Explore the marvelous Krakow, once a royal capital and a hub of historical Polish sites, on an excursion from Wroclaw. Visit the UNESCO listed Wieliczka Salt Mine and discover a one-of-a-kind underground world that was created hundreds of years ago.
An English-speaking driver will pick you up from a pre-arranged meeting point in Wroclaw and will take you by comfortable vehicle firstly to Wieliczka Salt Mine and later to Krakow.
Upon arrival at the Salt Mine, a local guide is provided in English, Spanish, German or French. The Wieliczka Salt Mine dates back to medieval times and has a history of around 9 centuries of salt exploitation. The tourist route through the mine is located 135 meters (443 feet) underground and is accessible by stairs only. Admire this unique place, a must-see during your stay in Krakow. Benefit from the health-boosting special climate and micro-element-filled air in the mine.
Discover the amazing sights in Krakow, like Wawel Castle, Main Square, St. Mary's Church, and the Jewish Quarter on a self-guided tour. Before visiting Krakow you will get all the information and tips about what to see. Krakow is Poland’s second-biggest city and was the former royal capital until 1596. During your sightseeing tour, find out how the city has always been a hub of Polish artistic, cultural, academic, and economic life centering on the largest medieval town square in Europe. Have a long look at the cobbled Main Square (Rynek Główny) along with some other noteworthy landmarks, such as the Cloth Hall and the buildings of the Jagiellonian University, one of the world’s oldest universities. Make your way to the Kazimierz district, the old Jewish quarter. Take in this atmospheric neighborhood, and learn how some scenes from the movie “Schindler’s List” were filmed here. The tour ends with a return to Wroclaw.