27th International Meeting on Probabilistic, Combinatorial and Asymptotic Methods for the Analysis of Algorithms
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Excursions on request (additional payment required):

Wieliczka - Salt Mine 

price 40 € / 1 person
price includes:
transport, entrance ticket to the Salt Mine and English speaking guide attendance in the complex, guide service during  the whole event

* excursion starts in the morning, duration ca 4 h                   
* minimum 5 participants needed to organize the excursion

Wieliczka Salt Mine placed on the First World List of Cultural and Natural Heritage – UNESCO entertains over one million visitors every year. Lakes, traverses, caverns, chapels and the world’s biggest mining museum attract many visitors. St. Kinga’s chapel – the largest salt chapel in the world invites by its unforgettable scenery. Significant is fact that this complex is the only one salt mine in the world, which has been functioning since the Middle Ages. Tourist route extends for 3.5 km, starting at the depth of 64 m and ending at 135 m below the earth surface. It’s a pride of southern Poland and a place of an unforgettable experience. www.kopalnia.pl

NOTE: please take easy shoes for the trip in Salt Mine.
The temperature underground is 16oC

Memorial and Museum Auschwitz – Birkenau

price 40 € / 1 person
price includes:
 transport, entrance ticket to the Museum and Memorial - Auschwitz-Birkenau, 
documentary film’s projection, English speaking guide attendance during the visit in Oswiecim, guide service during the whole excursion.

* excursion starts in the morning, duration ca 8 h                
* minimum 5 participants needed to organize the excursion

In the suburbs of Oświęcim during the Second World War Nazis created the biggest Nazi Concentration Camp. Auschwitz-Birkenau – necropolis, museum and commemorative monument became a meaningful symbol of terror, genocide and Holocaust. This place became the biggest extermination of mankind in the history, where citizens of different races and creeds  lost their life. Scientists estimate the number of victims as ranging from 900 000 to 4,5 million. The Concentration Camp – placed on the UNESCO’s List – has been visited by 25 million people from all over the world. Immense area, primitive barracks and historical collections show the enormity of suffering.