We invite you to celebrate the social dinner in the unique Wieliczka Salt Mine on 31 August.
The “Wieliczka” Salt Mine is one of the most valuable monuments of material and spiritual culture in Poland. Each year it is visited by more than one million tourists from all over the world. It is also a world class monument, featuring among twelve objects on the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
For literally hundreds of years, tourists all over the world have enjoyed the underground wonders of Wieliczka’s Salt Mine and that is why we have also planned for you breath-taking tour along ancient chambers and chapels in which almost everything around is made from rock salt, including the tiled floors, chandeliers, sculptures and stringy stalactites that hang down.
Be prepared to do some walking (bring extra comfortable shoes) and bear in mind that the mine is a constant 15 degrees Centigrade. If you want to endear yourself to the guides, memorise the wonderful words Szczęść Boże (shtench boes-yuh); this essential, unpronounceable bit of miner’s lingo effectively means ‘God be with you’ and substitutes for Dzień dobry (‘hello’) when underground. Then 125 meters underground you will enjoy your social dinner as well as 1 hour tour.
The ticket for this “not-to-be-missed” evening include:
- entrance fees to the Wieliczka Salt Mine
- The 3 course meal
- 2 glasses of wine
- 1 hour guided tour
- transport to Wieliczka and back to Kraków
During the dinner ENoLL will formally introduce the 11th wave to the ENoLL community and present the award for Best Living Lab Project.
Registration for the Social Dinner will open with conference registrations.