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Fiszera Street 34, Krakow, Southern Poland, 31-321, Poland
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Salt Mine visit - access for disabled.

by gaboronegal

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to take a lift down to the mine? I have read that there is a lift at the end of the visit but can this be used if someone can't manage the stairs?

Re: Salt Mine visit - access for disabled.

by lorelle33

It is probably possible if you ask, but you should know that there are a lot of stairs inside the actual mine. It keeps going up and down, some flights of stairs are pretty long. There might be a special visit for the disabled though, I don't know...

Re: Salt Mine visit - access for disabled.

by elagajda

For sure it's possible !! Before going down u should tell that u can't go down by stairs and for free u could use lift. Sometimes they want 240zl for going down by lift but if u are sick or have something wrong with legs u could use it for free !!

Travel Tips for Krakow

Krakow is a place full of...

by sphynxxs

Krakow is a place full of magic. you can feel it when you stroll around the old city centre. Krakowians are very proud of their city and call it the 'secret capital'. Well, Warsaw may be the place for power, politics and money, Krakow is the place of esprit, culture and music ! Walking across the old town early in the morning, when the tourists haven´t appeared yet and the shops haven´t opened. It´s like you find yourself in another, earlier century

The Pope

by tini58de

Karol Wojtyla - the future Pope John Paul II was the Archbishop of Krakow before he was elected Pope. So it is quite understandable that you will find many things commemorating his being bishop here and being an outstanding Polish celebrity.

Some examples:

the name of the airport is Pope John Paul II airport, you find shops with souvenirs showing Pope John Paul II or you will find an interesting little exhibition and statue at the Archbishop's residence.

OLD PEOPLE SELLING FLOWERS

by DAO


Across Krakow you will see old people, mostly ladies, selling flowers. Please spare a thought for these nice folks. They worked hard for decades under communist rule for probably a few dollars a month. Needless to say, the defunct communist authorities did not leave them a pension. They sell small bunches for around $1-2. It a nice way to brighten anyone’s day and it helps them. The best thing is that the flowers are also fresh and beautiful. Before you go looking for expensive flowers in the main square, have a look around some of the small parks and buy much cheaper from these nice folks.

What do the USA presidents eat?

by matcrazy1

Do you remember when USA president George W. Bush almost died after choking with pretzel. It surely wasn't famous Krakow pretzel.

Local people sent to Mr President a box of Krakow pretzels to avoid such accidents in the future that time :-))) Hmm... no way - everyone can choke with Krakow pretzel as well (tested :-). Btw one pretzel costs 1 zloty.

Wadowice

by toonsarah

On our Saturday excursion out of Krakow we stopped briefly in the small town of Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John II. Of course when he was born here in 1920 he was not John Paul II but simple Karol Josef Wojtyla, the second son of Emilia and Karol Wojtyla. He lived here for the first 18 years of his life, at first with both parents and then, after his mother’s death in 1929, alone with his father until 1938 when he enrolled at Krakow University and both he and his father moved to the city.

The small first floor apartment where they lived is now a museum. You can see numerous photos from his life (mainly focusing on the period until he became Pope, i.e. his life in Krakow), manuscripts, various family possessions and a few pieces of furniture. Entry is free but you are asked to make a donation. No photography is allowed inside and disappointingly I didn’t find any postcards showing the interior for sale – only the exterior which of course I could photograph for myself.

Outside a row of stalls sells religious objects such as statues and rosaries, as well as children’s toys and other souvenirs. We also bought some of the traditional Polish smoked cheese, made and sold by a local woman. I found it tasty at first but too salty to eat much of, although a cold beer to accompany it might have made it seem more palatable!

Back in the main square you can visit the church, the Virgin Mary's Offertory, built in the 15th century and rebuilt in the 18th. Nearby stands a statue of John Paul II.

Directions: To get to the apartment follow the path to the right of the church and turn right.

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