Views from Hallstatt Skywalk
Hallstatt Village Views
Hallstatt for all Seasons
Salt Mine Shop at Hallstatt
Way to Hallstatt Salt Mine
Hallstatt Salt Mine Ticket Center
Salt Rocks at Hallstatt
Entrance Top of Hallstatt
On this tour you will not only explore one of the most picturesque parts of Austria with Hallstatt and Lake Hallstättersee – the UNESCO Cultural Heritage Committee wrote: “… nature of extraordinary beauty added to scientific import …” but also the oldest salt mine in the world. The spectacular findings even gave a culture and epoch its names.
Return rides on the funicular and salt mines entrance fees not included. (Adult EUR 36/-. ,Child (04- 15 years) EUR 18/-.,). Please note that children younger than 4 years are not admitted to the mines. You will get special protective cloths. Nevertheless, as the temperature is app. 8° C proper shoes and warm clothes are necessary. Salt mine visit not possible on 24th Dec and 31st Dec.
|01st January to 31st December|
|Tour Start||09:00 am|
Important Info a) Additional hours if possible upon request. Extra hours Euro 95,00/h
b) Some of the tours cross the border Austria/Germany. Please take the passport with you, it could be checked.
c) Please inform us in case you want to take a baby with you (necessary for the proper child seat).
You will never forget what many guests have called the most beautiful lake village in the world.
This salt mine is something so unique in the world that you should not miss it. 7,000 years of salt mining: Actually inconceivable but yet possible to experience now due to venturesome pioneers and the work of present-day professionals.
In kilometres of tunnels and chambers a fascinating world displays itself: The places where miners once did their heavy labour. Ancient relics like pine wood torches which miners held in their hands thousands of years ago. The oldest staircase in the world. A salt lake midmost the mine. A Time Spiral covering 7,000 years of mining and the history of the probably most important find: The Mann im Salz (man in the salt), an obviously by salt well-preserved corpse of a man discovered in 1734 by miners.