Hotel Sutoris

Address: ul. Solna 2, Bochnia, Southern Poland, 32-700, Poland | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on ul. Solna 2, Bochnia, is near Bochnia Salt Mine.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
         

        Travel Blogs from Bochnia

        In Poland

        A travel blog entry by jpokusa on Sep 02, 2015

        3 comments, 19 photos

        ... many of them and they had items such as empty gas can, thousands of shoes, eye glasses, suitcases and hair. The nazis would use the hair of the Jews to make rope and textiles. We visited the crematorium but most of the evidence of this area was destroyed by the nazis to hide evidence. Some of the cells we saw were called starvation cells, and standing cells. These cells were made for a prisoner to stand because it was just ...

        Krakow

        A travel blog entry by daleandgwen on Aug 01, 2015

        5 photos

        ... it from the land side. Kings had their own chapel here and many are buried here.Gold roof of one side chapel is spectacular in sunlight. Found good lunch spot as we walked to the Jewish quarter for the afternoon tour.Excellent crepes and pannacotta for dessert.in a leafy courtyard was very good though nothing from outside. Tour excellent and we saw the old synagogue, graveyards and memorials to Jews lost.Market area which was a circular ritual slaughter house ...

        Wieliczka salt mines

        A travel blog entry by chenbest on Jul 20, 2015

        13 photos

        ... to a depth of 155 m below surface level as far as level 3 there are 9 levels in total. The engineering of the mine given that it was initially built in the 13th century is really something to marvel at. In total we walked some 2 to 3 km of the 245km of tunnels and saw only about 20 of the vast number of chambers. The mine is now totally devoted to tourism and has a number of displays replicating its early workings as well as some amazing sculptures made from salt. There is ...

        Say yes to... Kraków!

        A travel blog entry by kirstenhulme on May 30, 2015

        48 photos

        ... forced the Jews of Kraków back in 1941. Very cool to see this side of town and a very different feel from old town. We also went to the Wieliczka salt mines and went for a fascinating 3 hour tour. The tour was really cool but Chris and I were disappointed we didn't get the tour you got to dress up in miners gear and a hard hat. Apparently that tour is just for the kids. Krakow's old town is fun: loud and very lively ...

        Auschwitz Camp

        A travel blog entry by xynnapang on Apr 14, 2015

        1 photo

        ... br>
        Oh yeah, why did the Nazis do all these? They wanted to create a "perfect world" in Europe, and believed that Jews should be exterminated. They had initially wanted to send the Jews to Madagascar in Africa, but obviously it was impossible to send 1 million people there, hence the "Final Solution" was to build the concentration camps in Poland in 1940 and to kill them all here. Oh yea, there was also this pretty sick doctor, ...

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