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salt mines

by papworth

is there a lift to exit the salt mines from all levals please?

Re: salt mines

by kathymof

There is a lift at the beginning and end - there are some internal steps that I do not believe have lifts. It is actually a very interesting place to visit.

Re: salt mines

by Laura_Mexico

Kathy is right. You can only enter the mines with a guide who is responsible for a group of people and will lead you on your way through the mines. I don't recall having used a lift at the beginning, I must say, but I perfectly remember having used a lift at the end to exit the mines (which was pretty small by the way). However, all of the tour is made by foot and there are no lifts between levels that I know of, neither is there a lift that you can take in the middle of the tour to go out: you must reach the very end of the journey to take the lift that takes you from under the ground to the surface so you can exit the place.

Travel Tips for Krakow

Birds of Krakow

by matcrazy1

Do you remember movie "Birds"?
They are in Krakow: its birds - hundreds, thousands of pigeons - smaller and bigger. They love eastern side of Main Market Square especially (me too :-).
They love to... read in my Warnings Or Dangers tips :-)))


by LoriPori

Constructed in Baroque style between 1596 - 1616, the CHURCH OF STS. PETER AND PAUL was founded by the Jesuit order during the reign of King Zygmunt III Waza.
Located on Grodzka Street, the entrance is decorated with sculptures of the twelve apostles. I thought it was the most beautiful Church in Krakow as the entrance was just spectacular.
It has one nave surrounded by a number of beautiful chapels. The wonderful interior contains a late Baroque main altar (circa 1735). Most of the decorations are from the first half of the XVIII century. The crypt contains the remains of the Polish pries Piotr Skarga, a famous 17th century Jesuit preacher.
Mass times:
Sunday - 8:00 9:30 11:00 a.m. 12:30 6:00 p.m.
Weekdays - 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
Church is open to the Public Monday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Sundays and Holidays 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Also Sts. Peter and Paul has venues for classical music such as from Bach - Brahms - Vivaldi - Chopin
Tickets are 50 zl regular/30 zl Students and can be purchased inside the Church or Tourist Information Center.

Krakow's Most Boring Job

by Kathrin_E

Obviously shops are not allowed to put up sings with advertisiements on the pavement in the street. The solution is easy: have a mobile sign and a person holding it. This job is easy and does not require any skills, but it must be the most boring profession in town. You see those guys reading, writing, talking on the phone or dozing off in a folding chair while one hand holds the sign.

Make a friend :-)

by matcrazy1

It's easy to make new friends in Krakow. Look at my picture: whose head and hand is there? Of two common citizens of Texas, I suppose: a very sympathetic and smiling woman (hand) and a well-bred horse (head).

Two refugees from Texas? Welcome in free city of Krakow :-))). Hmm... one refugee was kidnapped and temporarily arrested in Tychy.

Btw the woman was called Kathy (Kodi01), a horse? - any ideas?

Basilica of st Francis

by christine.j

While tourists are lining up to see St Mary's Church, just a few hundred meters away there is another church, also very special and hardly any tourists in it.St Francis Basilica shows very interesting windows - one of God creating earth - and also lots and lots of flowers on the walls, unusual for a church. it's pretty dark in the church, but for one or two Zloty you can turn on a light, to have a better view of the paintings.


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