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Turda Salt Mine, Turda
Categories: History Museums, Mines, Museums, Tourist Spots
Board a panoramic wheel and observe the 1,000-year-old stalagmites, or row across a small underground lake at Turda Salt Mine. Romans began unearthing this huge underground mine in the 2nd century. It was closed in 1932 and reopened for tourists in 1992. Old mining machines take visitors through its massive halls, and the textured salt caves also house spa equipment for halotherapy. The pressure and dampness of the caves help in the treatment of asthma and allergies. The mine also features a family entertainment area with ping pong tables and bowling lanes, an echo chamber, a crystal hall, and a 50 m (164 ft) wide and 80 m (262 ft) long hall. Put Turda Salt Mine at the forefront of your travel plans using our Turda vacation builder.
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5euros, ça ne vaut pas plus. A faire si vous passez devant mais ne faites pas in détour pour cela. 1euro de parking.5 euros, it is no more. Do if you pass but do not in detour for this. 1 euro for parking.show original
Very different and unique place we found! The view from the lift is overwhelming. You can do different activities inside the mine ( mini-golf , bowling) We just visited the mine and went into the boat... read more »
loved it here but you need to be fit its 13 floors down with one small lift. lots of things to do when you get down bowling, table tennis or a boat trip on the lake. stall selling souveners if your ne... read more »
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