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The building was rebuilt while retaining the full original form. At the ground floor there is a space that presents the evolution of salt mining, from the beginnings until today.
At the first level are exposed numerous samples of salt, and multiple information about the...More
The guide was really friendly to allow us even after closure hours. The museum is simple, technical and needs an investment.
Pretty informative and the house that hosts the museum is a very nice historic monument. Try it! It's very cheap also ;)
We chose this one while in Romania because we had to change plans and could not make it to Turda. But i must say i'm really happy it happened this way. I found the place stunning, specious, even magical for me personally, most probably because...More
here you can see the huge power of nature .
creation of salt walls in huge sizes .
a planty of arts designed by salt .
how huge caves of salt could be ?
it is a incrabale -imasing place you must to see when...More
it is in the middle way more or less between Brashov and Bucarest . You come to car parking. Then after buying tickets you take a minibus . after 3 minutes you enter a tunnel with poor lights and continue with minibus for 10 minutes....More
Very interesting stuff about salt and how old is the mine and the first miners was a prison men ho exit to surface just one day per year...and much more information...nice personal and very good informant
We had an amazing time. The mine is huge and very impressing. It is freezing cold inside so dress warmly.
To get there you get on a mini bus by the ticket booth. The drive is short and part of the adventure. The kids loved...More