The new, exciting and interesting Berchtesgaden Salt Mine is a huge salt mine formed by the crustal changes in the Alps. It is known as a good place to experience the ancient and mysterious underground world of Germany and Austria. Put on the clothes of a miner before you go in⚒️ and experience the process of salt mining . Elementary school students lined up and sat in a small mine cart to enter the salt mine a few hundred meters away. Take a boat in the underground river, slide wooden ladders, and receive all kinds of knowledge points. Unfortunately, taking pictures in the mine is not allowed. Today is an experience of what it is like to have a mine
The Berchtesgaden Salt Mine is called salzbergwerk. In fact, Salzburg means salt. You can get there by taking 840/836/848 from the bus stop in front of Bay Town Railway Station. The salt mine located underground has a constant temperature of 12 degrees, so even if it is summer, you will wear special clothes to go in, otherwise you will be frozen. First, take an open-top train to get in, then slide down like a kindergarten kid, and then take a boat to row in the dark lake, the lake is bitingly cold. Pay attention to keep up with the big troops, don’t fall behind, because everyone is a small group of individuals, the leader will not count the number of people
The salt mine tour in Berchtesgaden is a very wonderful experience, in the words of the guide, "this will be an impressive itinerary". Put on a special mining suit, during which there are elevators, slides, and boat trips in the salt lake, which is great. It is a pity that it is not allowed to take pictures under the mine.
You have to change into professional miner's clothes to get on the train and slide down the slide. It's very dark and cool below is a very novel experience. The quiet lake under the ground is super salty, and the lights on it are dreamlike. If it's raining outside and there is no way to visit other attractions, just come here
Visited the 100-year-old salt mine in Beizhen this morning, the whole tour route was clear, the display means were multi-dimensional, and finally got a clear understanding of the mining process of rock salt. Unfortunately, no photography. Highlight 1: Taking the slides and slides that workers actually use to run 100 meters deep underground, immersed in the scene, novelty exciting. Highlight 2: Wear the miner's clothes, the kind of jumpsuits that start from the foot up, we're like big bears, firemen or miners. Highlight 3, go anywhere, rub the rocks around, are rich salty flavor. Worth the experience.