Prahova Salt Mine & Wine Tasting - 8 hours
A private day trip from Bucharest
Visit the Largest Salt Mine in Europe
Travel through the beautiful countryside to reach the salt mine and winery
Learn about the sites from an expert local guide
Taste delicious Romanian wines
Bucharest - Prahova Salt Mines - Wine tasting at Urlateanu Winery - Bucharest
Prahova Salt Mine
Known as the biggest salt mine in Europe, Slanic Prahova stands today for one of the most important watering and climatic resorts in Romania, situated between the valley of Prahova and that of Teleajen, at about 44 km of Ploiesti, at 400 meters of altitude.
Unique in the country, but also in Europe, the salt mine is formed out of 14 rooms, trapezium shaped, with an opening of 32 meters at the basis, 10 meters at the ceiling and 45 meters height. The total area is of 78,000 m2 and the excavated space is of 2,9 millions m3 of salt.
Halewood Winery - Urlateanu Mansion & Cellars, Prahova county
Situated on the top of a hill and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Urlateanu Manor and its wine cellar were built in 1922 and restored by Halewood wineries in 1999. Visit the underground cellar where the red wines are aged and learn about the use of oak barrels to mature the wine. Breathe in the smell of the cellar and the aroma of wine, hear the gentle sound of bottles being carefully moved and the echo of voices. Discover the steps to the wine tasting and try a selection of a great range of wines.
Private guided tour from Bucharest
TOUR PRICE / PERSON
Hotel pick-up & drop-off
Transportation by air-conditioned car/van
Private English-speaking guide
Entrance fee to Prahova Salt Mine