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Visitors of the Salt mine Altaussee will entry to the largest active salt mine in Austria. Two slides will take you down into the heart of the mountain at Altaussee on two miners’ slides directly to the subterranean salt lake. With its unique sound...more
A visit to Hallstatt isn’t “worth its salt” without a trip in the cable car up to the still operational salt mine SALZWELTEN. The UNESCO listed view from the platform at the top is a photographers dream. Along the steep incline to the mine (...More
Somehow as husband and I are driving from Salzburg to Filzmoos, we end up here. Kind of the middle of nowhere, but oh boy is scenery beautiful One drives through the extraordinarily beautiful hamlet of Altausee and keeps driving straight, then taking a sharp left,...More
After hearing some-one else say, no, I'm not going there, I only use sea salt, we went there anyhow to learn the tale of the origins of the salt-mines in the ancient mountains of Austria. Graphic explanations, multimedia shows, miners slides and gaining a real...More
As we already visited the Salt mine in Hallstatt and Hallein some years ago, we were very happy to see that this mine offers tours once a week, every Wednesday, even in the winter. We wanted to buy tickets online, but unfortunately their web site...More
We were contemplating between which one to visit, this or Hallstatt. We decided to go to this one instead yesterday as it is less expensive & seems less touristy. We drove there from Ebensee using Google map & it took about an hour through a...More
Like a previous reviewer, I was on the last tour of the day, and the guide had not been told that I was an English speaker. Asking at the desk if the tours were bilingual, I was told yes, and so did not receive an...More