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Address: Stary Wisnicz 410, 32-720 Nowy Wisnicz, Bochnia, Southern Poland, 32-700, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Stary Wisnicz 410, 32-720 Nowy Wisnicz, Bochnia, is near Bochnia Salt Mine.
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Travel Blogs from Bochnia

If you're feeling salty.......

A travel blog entry by jameslevy on Oct 06, 2015

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... halls, a full blown church and once even a canal for a boat ride.was fascinating. After lunch went off to find Koscuisko Mound, a fort on the outskirts of town. Went by tram, got in the wrong carriage to buy a ticket, swapped carriages at a stop but by the time I got the ticket I was at the destination and found I had a 20 miin uphill walk.Then found there was a bus.. The mound was built as a copy of other ancient burial mounds in the city to ...

In Poland

A travel blog entry by jpokusa on Sep 02, 2015

3 comments, 19 photos

... to stand in and not given food. On day 4 I went to oscar schlinders factory. It is now just a giant museum that explains krakow under nazi rule. The are some oscar schlinder items see such as his office still I'm tact and the pots that the Jews made in his factory on display. I thought the musuem was excellent. At night I went on the krakow pub crawl were I met other travelers to krakow. We went to about four different ...


A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Aug 01, 2015

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... looks interesting too. Walked acroos to Schindler factory and back into town13 km walk so justified a nice dinner. Went back to Kogul mogol from last night.Wedding at one end but got a table and had a terrific seafood entree and steak main dinner with a bottle of Chilean red..excellent and great value at half Melbourne prices for the equivalent. Bed 930 woke early.Food tour this morning looks interesting so we will see.underground museum also beckons with history of ...

Wieliczka salt mines

A travel blog entry by chenbest on Jul 20, 2015

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... lake (amazing green colour) and many of the large chambers have been converted for tourist purposes and other uses. One of these is the huge chapel which is used for weddings and other functions as well as mass each Sunday - over 100 metres underground. It is decorated with amazing carvings in the salt walls including a nativity scene, a reproduction of "The Last Supper" a sculpture of the Pope (probably John Paul II as he was Polish) and even chandeliers made from ...

Say yes to... Kraków!

A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on May 30, 2015

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... s cold, rainy or really late. Lots of people partying and eating outside, horse drawn carriages all over, and again, more street performers. We went to see the Rynek Underground Museum today and that was quite interesting. This museum opened only 5 years ago- when the Polish decided renovate the main square in old town they came across medieval structures beneath the surface. Archaeologists have spent time unearthing and ...

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