Cracow it’s a very attractive Polish city. Attracts to himself a lot of tourists, wanting to get to know the culture and the art of this one of the most historical cities of Poland. Being in Cracow on leave or the trip, it’s impossible to omit a nearby salt mine in the Wieliczka. The Wieliczka for majority of us is known from the history lessons. This historic mine belongs to the most very well-know tourist object in Poland.
Characteristic mining excavations, ancient machines and numerous mine devices and all natural phenomena connected with the structure geological the Podkarpacie salt deposits is touring 800 thousands of tourists not only from Poland but from entire world. A salt mine in the Wieliczka is regarded as the cultural and natural legacy as well as is entered on the list of domestic monuments and the UNESCO. This mine is hiding a lot of interesting nooks which will do on tourists overwhelming impression and will be interesting experience. In order to begin touring this magic place it is necessary at first to cover 300 wooden, winding stairs. Effort connected with covering these stairs isn’t arousing such emotions certainly as the meeting with beautiful monuments of the
.For visitors 3km stretch of attraction is prepared. There are salt caves, beautiful chapels and lakes which are giving here the peculiar climate for this charming place. A Wieliczka it isn’t only a place of touring but also has been serving cultural function for a few years. Numerous concerts and occasional celebration take place here so as marriage ceremonies or weddings. By nooks tourists can admire in large numbers gathered devices and appliances which tracks are carrying of mining works, thanks to which the visitor can feel the effort miners struggled with. Miners of Wieliczka left after themselves a lot of interesting sculptures and salt low relieves which it is absolutely necessary to see with own eyes because are worth it. The trip around the Wieliczka certainly won’t be boring and the time and money certainly won’t be lost.