Explore salt caverns and wartime history on a 6-hour tour from Krakow to Wieliczka Salt Mine and Oskar Schindler's Factory. You’ll go underground on a 2.5-hour tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, then learn the story of a German factory owner who saved more than 1,000 Jewish people during the Second World War. This 6-hour tour includes pickup and drop-off at central Krakow, admission fees, and a guided tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
6-hour combination tour from Krakow
Guided tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine
Tour Oskar Schindler's Factory
Admission fees at both sites included
Pickup and drop-off from centrally-located Krakow hotels
Meet a driver at the Krakow hotel meeting point in the morning, then make the 30-minute to the Wieliczka Salt Mine in a comfortable Mercedes Benz that’s Wi-Fi equipped and climate-controlled.
Upon arrival at the mines, join a guided tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, touring the mine with a guide and a group of up to 35 people. The mines date back to the 13th-century, and Wieliczka is a network of galleries, chapels, and statues shaped from salt.
Following the 2.5-hour guided tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine, continue to Oskar Schindler’s Factory, now a museum dedicated to WWII-era Krakow. With 1.5 hours to visit the museum, take in exhibits about Oskar Schindler, the Jewish community in Krakow, and the ordeal of Nazi occupation. If desired, lunch boxes may be provided upon request at additional cost.
This tour concludes with drop-off at the hotel, or at another location in the Krakow city center.
Reviews by Viator travelers
The salt mines are well worth a...
, Mar 2018
The salt mines are well worth a visit, really fascinating and the tour guide is very informative. Did feel a bit like I was on a school trip at times!!
Schindler museum is very sobering and informative, my only criticism of the tour is that there wasn’t really a tour, and there wasn’t long enough.