This is an expedition into one of the world’s oldest mines, the Wieliczka Salt Mine. It involves an exploration of the remarkable underground corridors and carved chapels in the mine. The Wieliczka Salt Mine attracts over one million tourists every year. The mine also has a long tradition of tourism attracting famous visitors such as Nicolaus Copernicus, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, and Frederic Chopin.
Your exploration takes you up to 135 meters deep beneath the earth. Together with a friendly a professional guide, you will go down by staircase and will be brought back to the surface by a lift. During your tour, you will explore the historic Wieliczka Salt Mine, an UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will learn about the fascinating history of this remarkably preserved site.
Since it was first built in the 13th century, this mine remained in operation up until 2007. You will be led into discovering the mine’s remarkable corridors and excavations. The historic carvings and statues made from salt taken out of the mine at are marvel.
Your payment takes care of your round trip transportation from Krakow to the Mine. Your transport vehicle will in a comfortable climate conditioned minibus. It also covers admission into the Wieliczka Salt Mine. However, you will have to make provision for your food and drink. Wondering what are past travelers on this tour saying about it?
“Really nice tour of the incredible artistry and ingenious designs amazingly all inside this mine shaft with the incredible story all in Salt! Highly recommend taking this tour”
“I think it was one of our best experiences whilst staying in Krakow. Definitely worth recommending”
Take this tour, have a firsthand examination of its awesomeness and find out why this site attracts over 1 million tourists annually.