In July and August, you are invited to enjoy open-air concerts by the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine Representative Brass Band. The concerts will take place in St Kinga’s Park, near the Daniłowicz Shaft, at 11:00 a.m. every summer Saturday.
Sport emotions, competition and rivalry, the most outstanding names in the world of cycling – this is what awaits us on August 3rd near the Daniłowicz Shaft. This is where the athletes competing in the Tour de Pologne will set off from to Zakopane in order to overcome the challenges posed by the mountain stage of the race.
Would you like to spend your time in an unusual scenery and at the same time take care of your health? Visit the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine for an overnight stay in the therapeutic microclimate 135 meters underground.
Starting on the 1st of April after the winter break, the graduation tower – a valued and loved place for family walks – will reopen. Come and breathe in some healthy air!
The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine enjoys continuing popularity in the media. Journalists report on underground events, record the news, gather materials for reportages and make documentary films. In 2016, 1155 representatives of the media travelled along the salt routes. The underground was visited by journalists from the press, radio and Internet, as well as bloggers, photographers, and numerous TV crews.
A new tourism record was set again in Małopolska – in 2016 the region was visited by 14.9 million tourists, over a million more compared to 2015. Asked about the most attractive places, tourists picked Krakow, Zakopane and the "Wieliczka” Salt Mine.