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Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour & Krakow Vodka Factory Museum Guided Experience with Tasting

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The legendary Wieliczka Salt Mine and a trip to the unique Vodka Factory Museum

Full of unique beauty and active continuously since the Middle Ages – the historic Wieliczka Salt Mine is visited by tourists every day, showing the most amazing works of art sculpted throughout the many centuries of laborious miners’ work. The underground Wieliczka Salt Mine boasts kilometers of walkways and ramps, magnificent chambers, lakes and breathtaking salt statues. Modern technology can also be found along the route to educate those eager to learn more about the Mine. The smell of salt wafting through the air, therapeutic microclimate, impressive chambers, wooden structures and perfection to the tiniest detail – the charms of the Tourist Route attract and enrapture over one million visitors travelling every year from different parts of the world.

The tour starts at the Danilowicz Shaft. Here, the visitors will meet their guide, who will tell them everything they want to know about the history and secrets of the Mine. The tourists will descend the 380 stairs to the first level of the Mine situated 64 meters underground. The entire route consists of some 800 stairs please remember to take comfortable clothes and footwear.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine was one of the first among 12 sites from all around the world to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the most frequently visited tourist sites in the world!

Vodka Factory Museum is located in the historic premises of Kraków’s No. 11 brand vodka factory, which was built in the 1930s and operated until 2010.

Fabulous in design, this interactive, multimedia museum and its elegant accompanying Art-Deco cocktail bar are located on level -1 of the brand-new Fabryczna City complex.

The Museum consists of seven thematic rooms and at the same time seven narratives, which include, among others: a presentation of the medieval apparatus for distilling vodka, a feast in a nobleman’s manor, a revolution in distilling with a 19th-century industrial apparatus for the production of vodka, a bar from the period of the Second Polish Republic, square in front of the Vodka Factory No. 11 from the 1930s with a railway siding, an agricultural steam distillery showing a complete technological line, a bottling and loading room for finished products from the 1970s, vodka from the times of the People’s Republic of Poland, Polmos vodka factory until 2010. See the original factory, learn about the distilling process and the unique history of the Polish national spirit, and taste vodka made from the original recipe.

After the guided tour is completed you will have a tasting at the bar and then you can decide whether you wish to stay in the complex or make your own way back to the Center.

Wish to have a private tour, hire private transportation, or choose another language or pick-up time? Need a quote for your group? Contact us at [email protected] or at +48 506 379 678