Wieliczka - City named in the past Magnum Salt (latin) what meant Big Salt. Salt Mine in Wieliczka is awarded with UNESCO World Heritage title and qualified as monuments belonging to class “0”. Every year Wieliczka Salt Mine is being visited by more than million tourist – it’s the best incentive to see this amazing place.
The history of the Salt Mine dates back to 13th century - the first surviving written record of rock salt deposits was found in the 1290 foundation charter of the town, but does not mean that salt had not been produced here much earlier. The Salt Mine had been working uninterruptedly up to 1964, and since those year it have been still opening for tourists.
The tourist route takes about 3,5km and goes from 64 to 135 meters deep. Here you can admire absolutely beautiful underground chapels, salty lakes, statues, corridors and original equipment and tools used by former mine workers. You can also see the Chapel of Saint Kinga – the biggest and most glamorous underground temple in the world carved in a block of salt.
All inclusive Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour
The sites awarded with UNESCO World Heritage title and qualified as monuments belonging to class ‘0’ .
price from per person: 135 PLN
All inclusive Auschwitz & Wieliczka Salt Mine One Day Trip
One of our most popular offer for a short break in Krakow - two places which you can't miss in one day!
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Wieliczka tour - In the Mysterious Land of Salt
We invite you for Wieliczka Salt Mine tour - The sites awarded with UNESCO World Heritage title and qualified as monuments belonging to class ‘0’ .
price: 200 PLN
Auschwitz & Wieliczka Salt Mine One Day Trip
If you’re in Krakow only for a short break, this offer is just for you. We take you to the two “must visit” places in one day!
price: 650 PLN
Wieliczka - a town in southern Poland, in the Krakow metropolitan area.
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