Bochnia is one of the oldest towns in Lesser Poland Lowland in southern Poland, situated around 40 kilometres southeast of Kraków. The major attraction is the oldest functioning salt mine in Europe (since the middle of 13th century, although it's being closed now, except for the historic part still open for touristic reasons). Old town has still magic atmosphere.
Trains to and from Krakow leave every hour and cost around 10 PLN (depending on the kind of train).
There are few hotels in and around Bochnia