Trip from Krakow - John Paul II International Airport
to Eger

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Departure from Krakow - John Paul II International Airport
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Estimated arrival to Eger
14:36h

Trip duration: 336min

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Departure from Krakow - John Paul II International Airport
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Ochtinska Cave
Slovakia

75 min

It takes only 30-45 minutes to explore this unique nature’s wonder, so Ochtinska Cave is an ideal detour and stop-off to see one-of-a-kind aragonite decorations.... Listed as an UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, Ochtinska Cave is widely recognized as truly astonishing site where visitors may marvel the crystallized aragonite, like the rare white star-shaped crystals that randomly hang from the roof of each cave. The Milky Way Hall is the most breathtaking part of the cave where the ceiling is covered with white bunches of aragonite, which resembles the starry night sky. The oldest aragonite in the cave is 138 thousand years old!

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Baradla Cave
Hungary

90 min

You’re in for a very exciting and awe-inspiring experience! Not only is Baradla Cave huge (it even has a chamber called the Concert Hall!), but... the color palette that you will see inside is simply exhilarating. Due to its length, activity and richness in cave formations, the Baradla Cave will leave you speechless. Especially the Hall of Giants which is 125 m long and 55 m wide which provides, with its stalactites and amazing colors, an incredible atmosphere.

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Zdiar
Slovakia

75 min

Anyone trying to escape the frenetic and demanding life of big cities should wind down for a while at Zdiar. It is a relaxed and... laid back little village, perfect for hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter. It is equally charming covered in snow or in full summer blossom. The village was founded at the beginning of the 17th century when it had 794 inhabitants, mostly farmers, shepherds, and miners. Today it counts merely 1300 residents that live in the traditional wooden homes and are also involved in tourism. For a piece of culture and history you should visit the folk museum with traditional folk costumes and for a more special experience you may also participate in traditional wedding ceremony wearing the real folk costume.

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Kalwaria Zebrzydowska
Poland

75 min

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is Poland’s first pilgrimage park established at the beginning of the 17th century. A series of over 40 Baroque churches and chapels, dedicated... to the Passion of Jesus Christ and the life of the Virgin Mary, are built in a beautiful natural landscape. The creator of this outstanding sanctuary was Mikołaj Zebrzydowski, the Voivode of Kraków, who had the idea to create a copy of Jerusalem. The central point is point is the marvelous Baroque St. Mary's Basilica. The site is not interesting only for pilgrims because its values well exceed religious significance with the richness and variety of architectural designs and the unison between nature and man-made wonders.

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Zakopane
Poland

105 min

The town of Zakopane is characterized by splendid natural scenery, hiking trails, and rich culture. It is also regarded as the winter capital of Poland.... Being located near the Tatra National Park it is the ideal base point for hiking in summer and skiing in winter. Apart from enjoying in the immaculate landscapes, Zakopane has a long tourist tradition that started from the end of the 18th century. Thus, the town itself has many restaurants and shops dotted on Krupowski street, the main pedestrian zone of Zakopane. This lovely little town has also nine local museums; the most notable one is the The Tatra Museum, several art galleries, cinema and a theater. The main Zakopane attraction is its cable car that takes visitors to Mount Kasprowy from where they can enjoy fantastic views on Tatra mountains.

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Wieliczka Salt Mine
Poland

195 min

Step into the magical underground place where you will find a labyrinth of tunnels, wonderful sculptures and three chapels with altarpieces among which the chapel... of Saint Kinga is one of the greatest wonders of Poland. It was built by the miners and literally every part, from chandeliers to altarpieces, is made of salt, even the floor. Other wonders of this fantastic place are the salt lake, whose water contains 320 g of salt per liter, a spa and wellness center. The spa is said to be excellent for treating respiratory illnesses due to the atmosphere inside. The Wieliczka Salt Mine is the only site in the world where mining has been continued since the Middle Ages and as such it represents the embodiment of technological human progress.