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We went on the guided tour in the mine and after that the train ride. It took more than two hours. Audioguides are available in english german and french. To many people in the tour. People with audioguide tends to be in the back of...More
it was a verry cold welcoming, but what do you want? we walked 10 min. to the train station and with a smal child of 3 years old was this a fun trip. train arrived and our child was verry exited. a small ride trough...More
it was a pleasant outing the provision of MP3 in English was helpful the adjoining ristorante was however disappointing very little choice toasted sandwiches were underdone and still white, good idea to take your own picnic
An interesting visit to the mines. Visited with children of 2 of 4. That's about the youngest they should be for this. Our visit started with a guided tour about 30 minutes through a mine. In Italian of course. You can borrow an audio guide...More
this tip I found thanks to tripadvisor. One is the place where it joins prochazka with knowledge of the places that dealt with the mining of copper and lead ore and many other minerals. Leave the car in the parking lot, head to the info...More
We enjoyed this day since it was an inside event and the day was rainy. They offered English audio for us to follow along. Very interesting. We didn't but the ticket for the train. Wish we would have thou. A must see!
As others have mentioned the narration during the train ride is in Italian. What makes this worst is that on the journey up the hill it stops suddenly and all the lights go out. With my broken Italian I managed to understand this is just...More
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Carla C, Responsabile Marketing at Il Parco Archeominerario di San Silvestro, responded to this reviewResponded 28 September 2015
first of all we regret that you didn’t enjoy the visit in our archeological mines park. I saw that you visited only a part of this park, the Lanzi-Temperino tunnel. The tour is developed on a train that runs in a real mining...More
I visited this place yesterday with my three grandchildren and my daughter Firstly the lady who sold us tickets was very rude and was raising her eyebrows when I was trying to speak Italian. Secondly we were handed an English version of the spoken guide...More
The archaeological park at San Silvestro is definitely worthwhile; the visit consists of three parts, 1) a walk through a closed mine dating from the Etruscan era, which was utilized up until the 1970's (they have English audio guides); 2) a train ride ("train" meaning...More