Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst

Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst

Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst
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danicsepi
Budapest, Hungary4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2017 • Business
This is a baetiful cave, one of its kind in the region. It is a great experience that you go in the cave in Hungary and come out in Slovakia. :) I cannot get used to this fun feeling. It was my second time there but will surely go back again. Aggtelek is only 2 hours from Budapest, so I took there now our business partners from UK and they loved it. Even if you're not that big fan of nature, I would definitely put this on my list when visiting Hungary.

You don't have to prepare for some incredible phisical activity, but make sure you dont mind your clothes get a bit dirty.
Written 27 September 2017
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Scuesa
Hamburg, Germany480 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Couples
We spent the weekend in the National Park & visited the Baradla Cave. There are tours everyday, at 10am, midday, 3pm and 5pm. You pay HUF2200 per adult and the tour lasts approximately 45mins-1hr. It is well worth it!

The caves are humongous and you get to see all the main chambers. It is beautiful down there. It is chilly at a constant 10degrees so take adequate jumpers and I'd suggest you wear long trousers with comfortable walking shoes. It is not strenuous at all & the well-constructed concrete path you follow through the caves is well-lit and easily walked.

The tour is in Hungarian, but I was lucky as my partner is Hungarian so he translated what the guide was saying. The guide was knowledgeable.

We thoroughly enjoyed the cave tour & would recommend it to anyone!
Written 20 August 2014
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Artur K
Tychy, Poland8 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2014 • Solo
In my opinion It is fantastic place to visit. If I could compare this cave with Skocjans Caves Aggtelek is smaller but more impressive than that Caves in Slovenia. Anyone who is amateur of tourist speleology and visiting north part Hungary , must see this place.
Written 2 June 2014
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623devon
Plymouth, UK20 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2013 • Friends
Only 1 km is open for visitors out of the 25,5 kms which is the total length of the fantastic Bardala cave which is the longest in Hungary .
The entrance is a natural one as it was used by prehistoric men. One of the main attraction is the " Concert Hall " with such a fantastic acoustic that classical music and pop music concerts are organized every year,]. Unfortunately I could only enjoy a few minutes of a CD which is played for the visitors.
Only one small negative point : the guide speaks only Hungarian; it was not a problem for me because I was with Hungarian friends so I could get everything translated.
One advice : whatever the outside temperature take a jacket because inside you will freeze.
Written 21 August 2013
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Nic&Ade
Cardiff, UK263 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2011 • Couples
We called in the caves on our way back from Slovakia last weekend. We opted for the 1hr tour as it was quite late in the afternoon. We arrived at 3.45pm and were told the next tour was at 4pm. Wear non slip shoes and a good coat as the floor is wet and it is quite damp in there.

On walking into the caves you are greeted with stunning formations and these only get better the further you walk into the cave. The height and depth of some of them are amazing and you will need a good camera flash to capture the beauty.

In the music hall we were told to sit while the guide set the music going and he worked the light show in the background highlighting the stalagmites and stalactites. This was beautiful as different lighting highlighted different areas and angles.

We enjoyed the tour and will return but will opt for a longer tour next time.
Written 20 October 2011
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