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Willa Centrum is located by the main promenade in the very center of Wisła - just a minute walk separates our building from the Town Square, and a four-minute walk from the Gołębiewski hotel. We offer five double, triple and quadruple rooms with separate bathrooms and a quadruple studio (2 + 2). Each room has a TV and a double bed. In addition, guests have a kitchenette with a fridge, kettle and microwave. There is a parking lot for our guests next to the building. The possibility of using the Internet. We offer accommodation for PLN 50 per person per day. Children 30 PLN per night. Check-in from 13:00 to 11:00. Welcome! General conditions of reservation: - Room reservation can be made by phone. - Mail is for informational purposes only. - I am asking for a thoughtful reservation of the stay, because it is binding for both parties. - A prerequisite for accepting a reservation is to make a deposit (cash or postal order) paid within three business days from the date of booking. In the title of payment, please provide the name for which the reservation was made and the date of the booked stay.- The date of the postal order is considered the date of the prepayment. - Room reservation is not guaranteed if you do not make a payment within a certain time. - The amount of the deposit is 30% of the cost of the stay depending on the length of stay and is determined at the time of booking. - The deposit paid is not refundable in case of cancellation. - The paid down deposit is settled in the amount due for the stay. About Wisla Wisła is a beautiful mountain village in the Silesian Voivodeship, in the Cieszyn Poviat. Close to the border with the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The lowest located place in Wisła is the Vistula river valley on the border with Ustron (392 m above sea level), and the highest - the peak of Barania Góra (1220 m above sea level). The center of the Vistula is located at an altitude of 430 m above sea level. The valley in which the city is located, surround the picturesque mountains of the Silesian Beskids. Wisła is at the source of the largest Polish river. The Czarna and Biała Wisełka streams originate from the sources on Barania Góra, which after joining and taking the waters of the Malinka stream form the Vistula River. In the area of the Wisła Czarne valley, below the historic connection of Czarna and Biała Wisełka in the years 1967-1973, a water dam was built. The Czerniański reservoir stores drinking water and acts as a flood protection. Its maximum capacity is 5.06 million m3, and the area - about 40 ha. The total area of the city is 11 091 ha, including: - the area of forests is 74.4%, - the area of agricultural land is 18.9%, - the area of built-up areas is 2.6%. The characteristic feature of the village is its fragmentation into several valleys. Many residential and summer buildings are located outside the center, in the side valleys, among others Malinka, Czarne, Gościejów, Partecznik, Głębce, Łabajów, Dziechcinka, Jawornik, Gahura and on the slopes of the surrounding mountains. The location of the city in a number of valleys is unique (not only on the map of the Beskids, but also in relation to other mountain villages in the country). Just leave the city promenade and the bustling center of Wisła and head towards one in many valleys to find peace and quiet. Those who follow the routes and are able to look carefully, will find unique and charming places in the Vistula. The landscape is dominated by forests, meadows on the slopes of mountains and mountain streams. Everyone can find here their own, individually lived beauty. Wisła is a tourist and leisure resort with a century-long tradition. Its location, climate and landscape charms encourage people to relax both in winter and in other seasons. Tourists coming to the Vistula have around 100 km of tourist routes. In summer, there are routes of varying difficulty for hikers and mountain bikers. In winter, we have beautiful trails for downhill and downhill skiing, over 20 ski lifts (including most illuminated trails). There are 5 ski jumps in the village.