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We visited levels 170 and 320. The whole experience was well worth the time. Our guide was very knowledgeable, easy going to funny. He was happy to answer all our questions. It took more than 3 hours to visit both levels. Make sure to bring comfortable shoes and clothing as a lot of walking is involved in the tour. You... 更多
Phone reservation for tour in level 320 run without problems (anyway you should be able to say some important words like the date, time and which tour you want in polish). I was in group of 5 persons, I participated on a tour in polish language. I had to listen with attention to understand all the words/meaning - also thanks... 更多
The Guido mine hasn't been used for coal extraction for 80 years serving now as a very interactive museum. There are two kinds of pit visits, a short one at 170m below the surface and a longer one at 320m. The visits are noisy, dusty and require a certain fitness and flexibility (walking at very low head height) but they... 更多
Suitable for adults and kids. The 1st level is for kids while the 2nd level is for the older ones. Great way to learn how coal mines work. Had a lot of fun there. One tip: don't wear white outwear (shoes included) when you visit the 2nd level as you'll get dirty.
Discovered this museum whilst searching the internet. Difficult to obtain information about it, being a non polish speaker. We used our guide/driver as a translator, as an English guide was expensive and a bit early for us. (We came over from Krakow.) Also you must book in advance and reserve your places on a tour. The visit is 2 -... 更多
It was a bit difficult to find good information about this mine as a non-Polish-speaker but the mine/museum is very interesting! You have to make a reservation in advance and be lucky your guide speaks English. Booking an English tourguide would cost you around 210 Zloty extra.
They said it is the deepest tourist attraction in Europe (?) Not so important, it is Eiffel tower deep or deeper, but it's an interesting glimpse (up to 2 hrs) at mining life. Of course, it is prepared for tourists, but everything is quite natural and real. We had an excellent guide (in Polish, but he spent some time with... 更多
Have you ever wondered how it was to work in a coal mine in the XIX century or why Australian coal is cheaper than Polish? Visit Guido to find out. Bear in mind: you're gonna get a little bit dirty so no fancy clothes. It's cold down there so forget wearing a t-shirt and flip-flops as well. It's also a... 更多
If you are near by, visiting Guido is a good option. The museum is a good place to get some basic knowledge on how hard coal mining looked like and how it looks like today. Definitely, if you go there take the full tour, both levels are interesting to see.