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Conti Vecchi Saltworks
- Duration: 1h 45mins
- Group of max. 10 people
- Starting time: 15:00
- Admission to the Conti Vecchi Saltworks and the historical buildings
- Guided tour of the vast saltworks on a little train for 1 hour
- Free WiFi
- Free indoor parking
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