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Seegrotte Hinterbruhl, Hinterbruhl

Categories: Geologic Formations, Nature & Parks
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  • This is one of the must visit place in the town which is a day trip from Vienna. The place is quite unusual and is a guided tour with a sail in battery driven boat in underwater caves. The temperature...  read more »
  • We stayed in the Vienna Woods and on the road to Vienna by car traveled here alone. Very lucky "stick" to the Russian group. The Council go at the beginning of the group, because: first you go to the grotto, and then descend down the stairs on a boat, but it holds only half of the group. One piece sets sail, another is waiting. To sit down at the beginning of the boats (and get good shots) also need to stand first in the queue.
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  • That was natural because the underground lake, I imagine. Here is a cave dug in mines in gypsum for artificially. There came out, large amounts of groundwater, underground lake. That groundwater level rises rapidly, so are discharged at the pump. During the year-round stable to 9 degrees and wine cellar is the best. During World War II Hitler's Nazis in this fighter was producing would, that lingers. A boat ride in the underground lake, like an amusement park attraction.
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  • Seegrotte, Vienna Austria, #UndergroundLake #UndergroundCave , its always 9 Degrees Celsius underground. The Three Musketeers was filmed here. It was a secret German place to build their WW2 planes which never produced any due to the end of the war
  • Really cool and unexpected attraction close to Vienna. You can walk from Modling Train station to get a feel for the local area. I wish the boat would have stopped on the tour so we could have taken nice photos (it's hard as it is low light). You do have to walk down a 400m tunnel which is only 180cm tall so if your claustrophobic just walk quick... you get into much larger caverns at the end of the tunnel
  • An exciting experience, a travel in time and an unforgetable memory...A must for visitors to Vienna👍
  • Such a cool experience!
  • We visited this underground lake by going on a tour led by Vienna Sightseeing. It is well worth it I think. You have to walk through a long tunnel to get to the lake. The ride around the lake is a short one, but it is definitely a new experience for most people.
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