Schlossberg Cave Railway
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Schlossberg Cave Railway information
The Schlossberg Cave Railway , the longest grotto railway in Europe, is another highlight for the little ’uns. The trip, taking about 20 minutes, winds its way around fairy-tale scenes through tunnels once used as a safe haven from the allied bombings during WWII. Following restoration work it is due to reopen late 2013. See website for prices and hours.