It extends to nine underground levels that reach 327 meters in depth. It includes lakes, more than 2000 rooms and galleries 300 km long, carved on solid volumes of salt.
The Museum is the most important attraction. It is located on the third floor at a depth of 130 meters and houses impressive works of art made of salt made by workers.
The underground cathedral of the blessed Kinga, made of 20,000 tons of solid salt, also stands out. Impressive is the chapel of Agios Antonios, in baroque style, with statues and representations all made of salt.
The tour starts descending 380 steps and at a depth of 64 meters. Guests can see many rooms, underground lakes and salt monuments. They go down to 135 underground and go up by elevator.
April-October 7:30 – 19:30
November-March 8: 00- 17:00 (Until 6 pm for the period 26 / 12- 4/1).
You can dine in the restaurant located 125 meters underground!
* The temperature is constant at 14 degrees all year round. So even in summer, you have to dress in winter !!
* Comfortable shoes are required, as guests descend a total of 800 steps.