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All reviews guided tour in advance by foot unesco site great visit excellent tour german tour mineral exhibit interesting place english speaking various types interesting history mining train ore shoes machinery
This was a work outing - found it interesting and very different. The guides had an enthusiasm which was admirable. The tour of the mines are very enjoyable.
The biggest surprise of all was the dinner they managed to conjure up. Food quality was spectacular...More
Easy to visit , fan cafe very relaxed and lovely views of buildings. Warm wi fi and power for charging ph even managed to have a terrific relaxing chat with aus . Good snacks and food good prices clean service friendly too.
We heard that this was fun from my sister, who visited with her family so we went.
We bought tickets for the mine train and my boys were quite excited.
The guide was only on German and really like to hear himself. After a loooong...More
I decided to take „Fire & water guided tour”. Unluckily it was given in german language but very interesting. If somebody decides to visit this place I recommend to call and ask for non german speaking tourist guide.
Sadly we did not know we had to book an English tour in advance and had to take the German tour - we could not speak a word of German. This was disappointing. All the exhibits are in German with not a single exhibit in...More
Its a big authentic minecomplex, but whats in display I found a bit dissapointed, also the stated its in. To really get an idea of how things worked you must take a tour, there are several options. I take the one which explained how the...More
We took the "railway" tour, and there was very little walking involved. No hiking at all. (We were there with very young kids.) You board a train like the one the miners were using (have to bend a bit to get in the wagon), 5... More
We took the "railway" tour, and there was very little walking involved. No hiking at all. (We were there with very young kids.) You board a train like the one the miners were using (have to bend a bit to get in the wagon), 5 min ride, then walk a little inside the mine to see the machinery they used back when the mine was in function. The ground can be damp/wet, so better wear shoes (not sandals). Tour lasted 1 hr, very instructive, unfortunately in German only.