ENJOY THE ROMANIA MUDDY VOLCANOES AND UNIREA SALT MINE IN A FULL DAY TOUR
Highlights of Romania muddy volcanoes & Unirea salt mine tour:
- Prahova salt mine – the largest salt mine in Europe
- Muddy volcanoes – a walk in the selenar landscape
Details of Romania muddy volcanoes & Unirea salt mine tour:
Start and end point: in Bucharest, at your hotel or another chosen location
Distance: 390 km
Departure hour: 07:30 AM
Note: This tour is available from March to November, Tuesday-Sunday
Romania Muddy volcanoes and Unirea salt mine tour description:
Have you ever dreamed to step on the Moon? Do you want to explore the center of the Earth and it’s fabulous miracles? Can you handle doing both of them in the same day? If your answer is yes, then Romania Muddy volcanoes and Unirea salt mine tour in one day is for you!
Book now this trip and you will start your day with a visit in the largest salt mine in Europe, Unirea salt mine in Slanic Prahova.
Unirea salt mine in Slanic Prahova is a mix between the hand of man and nature’s wonders. It is the largest salt mine in Europe and it was transformed in a sanatorium for the treatment of pulmonary diseases in a saline air, at 210 meters deep. It is also open for tourists that just want to see how the salt was extracted and to admire the largest chamber of the saline, with a 55 meters high. The access in the Unirea salt mine is made with mini buses since the elevator is broken.
Enjoyed your visit in Unirea salt mine? Ask for a custom tour to Turda salt mine, voted coolest underground attraction in the world.
In the afternoon, after the salt mine, you will have the opportunity to walk in a selenar landscape, visiting the Romania muddy volcanoes. Before arriving there you will have a break for lunch in a good restaurant. After enjoying your lunch it is time to see the biggest Muddy volcanoes in Romania.Unirea salt mine in Slanic Prahova
The muddy volcanoes in Berca, Buzau county, form the biggest area of this type in Romania. The muddy volcanoes tour inlude Paclele Mari and Paclele Mici, two geological and botanical reservations. They both have small volcano-shaped structures caused by the eruption of mud and natural gases that come from 3000 meters deep. Near these volcanoes the soil is sulfurous and salty, so the scenery looks like a desert or like the Moon’s surface. That makes it a special place.
Want to see other natural wonders in Romania? Book now our Transfagarasan road tour, the most beautiful road in the world.
You saw the miracles hidden in the center of the Earth and you enjoyed your muddy volcanoes tour, so let’s get back to Bucharest. Your guide will drop you off in front of your hotel or another location you choose.Muddy volcanoes in Buzau county