Trip from Wroclaw - Copernicus Airport
to Zakopane

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Departure from Wroclaw - Copernicus Airport
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Estimated arrival to Zakopane
13:13h

Trip duration: 253min

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Departure from Wroclaw - Copernicus Airport
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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.

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Auschwitz Memorial
Poland

135 min

Millions of people visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum to pay their respects to those who died here. Auschwitz represents the worst horrors of WWII... as the largest mass murder in a single location in human history. This memorial site, consisting of Auschwitz I (the original concentration camp), Auschwitz II–Birkenau (a combination concentration-extermination camp), is today a symbol of genocide and horror and a historical site to experience a part of history that should never be forgotten.

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Krakow
Poland

135 min

Krakov is one of those European cities whose list of attractions is just too long to be written in one short description. Its beauty however... can be described as simply as – incredible. Krakow’s architecture is a delightful mixture of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles that is beautifully preserved given that the city was miraculously almost untouched by the Second World War. In terms of history and culture Krakow has so much to offer – from the endless list of churches, including the Church of St. Wojciech, one of the oldest stone churches in Poland, numerous museums out of which Cracow Underground Museum should be specially mentioned, than one of the largest medieval squares in Europe, surrounded by trendy restaurants and pubs and the Gothic St. Mary’s Basilica, to a medieval Wawel Castle composed of richly fitted residential buildings, art galleries, churches and defensive towers. For more info about this splendid castle and visiting times please go to: http://www.wawel.krakow.pl/en/index.php?op=40

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Moszna Castle
Poland

75 min

The grandeur of the Moszna Castle could be firstly perceived through numbers: the castle has 365 rooms; it occupies a total floor-space of 7,000 square... meters; and 99 turrets and spires adorn this spectacular structure. Moszna Castle is characterized by an eclectic style – central section is reconstructed in baroque style, eastern wing is neo-Gothic, while the western is neo-Renaissance; all this being the result of different owners at different times. The beauty of this castle is in a harmonious symbiosis with the park that surrounds it. The vast park has no boundaries but it actually nicely extends into nearby fields, meadows and forest.

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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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Gliwice Radio Station Museum
Poland

105 min

Gliwice Radio Tower or “the Silesian Eiffel Tower” stands at 118 meters tall and is said to be the highest wooden structure in all of... Europe. Even though the structure itself is impressive, the real importance lies in its historic role. On August 31, in 1939, the Germans staged a fake Polish attack on Gleiwitz radio station and this was later used as justification for invading Poland. It is today the only remaining wooden radio tower built before World War II and it features museum where visitors can learn all about radio history.