Guidet tur til saltgruven Wieliczka fra Kraków
Den underjordiske veien går gjennom en rekke gruveganger, gallerier og kamre, hvor sporene av gruvedriften har blitt godt bevart. Underveis får du også se eksempler på kunst, tematiske komposisjoner relatert til minens historie og legender. Wieliczka er verdens største gruvemuseum med en samling av unike gruveverktøy som reflekterer utviklingen av teknikker for gruvedrift, fra middelalderen og frem til i dag. Mikroklimaet i minen har også god effekt på besøkende som lider av astma og allergier.
Turen starter med en nedstigning på 64 meter via trapper. Deretter blir du ledet gjennom en rekke kamre og forbi underjordiske innsjøer, helligdommer og saltmonumenter. Turen avsluttes på nivået som ligger 135 meter under overflaten, og deretter tar du en heis tilbake til overflaten.
- Lokal guide
- Tour eskorte / vert
- Pickup og slipp av i Krakows sentrum
- Transport med aircondition minivan
- Krakow City DIY audioguide (tilgjengelig etter bestilling)
- Inngang/adgang - Wieliczka Salt Mine
- Mat og Drikke
- Avgift for fotografering (tilgjengelig for kjøp - rundt 2,50 euro)
- Hotell henting og slipp av
- Bekreftelse mottas ved bestillingstidspunktet
- Ingen rullestoltilgang
- Barn må være ledsaget av en voksen
- Anbefales ikke for deltakerne med gangavstand (det er 800 trinn på vei, inkludert 380 rett ved starten)
- Anbefales ikke for deltakere med klaustrofobi
- Temperaturen ved Salt Mine er konstant (rundt 14 grader), vennligst kle deg riktig
- For å få en ungdomsrabatt må studentene ha gyldig student ID (fødselsdato, utløpsdato, bilde) kort med under turen og vise det til deg. Oppdag Cracow-representanten når du blir spurt
- I nærheten av offentlig transport
- Spedbarn må holdes på fanget
- Reisende må være i rimelig fysisk form
We enjoyed the tour. We were advised of an 0800 departure, and to arrive 15 minutes prior. When we went to the office, we were told 0850. Got up early, rushed breakfast and now had an hour to waste. Need more accurate times, especially for the first departure of the day.
A lot of standing around when you first get there but once inside it is amazing. Be warned this is not really suitable for people with walking problems etc nor young children. It starts with the never ending stairs! Over 300. thenthe mine which is really interesting, we unfortunately had a guide with a very strong accent which made it a little difficult to understand, but we read the legends and most of it is self explanatory the scenes inside are very well done. and after much walking the church is mind blowing! All in all a very good experience and enjoyable. My only problem is that for me the walking got too much which I suffered for the next day lol.Highly reccomend this tour
Good tour but very rushed. Pushed along not even a chance of a cuppa. Viator possibly the worst tour operators I have booked with
Good trip,very interesting couldnt really make out what guide was saying (think it was equipment).but overall good day and not far from krakow.
Absolutely outstanding. The tour was well run, the guide very knowledgeable and the group not too large to manage where we could ask individual questions.
You can miss going here. Was amazing. Don't let the no of steps put you off. Really wasn't that bad. The guide is excellent. Can hear what's being said on listening device/earpiece.
The salt mine was fabulous, like no place I have ever been. I recommend visiting. I am not sure the guided tour adds much though, it would have been as easy to take the train to the mine and the wait would have been similar. Either way, a guide from the mine itself is provided.
The tour was much in-depth and the mine had more to it than I expected. The tour leader was very knowledgeable and made it fun.
The salt mine was well worth a visit. It is about 30 minutes from the old town. The tour was good, however I have given this 4 stars as the audio equipment was crackly and therefore it was difficult to hear the tour guide at times.
This was a very interesting trip. Our guide was very knowledgeable and we enjoyed his sense of humour. It requires lots of walking and downward stairs. If you’re claustrophobic, don’t go because you won’t like the elevator back up.
Informative tour about the salt mines, but being underground the headset connection was weak so you had to be close to the guide to hear. Our group was large and could not fit everyone in the area she was speaking about so those at the back could not hear. Tour starts with going down 54 flights of stairs and lots of walking so wear good shoes.
Amazing insight to the old salt mining days. Superb sculptures and the church is absolutely magnificent. Did feel like we were being rushed along by our guide at times an extra few minutes at each briefing stop would've been nice but overall the guide was very good. One thing that was annoying was the fact that you are expected to pay 10 zloty if you will d h to take photos. No problem with this but found most weren't paying but still taking lots of photos. Out of our party of around 30 people only 3 of us actually paid the fee but everyone was taking photos! This needs knocking on the head somehow. Otherwise a wonderful day.
A lot of waiting to go into the mine. A bit cheesy. Not worth the money. A full day out and not worth it.
We really enjoyed the salt mines, loved the chapel and carvings, magda was our guide and she was lovely, the only down side was having to wait for 45 minutes for our bus to return surely given that you are dropped off and they know how long the tour takes the bus should be there for you , I would recommend this tour but be warned there are 800 steps and a lot of walking
Very interesting, great pickup and tour guide was fantastic.If in krakow would definitely recommend a visit
Wear some comfie walking shoes for this tour. You will walk down multiple sets of stairs to reach the first level of the mine and continue to walk on uneven surfaces. That being said, the mine is very interesting; it is incredible what can be done with salt! You have to see it to believe it. Definitely worth a visit from Krakow.