, Chramcówki, Sienkiewicz, Sunny, al. 5 House, Łukaszówki, Krupówki, To Gubałówka.
Going along Nowotarska from the west, that is from the side of the market or Krupówki, it is difficult to succumb to any spell; if, it's rather imperceptible. At the outset, a rather dingy milk bar on the ground floor of the former Hotel near Giewont evokes a suspicious mood. A little further, also on the right side of the street, you can improve your attitude a bit, entering the Hungarian restaurant Czardasz (no 8) or to the pizzeria, besieged by young people, Bambola (no 10). A significant contribution to the deterioration of the street's beauty is made on the left at no. 35 Semi-necessary, where there is a repair station and a point of sale of spare parts and cars. Behind Polmozbyt there is a cemetery, in front of which the Department of Last Service operates ("Our motto is low prices") – therefore you can often find people dressed in black on this stretch of the street, with flowers and wreaths.