Definetely the most interesting tourist attraction in Wieliczka is the Salt Mine, which has been active since 13th century. It covers eight levels with a total lenght of over 150 km. The most impressive are the three upper levels. There we can find cristal grottoes, a huge and gorgeously decorated Chamber of Princess Kinga with numerous sculptures and bas-reliefs made of salt, as well as salt lakes and allergological sanatorium. It is not surprising that it has been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The route prepared for tourists will take you into the underground world of salt labyrinths. You will be amazed by the atmosphere created by countless attractions: altars carved in salt, sculptures and reliefs, salt lakes and, moreoever, the Chapel of St. Kinga illuminated by huge salt chandeliers.
We would like to invite you for a walk around the center of the Old Town of Kraków.
Things to see on the way: the Barbican, the Old Walls with the Florian’s Gate, Floriańska street, the Main Square with the Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Church, the Town Hall Tower, the Jagiellonian University – Collegium Maius, Grodzka street with the churches of St. Andrew and St. Piotr and Paweł, Kanonicza street and the Wawel Hill.
Following the traces of Jewish Heritage – Kazimierz
Kazimierz used to be a city, a religious and cultural center of Jews who once lived in Krakow. Things to see on the way: the Jewish Community Center, Plac Nowy (the main square of Kazimierz), the Izaak Synagogue, Wysoka and Stara Synagogue, Szeroka street, the Popper Synagogue, the Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery, the Kupa Synagogue, the Tempel Synagogue, the New Jewish Cemetery, The Ghetto Heroes Square, the Pharmacy “Under the Eagle”, the Oscar Schindler’s Factory.
The National Museum Auschwitz – Birkenau. The trip includes: transport service, museum tour with a guide, documentary film shown in the cinema or while travelling by car.