World Heritage- Tour to Salt Mine
Tour to Salt Mine
Discover the Wieliczka Salt Mine with us Located in shut proximity to Kraków, was the oldest in use endlessly because its establishment in the XIII century salt mine in the world awaiting transitioning into a museum of mining in 2007. With a total corridor length of over 300 kilometres and depth of 327 meters it offers a 3.5 kilometre elongated sight-seeing tour, which takes you through a millennium of history and development of salt mining as fine as folk myths and legends.
The corridors are decorated with salt statues and carvings completed to begin with by the miners and in contemporary period by artists. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is occupied of halls and chambers twisted in salt, still an false underground lake is there! Visited by in excess of 1.2 million populace annually, The Wieliczka Salt mine is a UNESCO World Heritage site and a must-see for anyone visiting southern Poland, of course with Salt mine Tours Explore The Wieliczka Salt Mine with Tour to Salt Mine.
Just a few kilometres
Just a few kilometres from the incredible Kraków is a UNESCO World Heritage site tempting more than a million visitors from all greater than the world each year. The mine itself effective ad infinitum because the XIII century in anticipation of 2007 is a tribute to the history of mining and thousands of miners who lived and worked there. Since profound as 327 meters, it offers a fascinating 3.5 kilometres journey addicted to the heart of the earth. During the tour you walk from beginning to end unused corridors into halls engraved not in of salt, packed with amazing salt sculptures and carvings.