Not as impressive as the salt mine in Poland but still worth a visit since it is the oldest in the world.
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The tour was a waste of time. Just buy a ticket for funicular. There is still a scenic walk involved and they have informative sign posts very so often (in multiple languages ). The tour wasn't that informative and we spent at least 45 minutes...More
After walking from the funicular railway up the hill to the entrance of the salt mine we were provided with overalls to protect our clothes before heading into the mine. Positives: amazing views on the walk up the hill, incredible viewing platform, interesting and informative...More
We visited here while spending a day in Hallstatt. After taking the funicular part way up, you then walk the rest of the way. I enjoyed the walk and had no issues but those with children or physical issues may have problems as most of...More
Not much good - a lot of the information is in German with subtitles in English and obviously abbreviated. It is expensive but there is no substance to it. The highlight is the slide..... My advice is go to Poland and the “Wieliczka” Salt Mine.
We have been visiting as a large group. We were together with school group of Austrian kids. This made it even more interesting. Lady guide was switching from English to German. Very good guide! Interesting history with animations, movies, nature and slides! Worth seeing for...More