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Off the beaten track Wieliczka

For centuries, the white gold that was dug in the Wieliczka salt mine was a source of prosperity and wealth. DMC agencies in Krakow will organise various programmes tailored to your needs. We particularly recommend seeing the tunnels that are inaccessible to tourists. Exploring the mine starts 164 metres below ground, followed by two hours of walking through mining tunnels, intertwining large and small caves that have been predominantly transformed into chapels. The largest hall even plays host to concerts. Visiting the underground mine is, in our opinion, a must for curious incentive groups.

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Did you know that the mine is so huge that you can visit only 2% of the salt labyrinth?

Throughout history, the way of thinking about the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine has changed from an industrial plant to a world-famous tourist attraction, a place of unusual events and a health resort. The salt underground is visited every year by nearly 2 million visitors from all over the world. Today, the most important goal set by the miners working here is to preserve for future generations and the monument accessible to the history and culture of the Polish nation, a unique monument to the world’s natural and technical heritage and a place of worship.

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Underground Event Halls

The uniqueness of the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine attracts numerous events each year. That’s why meeting planners have organised hundreds of different events organised. Thus, The charming underbelly of the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is the perfect setting for a conference or an intimate meeting with friends.

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GET IN TOUCH

Wieliczka Salt Mine
ul. Daniłowicza 10
Wieliczka, Poland

T: +48 12 278 73 72
E: imprezy@kopalnia.pl
W: https://www.wieliczka-saltmine.com/