Had a lovely visit to the salt mines on the second day in Hallstatt. The wooden slide in the salt mines was the best and fatanstic part which really worth a visit.
This salt mine, which has a history of more than 7,000 years, is the most famous attraction in Hallstatt. The standard tour route revolves around the fate of the "salt man", a remains of a well-preserved prehistoric miner discovered in 1734.
Take the cable car to the town's most famous salt mine viewing platform, and see the beautiful scenery of the town. But the sky is not beautiful, it starts to rain, and as the cable car rises slowly, the whole picture of the town can only be seen from the fog in the clouds. However, this does not affect our good mood, but also let us appreciate another style. The small town of the small size is backed by the colorful and beautiful Alps, facing the quiet waters of Lake Hallstatt, and it is quieter under the rush of rain.
Continue to climb up the mountain road to the small house in the valley. From here you have direct access to the world's oldest salt mine.
To visit the salt mine, you need to participate in Tour to enter, open from May to October every day 09