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Salzwelten Altaussee, Altaussee

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  • 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 ti...  more »
  • If you are in Altaussee on family vacation you should not miss this highlight. The tour takes about an hour and then there's a slide on the old mine chutes. Here, joy comes on for young and old!
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  • We were a large group including children and young people between 8 and 16 years. All were really interesting visit to the mine - guided tour lasts approximately 1.5 hours and is entertaining, venue and the stories of art Manor recovery get under your skin, mood in the mine is adventurous, not cramped by acoustic and lighting. Highlight for all: the multimedia show is awesome! And the slides of course. Total recommended!
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  • Interesting tour into the past, but with little bit few information about WW2 time. All in all, worth to visit.
  • The 'little brother' of the three mines. Very nice history telling and a good guide, who only speaks German by the way! The tour starts every hour. The tour starts and ends with a walk of 700 mtr into the mountain, so good foodwear is a must! We loved it here, the mine is very genuine and gives you the feeling of being a miner off to work. Definitely a visit to remember!
  • With the directions, you should consider some km mountain high needs and the parking lot at the entrance while free being but just not particularly large in Altaussee. We parked on the larger P1, which is approximately 500m below the entrance was. Then €18 per person. Also that once sounds like quite a bit, but you get a lot available - right first is dressed as a miner and then it goes in 1.5 hours deep in the mountain, where the history of the tunnel (including camped here the Nazis looted art) on multimedia edited. And at the end of the big highlight - it goes 2 miner slides down up in an old Concert Hall, which unfortunately today may no longer be used due to the legal situation. I have visited has been the one or the other mine, whether it was salt, coal or iron ore, even a mercury mine, but in the Altaussee salt worlds you get what really. For me predicate worth a visit!
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  • The salt worlds: very interesting, unfortunately my husband was not with, but the thing with the claustrophobic I find somewhat unfounded. There are long 'cellar'-course with place for oncoming traffic (the other force, which goes or back - comes, and: are still the tracks of anno past still inside). The sightseeing areas are large enough. Since short cinema presentations are recorded. So in my opinion of course fear unfounded. There are two slides (on demand you could slip again in the first slide), are well lit and long spout (the second with automatic photo-activation for souvenir). And the toll staged sea not to forget. ***
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  • Very interesting and informative. Beautiful and well-made leadership with multimedia content.
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