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If you want to see what amazing accomplishments can be done by the hands of people, visit the Wieliczka Salt Mines in Poland. Included in Unesco's World Heritage List in 1978, this underground labyrinth of tunnels and chambers took over 700 years to complete. The mine contains nine levels (the deepest being 327m underground) and stretches over 300km, all hewn by hand from solid salt. Although it is no longer used today, tourist are ...
Krakow was the next destination which resides in southern Poland. Within the metropolitan area lies the town of Wieliczka and under this town is the Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of the world's oldest operating salt mines. It is now a major tourist destination, operating a tour through the depths of the mines. A local guide brought us through the whole mine journey which we are required to walk quite a bit. The ...
... The bus station had free wifi, so we talked to Jelly (Carl) on Skype. Then we crammed ourselves on a tiny minibus for the ride to Zakopane. Of course we drove through the Polish side of the High Tatras which were....bright and sunny! Now we are wondering whether we should have been there for the last 3 days...
Took just under 2 hours to reach Zakopane, where we had some good luck catching the next bus ...
... history to keep you occupied on the walking tours, or the day trips to Auschwitz before enjoying good food in one of the many restaurants. At the same time, Krakow seems somewhat undiscovered from the British tourist enabling one to relax and wander at leisure without the hustle and bustle of these busy hotspots.
I can guarantee that my return will be in the near future. Definitely one of my favourite European cities. :)
... is still used each week for Catholic masses (people descend into the mine by elevator – avoiding the 380 steps and long kilometer walks that we took to come here). Walking around the Chapel, the room looks like any church I have visited where the interior is made out of wood, stone or marble. However everything in this church is made out of salt – the altarpieces, chandeliers, sculptures and wall paneling – salt, salt, and more salt. The ...