Hotel Salin

Address: pl. Kosciuszki 5, Wieliczka, Southern Poland, 32-020, Poland | Hotel
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This hotel is located on pl. Kosciuszki 5, Wieliczka.
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        Travel Blogs from Wieliczka

        Wieliczka Salt Mine

        A travel blog entry by jeffreychun on Nov 30, 2015

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        ... Wieliczka” Salt Mine combines many centuries of tradition and modernity, the history of several hundred years and an underground metropolis with extensive infrastructure.

        The mine is a product of work of tens of generations of miners, a monument to the history of Poland and to the Polish nation – a brand, present in ...


        A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 21, 2015

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        ... hidden here like a coward!! The next stop was at Ketzryn, a small town not far away, where we walked everywhere but couldn't find a coffee shop so headed north and east the complete a circle back to Gizycko. On the way one more attempt for coffee which we found in a lakeside town with marinas. Had good coffee and apple cake. Yumo. Back in Gizycko we took ourselves on a long walk about the ...

        Vilnius to Gizycko, Poland

        A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 20, 2015

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        After leaving Vilnius we drove on the nice quiet Sunday morning roads to Trakai to see the beautiful fairy tale castle. It sits on an island which can be accessed by a walking bridge. All extremely picturesque but already bus loads arriving so we moved on after a short stop to Kaunas. Unsure what to expect so headed for the old town but no matter how hard we tried we ...

        Into the salt mine...

        A travel blog entry by jogo on May 10, 2015

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        ... methan gas, and in order to stabilize the mine they used lots of wood.

        Salt was sold and made the region around Krakow rich. The income from the salt financed the castle Wavel in Krakow and the city wall.

        In the salt mine are a lot of chapels where the workers prayed in order to survive the day and work. The jobs were paid well.

        Still I would not have been able to work there and these men have my uttermost respect.


        A travel blog entry by brian.fearnley3 on Jun 09, 2014

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        Shortish ride her yesterday,through pine forests,and very quite roads,it was stunningly beautiful. 270 miles,arriving at our gorgeous hotel,all marble reception,very plush,private parking for bike, Our room had its own private balcony. Last nights meal with wine and beer cost about £7.00. We are travelling into Lithuania ...