Krakow Balice and Katowice Pyrzowice are two of the most significant airports in Poland.
Just Wroclaw, Gdansk, and obviously Warsaw are more significant. Continue reading
The famous tourist lane in Wieliczka Salt Mine is the well-organized tract for tourists who would like to admire the past of Polish mining. In spite of the fact that the lenght of the entire salt mine is around 300 kilometers, guests are normally shown around 3,5 km of diversified, engrossing spots as well as attractions inside 65-135 meters beneath the ground-surface. Continue reading
This tallest mountain chain in the Carpathian Mountains is situated along Polish-Slovak boundary. Its tallest peak in Slovak Republic, Gerlach, is 2655 meters tall and Rysy in Poland reach 2499 meters height. The total mountain chain runs approximately fifty kilometers. Continue reading
The Auschwitz Birkenau extinction camp is considered by many people as the big indication of the mass murder because it is often mentioned when talking about the largest and also most famous extinction camps amid the whole Europe. The concentration camp was working from 1940 till 1945 soon after Poland was annexed by the Nazi Germans and then right away became the key aim of large death of firstly Jews. Other fatalities came from Republic of Poland, Soviet Republic but also plenty of different locations. Continue reading
Consequently, Wieliczka may be considered as a place of heritage to the workers, their families and other people somehow connected with that enterprise. Continue reading
The Crystal Caves Nature Reserve is placed in the attractive Wieliczka Salt Mine which is considered to be one of the largest and most original excavations among Europe. This unique exhibition is situated 70-114 meters below the surface. The presentation offers principally the stunning parts of halite crystals. Continue reading
The formal name of the Krakow’s airport is Krakow Airport im. Jana Pawla II. It is an international airport that is situated eleven km to the west from the downtown of Krakow. The company called Miadzynarodowy Port Lotniczy im. Jana Pawła II Krakow – Balice sp. z. o.o. is a current administrator of the object. Continue reading