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We planned this visit during a rainy day , we were able to book the latest mine tour, in German. The ticket office offered us an app where we could listen the mine history in our language, furthermore a brochure was given us with a...More
Unfortunately the tour only has German-speaking guides. They do offer English 'headset' for some portions, but it nonetheless feels like you are not getting the full experience. The actual tour is quite fast-paced, moving from one spot to another. The only way to visit the...More
We are glad that the mines wherever they are have been preserved so that the public can have an insight of how a mine looks like inside. Also the presentation was super informative and the figures well done. The 17 euros pp...ok.
Going down the silver mine for a tour is an interesting experience for children and adults and gives some insight into a bit of history of the area. Not recommended for the claustrophobic, though!
Parking was available. There is also a good lunch place opposite...More
Esperienza immersiva fatta molto bene nella vita della miniera che produceva l'85% di rame e argento del mondo del 14° E 15° secolo. A super immersion in the technology developed and used in medieval age. A well done job to Stefan that was our guide...More
We used a day-off from skiing to visit the surrounding area and "stumbled" across this mine. i was a bit sceptical but it was fantastic. the size of the mine is mind-blowing. one travels into the mine on a small train (actually not sure what...More
Traveling in November (from Mittenwald to Hallstatt, this was an interesting stop an hour from Mittenwald), we took advantage of the dearth of crowds! There were only 8 people on our tour-and everyone spoke English--definitely an advantage! The tour was historically fascinating and well-done. It...More
We were staying in Seefeld and were looking for something to do on a rainy day. We chose to go to the Schwaz silver mine. As the weather was bad and it was the weekend the mine was very busy. Parking nearby was quite easy....More
This was €17 per adult and was well worth the money, the local bus service stops outside the attraction and cost €3.60 for 2 adults ( one way ) the tour was really informative and the guide spoke in English and German, there is a...More