Ainda no 5° dia no período da tarde fomos visitar uns dos outros lugares mais incríveis que já conheci. Um dos primeiros patrimônios da lista da UNESCO, uma mina de sal a 130 metros de profundidade com muitas salas e túneis de sal que contam a história da retirada do sal. #polonia 🇵🇱 #polonia #krakow #cracovia #eurotrip #wieliczkasaltmine
Visite souterraine des mines de sel de Wieliczka. Un impressionnant dédale dont la partie ouverte aux visiteurs se trouve à 100 mètres sous terre. On s’y rend en descendant plus de 900 marches et on remonte à la surface en ascenseur 😅. Là-dessous, on trouve des galeries destinées à l’exploitation et au transport de la ressource, un restaurant, des statues (en 🧂), chapelles, et même une grande église où sont encore célébrés des mariages. Si vous passez par Cracovie, ne manquez pas ce bijou !
The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the oldest operating mines in the world - having been used from the 13th century until 2007 as a salt mine. It has no natural tunnels or caves and so the entire 287 kilometres of tunnels which are up to 327 metres deep was all dug by hand over the centuries. All of the statues inside are carved from the salt, including a full size cathedral which is still used!
1 4420 August, 2019
De quando a gente dançou 54 andares abaixo da terra.
• Europe journey 🚙 •
Attention! Flood of pictures are coming in these days!
And it was really hard to choose between the pictures i took- so i picked my favourite places/sights.
It have been a tyring few days but in a good way. We started on 13.08. and went through many beautiful countries by car - unfortunately we couldn't stop all places for a long time just for a coffe or food. We went through Slovakia; it has breath taking environment!
Krakow was our first longer stop and i was amazed by the Old Town. I wanted to go there for a looong-long time. My dream came true. I met wonderful people in Poland, tasted the best beers (of course), laughed and ate a lot, wondered by like a real tourist.
We stayed at Wieliczka for a night so OF COURSE we had to visit the salt mines and i tell you that's totally worth a trip! Just go on the miners way - it's much more interesting than the tourist path. On the last pic, you can see a chandelier made of salt.
Then our next stop was Warsaw - had a good time too.
You don't recognize how big a country is until you travel through it 😂 but if you're weird as fuck and your friend's too...strange things could happen. And happened. We were tired and crazy, drinking coffe all the time we had a chance, singing and growling like animals, behaving like...well really mad and it was just 3 days. Then Riga came...and i fell in love.