Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest of the Nazi concentration camps, then explore the stunning Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of the world's oldest,…
Visit the memorial site at Auschwitz before exploring the fascinating Wieliczka Salt Mine with your English-speaking tour guide.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Wawel Castle, the Royal Chamber, and Wawel Cathedral. Upgrade to visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine, which includes a…
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What people are saying about Wieliczka Salt Mine
Doing both Auschwitz & Salt Mine Tour makes for a long, yet maximally utilised day. The lunch box is great though you only receive it at lunch time and can't snack on anything before. Consider taking something small for the drive/tea time or asking for the lunch box earlier (drivers are very accommodating). In April 2019 our lunch box included 1 bottle of water, 2 fruit, 2 savoury and 2 sweet items which proved to be ample. Due to the limited time and long queues at Auschwitz-Birkenau, making use of the restroom is almost impossible. Additionally, one has to pay 2 Polish złoty to do so - everywhere! Instead, our driver, Peter, was kind enough to stop at a filling station at our request to make use of the restroom (after completing the entire Auschwitz part of the tour) before returning to Krakow. From Krakow, the journey to the Salt Mine starts - the entire experience here is mesmerising! Also, the restrooms are free of charge. Wear good shoes for ample walking. Overall -great day!
The lunch itself was awesome but arrangements to keep it chilled are dictated. Clearer insight into timing of break and sun screen, shade umbrella or hat and the size of what can be carried on site should go with the final booking confirmation on the bus is too late.All staff involved were exceptional!
Would recommend Auschwitz but not Salt mine which is too long and too touristic, you don't get the feeling of the work in the mine just wondowdressing too fool tourists to buy souvenirs.
The transmitters for the headsets needs to be tweaked, so the people at the back of the line receive a clear signal all the time. We received a lot of static.
A very well-organized activity, with a good English speaking tour guide. She was very knowledgable and could provide us with many details about Auschwitz.