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I'm not one who normally gives negative reviews but in this case had to endure a 45 minutes lecture in Hungarian at the start. The guy could speak English but everything was said in Hungarian - I know it's Hungary but there exist headphones or...More
This time of the year the cave is very busy, you have to wait around 1,5-2 hours but you can have a decent walk around the city.
The inner waiting area should be a bit more organised as the groups finishing exit through the same...More
I took my 24 year old daughter and partner to the caves. This was one of her top list to do while in Hungary. When we arrived there were no spaces left that day so had to drive back another day,this is just over an...More
The caves are absolutely worth the stop. Just tell them you only speak English and skip the tour - watch some 3d videos and proceed directly to the caves. Note that when sitting on the boat, you need to be able to fold forward to...More
Firstly, please note that you need to book a timeslot at the entry, so make sure to do so immediately when you get there to avoid waiting (we waited for 1 hour on a sunny day)
Once you are in, you will be part of...More
Make sure you book before you come, as when we came it was booked out until late afternoon. There is a tour which explains the history with video but, since it was not in English, we skipped and went straight to the boats. We really...More
Bad weather in our holiday so we made a trip from other side of Balaton lake and couldn't get in, cos we don't have a ticket booked at least 24 hours before. Always I read some reviews about the place I plane to visit, but...More
Ancient volcanoes still heat the thermal waters which formed these underground caverns below the present city of Tapolca. First you will receive a guide led tour of the geologic history of the region with some jungle gym type experiences (crawling) for kids first and then...More
Before jumping into the boat there is a presentation and a very nice video explaining the formation of the cave. It's very interesting, however it's presented just in Hungarian. There are signs in English and German that explains the basics, but there is no subtitles...More