The oldest salt mine in the world has a history of more than 7,000 years. The tour guide took us into the salt mine. The walls were full of salt crystals along the way, which seemed more shiny under the dim light. Explain the formation of salt mines, how to mine and transport salt.
Was discovered there in 2000 BC, the end of the necessities of human life, the salt mountain, in order to dig the salt mine, the celtics come here to live, for thousands of years, to cling to steep slopes and lakes in the limited space between generation, bit by bit, difficult to create the town today, also formed a unique effect,
Salt town refuse the halfway up the hill there is a hole, it has a history of nearly 900, is still in normal operation and be open to tourists "mining" in the world. After arriving at the cable car station can take the cable car to, visible to a restaurant, then climb up 15 minutes or so will see the salt pit, to put "clothes" miners, after the train again into the hole. After you get off, walk into a bizarre twists and turns, deep tunnel, due to the deep underground mine, so even from a slide to slide, very exciting. Mine, a movie theater the salt pit history and the process of mining, let visitors to deepen the understanding of the salt caverns; There is an underground salt lake, the level as a mirror, there are stalactites are extended near surface, exquisite beauty. In addition, visitors can also see the original salt mine workers'' dormitory "house of the salt miner" revealed in excavated, clothes and tools of the museum of mining rock salt.
The Hallstatt Salt Mine Tour is super recommended! Originally, I was here to see the scenery, so I stopped by to visit the salt mine and didn't expect much. After driving up the mountain, the beautiful scenery is unobstructed. Climb another mountain road to reach the salt mine. The group will enter on the hour. We happened to meet the school organizing pupils to visit. All men and horses are dressed in miners' clothes, available in three colors. After entering the salt mine, a wonderful journey began, high-tech, light show, although the language is not fluent, but seeing the guide is very serious to the children. There are two exciting slides inside. Lively, interesting, and entertaining. I also gave a bottle of salt. It was an unexpected happy trip. Super recommended.
Traveling to Hallstatt, in addition to the famous Hallstatt postcard location and town, there is another place worth exploring, the Hallstatt Salt Mine. This trip is almost the same, it takes half a day. First of all, at the ticket office, they are going to gather tourists in batches, so when the tourists are almost concentrated, we take the cable car up the mountain, and then climb a section of the mountain road to reach the mouth of the salt mine. First of all, there will be an exhibition room, exhibiting the mining history and mining technology of the Hallstatt Salt Mine. Then, we changed into the miner’s clothing and led by the guide into the mine. There are many mines here, and the lighting and sound facilities make this boring mine more vivid and colorful. Through this visit, you can have a deeper understanding of the mining history of Hallstatt, the process of salt mine formation, and the knowledge is full.