Hotel Galicja

Address: ul. Edwarda Dembowskiego 20, Wieliczka, Southern Poland, 32-020, Poland | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on ul. Edwarda Dembowskiego 20, Wieliczka, is near Wieliczka Salt Mine, Cracow Salt Works Museum (Muzeum Zup Krakowskich Wieliczka), and Church on the Rock (Kosciol na Skalce).
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          • Restaurant


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Airport Transportation
          • Shuttle bus service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Galicja Wieliczka

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Wieliczka

          Wieliczka Salt Mine

          A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 30, 2015

          2 photos

          The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments of material and spiritual culture in Poland. Each year it is visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world.

          It is also a world class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.Today, ...

          Into the salt mine...

          A travel blog entry by jogo on May 10, 2015

          37 photos

          ... and dangerous and in the dark as earlier you only had oil lamps.

          There were different job types and the men did the same job every day.

          People started to look for salt in the earth from the middle of the 13th century. In 15th century they started to use the first machines and since 17th century they use horses.

          The horses did live in the salt mine, they were not led up and down every day.

          Dangers were ...

          Last weekend here.

          A travel blog entry by juliakozlik on Jul 19, 2014

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... wood structures reminded me of giant Lincoln logs. My favorite part by far was the pope john Paul the II carving and the huge altar. It was a really great day and very entertaining. I would go back in a heart beat to see it. I think it was hard to image how far down we were. It seemed unreal that the sculptures were completely made out of salt. I really loved this trip, and looking forward to zakopane ...

          Auschwitz and birkenau

          A travel blog entry by sjgeller on Apr 27, 2014

          1 photo

          ... there is no word. I understand more now, about the process, about the mechanization, about the institutionalization of the "solution", BUT NEVER WILL I UNDERSTAND THE INHUMANITY OF HATE. No, perhaps i am wrong, maybe evil is the right word. it strikes me that there were two groups of people that carried out hitlers plans, those who did what they did as a matter of choice of survival and self preservation; and those who truly enjoyed it. We ...

          The Baltic Blast

          A travel blog entry by avv78 on Aug 29, 2013

          39 photos

          ... capital of the world without doubt. Sim didn't put up much of a fight and handed the steering wheel (so to speak) and wallet to me..... ooooh goody. Next up we hit Kaunas, the 2nd biggest city in the country. It was nice but a bit industrial for our liking and really we just wanted to get to Vilnius where it all truly happens, oh and their happened to be basketball games on each night we were there. Wow, that was a coincidence wasn't it :-). So while ...