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About Salt Mine of Turda

The salt exploitation from Turda began during the roman occupation in Dacia and was definitively stopped in 1932 because of the technical primitive equipments, low efficiency and competition of other Transylvanian salt mines.

Currently, the Salt Mine from Turda is a tourist destination with cultural, educational and recreational character, focused on promoting tourism and historical values.

Salt Mine is composed of:

Franz Joseph Gallery

Joseph Mine

Hall Crivacului

Hall the extraction shaft

Hall Call

Mine Rudolf

Teresa Mine

Gizela Mine

Anton Mine

Contact and information:

Address: Str. Aleea Durgaului, no. 7, Turda, Romania

Access of people with neuromotor disabilities: Str. Salinelor, no. 54B (old entrance).

Opening hours:

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 - 17:00
Last entrance is at 15:00

The treatment program:

Monday - Sunday: 9:00 - 13:00


Adults: 15 lei
Children, pupils, students: 8 lei

Subscriptions for 7 days:

Adults: 12 lei
Children, pupils, students: 6 lei

Tariffs for entertainment:

Big Wheel - 5 lei/person

Minigolf - 10 lei/person (30 min.)

Bowling - 10 lei/person (20 min.)

Boating on the underground lake - 10 lei/person (max 3 persons) (20 min/boat)

Sports ground - 100 lei (hour)

Amphitheater - 200 lei (hour)

Billiard - 12 lei (hour)

Table tennis - 10 lei (hour)

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