Another salt mine ,now on the territory of Salzburg.
Website: The salt mine Hallein Address: Salzwelten Bad Dürrnberg, Ramsaustraße 3, 5422 Bad Dürrnberg Austria do not forget about the vignette, you will have to ride through Austria. From Bad Reichenhall 28 minutes (32 km).
Working time and the ticket's price:
|25.12. - 05.01.2020||Daily evening excursions at 5 and 7 o'clock in the evening.|
|06.01. - 27.03.2020||Evening excursion every Wednesday at 5 o'clock in the evening.|
|28.03. - 26.10.2020||
From 9 o'clock in the morning until 4 o'clock in the evening, every hour+ evening excursion every Wednesday at 5 o'clock in the evening.
|* The start of the last tour|
Attention!!! The ticket allows to visit the Celtic village Salina and the Celtic museum in Alain FREE! So at the end of observation don't throw the tickets away. Tickets for adults 19,00 euros, for children from 4 to 15 years - 09,50 euros (children under 4 years are not allowed to the cave), family tickets: 2 adults and 1 child - 44 euros, 2 adults and 2 children - 48,50 euros. There are discounts ,you can check them at the box offices or online.
I haven't looked at the cave myself yet, BUT... after reading the site and looking at the prospectus, I decided that I would definitely get into it on my next trip. Why?
First of all, there is already an experience of visiting such museums (the mine in Barchtesgaden), and the experience is positive, the tour was very interesting. Secondly, judging by the photo, the roller coaster rides here are no less interesting than in Berchtesgaden, and the child really liked it, asked for more, but why watch the same thing for the third time? Third, they promise an interesting halogen/laser show, which is always interesting to see, and the Celtic village, which is located nearby, is a very interesting event