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We went to the caves after a wet day. The size was impressive but extremely cold inside. I struggle a little bit with mobility and was unable to explore the whole of the caves due to the amount of steps (400) and lack of grab...More
This is a big cave. No real historical information and no guide available but reasonably priced, lovely and cool and a nice workout due to the number of steps. It's part of one of the largest cave systems in Europe and has links to the...More
We visited the cavern in the late afternoon (it’s open until 7pm).
Therefore we have been the only visitors and could enjoy the walk through it a lot.
Take a jacket or pullover with you; it's only 6°C inside!
Sturdy shoes are necessary.
You can get here by bus if you want. If it is your first cave is a nice go for although i thought it bit pricey. its easy to handel very well enhanced and thus low on the adventureous site.
Be sure to bring something...More
It always seems interesting to visit caves. This one is not your typical stalagmites etc, but it tells another story of flooding. Pretty cool inside. Lots of steps, because you go up higher. Gives a good impression of caving itself.