The trip to Wieliczka Salt Mine runs every Sunday.
Wieliczka is a small town in the southern Poland, close to Cracow, mostly known for its historical Salt Mine, which undoubtfully is considered to be a tourist attraction by children, youth and adults.
The Salt Mine is the only mine in the world which has been operating without interruptions since the Middle Ages. Its genuine excavations (longitudinals, traverses, chambers, lakes as well as shafts) are located on nine levels and extend for the total of about 300 kilometres reaching the depth of over 300 metres.
Following the tourist itinerary with a guide, you can marvel at wonderful chapels, adorable subterranean lakes, original devices and equipment as well as traces of mining works which give you an idea of how people worked and fought against forces of nature and of their passions and beliefs. The section which was made available to tourists includes 3.5 km and lies at the depth of 64 – 135 m. Once the visiting is over, you can take a rest in the unique complex of chambers located 125 m under the ground, where you can find a souvenir shop, restaurant and post office. It is particularly recommended for people with upper respiratory tract disorders and with various types of allergies to spend some time in the mine.
It is worth mentioning that on September 8th, 1978 the Salt Mine was listed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and joined 12 first objects in the world.
- Adults 75 PLN
- Student / Pensioner 70 PLN
- Children 4-10 years 65 PLN
- Children up to 4 years 40 PLN
- coach transfer
- tour leader
- guide in the mine
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