BOCHNIA SALT MINE: GUIDED TOUR

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Duration
5-6 hours
Location
Pick-up and drop off at your accommodation in Krakow
Kraków
Małopolska
Poland
Price Students
€60 EUR
Currency
EUR
Tour Type
Adventure Tour, Guided Tour
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The Bochnia Salt Mine is the oldest Polish mine in which rock salt started to be exploited. It reaches back to the year 1248. After nearly eight centuries of exploitation the mine resembles an extraordinary underground city and delights visitors with unique workings, rock-hewn chapels and original sculptures. Another attraction is a chance to see the old devices and machinery which was used in salt excavation in the past.

In addition to the underground tourist route, you can also enjoy a boat trip on the underground salt lake, go down a special wooden slide, get on the underground railway, dance in a disco or take part in some sports games.

It is also possible to get accommodation in a spacious chamber over 200 metres underground. The conditions are rather basic but this also what gives it a strong appeal.

It is possible to combine the tour of Bochnia with a tour of Wieliczka salt mine, as well as with a trip to Niepolomice. Please contact us for more details.

Price includes: transport, admission fees, guide service, audioguide (for individual tourists).
Price does not include: additional attractions, such as the boat/railway trip, the slide, accommodation.

THE NEW UNDRGOUND MULTIMEDIA ROUTE !!!
Tourists are offered access to the world's only Underground Multimedia Exhibition, which turns the underground tour in Bochnia into a time travel ranging from the Middle Ages to present day. Before this happens, however, visitors are offered a train ride 200m below ground.

During the tour, the guide's tale is assisted by Polish kings, Genoese merchants and the spirit of Cysters – a monk. With the use of modern multimedia technology, the development of mining techniques throughout the ages is presented, as well as mining professions and underground elements, with which the working miners had to cope.


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