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The salt mine is located on two levels, the first being arranged as a church. At the second level there are three branches that lead to sites worth visiting - the sports ground, the artificial lake and the ballroom. Artificial lake, which was a place...More
At the entrance, the person who sells tickets warned us that in the mine did not smell too pleasant because of the salt extraction method. The truth is that it smells a little bit ugly, a combination of diesel and naphthalene. The smell doesn't get...More
If you manage to ignore the smell of gasoline , the salt mine offers a unique experience . With it’s many galleries , wide and solemn, it’s a gem hidden inside earth worth exploring. Long corridors, ball rooms, a little lake, even a church, this...More
The industrial exploit started after Ottomans unlawfully ceded a part of Moldavia principality to Austrians after losing a war. There is large parking outside the mine. The entrance implies stairs, but it's decent. The diesel smell takes some part of enjoying the salt, to be...More
I visited this mine in February and had a very enjoyable experience. There were few other visitors to the mine and it sometimes felt like we had the entire mine to ourselves. Seeing the 19th century inscriptions from miners on the walls was very special....More
After dozens of years of traveling and vacations, I discovered this place, very close to our location, a couple of days ago.
Historic place and very interesting to visit.
I will start with a negative point: the smell inside the mine is horrible ! After...More
Frankly, I am not reccomending visiting this salt mine. I have seen several and this one did not impress me at all.
Not much to see inside and the worst is the smell. The petrol used inside is a killer for the senses.
A very intense experience knowing that beneath at 90 meters are working the miners while we are visiting the salt mine. We are able to explore it until 75 meters down in a dark atmosphere and a petroleum smell.
It is a must see experience...More
Whilst in the area we noticed the signs for the salt mine and took the opportunity to visit. On arrival he main entrance was not manned, although the doors were open and all the lights were on. We persevered and passed down the steps into...More