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All reviews an adventure few hours ping pong worth a visit half an hour interesting place kids and adults during summer health benefits play table tennis wooden staircase entry fee an adult no air conditioning warm clothes interesting experience traditional food
The area of the mine open to the public has been furnished with a variety of amenities and activities, to help those who are spending time in the mine for curative/therapeutic purposes a way to pass the time. So there is a chapel, games areas,...More
A nice place for relaxation and health. For children there is a playground and climbing area. There is also a restaurant with a menu from the local kitchen. For our little girl it was interesting to have lunch in the saline.
The access to the mine is done only with the buses. During weekends and holidays the buses are very crowded with no air conditioning and very small windows. The ride is about 10 minutes.
After the bus ride the access to the mine is done...More
From the ticket counter things started to be bad....expensive.
Once we got in the Saline as 2 adults, we notice that nothing can be done inside there. Were attractions for children and children only (not to mention that were really expensive and empty).
I visited the salt mine with the whole family and all of us came out of the mine feeling stressed and annoyed instead of relaxed.
It was a very bad experience, we queued for more than half an hour to get to the bus to...More
This might be a place where one can improve their health - however it’s a place our family will not visit again!!!
After queuing for a long time to get tickets, we had to queue again to get on a bus for accessing the salt...More