Day trip

Bucharest: Salt Mine Entrance Ticket and Transfer

4.7 / 5

52 reviews

Activity provider: Gray Line Romania

Bucharest: Salt Mine Entrance Ticket and Transfer

Activity provider: Gray Line Romania
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From US$ 58.69 per person

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Explore the largest salt mine in Europe on this 7-hour day trip.

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Duration 7 hours
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Driver
English
Pickup included
Pick-up from central meeting point locations

Experience

Highlights
  • Travel 208 meters underground to explore the unique Slanic Prahova Salt Mine
  • Enjoy the purity of the air famous for its healing effects
  • Discover the salt mountain which is one of a kind in Europe
  • Explore the Salt Mine in privacy at your own pace
Full description
This package offers you the opportunity to visit one of the unique and impressive places in Europe, the Slanic Prahova Salt Mine. This mine is a must-see destination for those who are looking for a unique experience and want to learn more about the history of salt exploitation and its biological importance. The mine is an all-season spa resort, famous for its curative mineral waters, and it's one of the biggest in Europe. The mine features a large hall that stands at 70 meters tall, and the circuit runs around the enormous pillar supporting the mine. Inside the Salt Mine, you will find a small history museum that explains the history of salt exploitation and its biological importance. There is also a soccer field and a children's playground that makes the mine a perfect place for families. The mine is also used for various sports events such as athletic competitions and as training ground for sport teams, as well as a sanatorium for the elderly and the sick or as a scenery for the film industry. The activity includes round trip transportation from Bucharest and the entrance ticket to the Slanic Prahova Salt Mine. This package is perfect for those who want to learn more about the history of salt exploitation and its biological importance, while also enjoying a unique and unforgettable experience. Don't miss this opportunity and book your tour now!
Includes
  • Entrance fee to the Slanic Prahova Salt Mine
  • Pick-up from central meeting point locations
  • English-speaking driver
  • Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Free time inside the Salt Mine (approximately 2 hours)
  • Gratuities and other personal expenses

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Important information

Know before you go

  • In the Salt Mine there is a constant temperature of 12 degrees, so you will need to bring warm clothes
  • A minimum of 3 participants is required to organize the tour
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.7 /5

based on 52 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    4.8/5
  • Transportation
    4.6/5
  • Value for money
    4.2/5
  • Safety
    4.5/5

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A fantastic tour. This tour won’t disappoint! We had a fantastic tour guide, Eugen, who was very knowledgeable. He gave us lots of historical and cultural information and was more than happy to answer questions. We enjoyed the stop at the museum of Prahova with a virtual tour of the salt mine. He also offered recommendations of other things to do and to see, and places to go during the tour. Definitely a must when visiting Bucharest and want to spend a day outside the bustling city.

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November 1, 2022

We were four friends and we think it was a super cool experience. And I think everyone should experience it, but remember warm clothes. Ps we had a power outage for 30 min while we were down in the mine In complete darkness that didn't make it any less exciting

September 11, 2022

Nice activity, an average level of English is required, our guide also spoke French, the place as such is impressive but quite short to visit I would say 2 hours maximum with the visit of the small museum, I recommend it if you spend 5-6 days in Bucharest, otherwise there is more interesting to see in historical terms.

September 7, 2022

Product ID: 165983