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We had visited a lot of places and salt mines in Romania but this one is far the best one.
It is so big, you have a lot of places where to go: tennis playground, basketball, handball, soccer playgrounds, pool tables, ping-pong, kart racing circuit,...More
We went here as a field trip with our kindergarten.
The access is done with some mini buses that drive inside the tunnels and bring you to the entrance.
The Salt Mine is huge and can accommodate a lot of people.
They have a church,...More
Take the time for this visit. All instructions and notices are in Romanian. This may be a minor problem. There was no guidance on the mine, you move as you wish. You stay at any time, and that's good. Warm clothes are needed. The event...More
The salt mine is very big.
Coming here have benefits for your health.
The buses could be cleaner. At least they could do something with the smell from it.
Down you will find a church, a restaurant, a playground for kids, tennis tables, basketball field...More
The view when you arrive is not very modern but more.. Indian style, very communist and poor. But, don’t let you fall for that, the ticket is around 5 EUR. There will come a communist bus to pick you up and will take you to...More
Romania is a beautiful country, but this place is not worth a visit in my opinion. The cost of the ticket is too high for what you get to see, 22 lei for an adult, almost 5euro. The place is more used for entertainment, meaning...More