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Underground attractions (Caves & Mines)

Main Market Square Underground Museum

The exhibition presents the archaeological excavations which were conducted in the years 2005-2010. The archaeologists got as far as 5 meters below Cracow Main Market Square. Thanks to their work 11 000 exhibits were found. They are connected with door-to-door salt, lead and copper trade and anci...

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka salt mine (13 km from Cracow) is an extender underground city and certainly one of the most interesting touristic objects In Poland. In 1987 it was put down to UNESCO World Heritage List. Every year the mine is visited by over a million tourists from all over the world. The main is no l...

Łokietka Cave

One of the main attractions of a Jurassic region called Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska is Łokietek Cave (Jaskinia Łokietka). The trip from Kraków there takes only about 30 minutes (distance of about 22 km). The cave is located in Ojców National Park and is one of the main attractions as it is avail...

Paradise Cave

Paradise Cave (Jaskinia Raj) is situated 11 km from Kielce. This cave is definitely one of the 2 most interesting ones in Poland as it has various geological cave formations. Do you remember your geography lessons about stalactites, stalagmites, pillars and cave pearls? You will find all of them ...

Bochnia Salt Mine

An underground sidle, travelling with an underground train or an underground boat cruise are just a few attractions of Bochnia. Bochnia hasn’t got such a long tourist tradition as Wieliczka but it is equally interesting. One of the most crucial goods of the mine is healing climate. This is why th...

Kłodawa Salt Mine

Kłodawa mine is utterly different from Wieliczka and Bochnia more well known mines. First of all, it is situated at completely different salt deposit in the central Poland. It came to existence about 200 mln years ago. Kłodawa mine is first of all still operating company. It produces salt for foo...

Mechowo Caves

Mechowo caves are situated in Mechowo village about 60 km from Gdańsk (1 h drive). The caves have electric lights and are available for tourists. Mechowo caves are extremely unique geological objects as they were created in deposits of the last ice sheet that covered north of Poland. The cave has...

Riese Complex Włodarz

Riese is a name of a plan and an underground mine-constriction complex created during the WWII. It is located in Góry Sowie (Awl Mountains) and Książ Castle. The main aim of the project was creation of massive, underground, bombing-proof spaces for Hitler and the most important people in Nazi Ger...

Bear Cave

The Bear Cave (Jaskinia Niedźwiedzia) is the biggest cave in Sudetes. The complex is located by the Kletno village just by a marble quarry. The cave is constantly explored by the speleologists and the new tunnels and chambers are still found. The cave has about 4 km of tunnels at 3 different leve...

Black Trout Drift

Black Trout Drift is located about 30 km from Katowice (45 minutes drive). This place is interesting for tourists as after closure of Tarnogorskie mines, there is an underground labyrinth of excavations, chambers, extraction galleries and draining drifts. The length of this complex is about 150 k...

Silver Mine Tarnowskie Góry

The length of tourist trail is 1740 m and takes place 40 meters below ground surface. Part of the trail is also covered by boats (270 m), which is an additional mine attraction. The temperature in the mine is always 10 Celsius degrees so it is good to have something warm with you. Sightseeing tak...

Guido Coal Mine

Guido coal mine is situated in Zawiercie at 93 3 Maja Street which is about 18 km from Katowice and 96 km from Kraków. In the mine tourists can visit 3 levels: 170 m below ground surface, 320 m and extreme trail 355 m underground. At 320 level we can also visit K8 zone with conference rooms, conc...

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