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Out of the way, but worth the visit.
Over a km walking and stairs. A little chilly --bring a light jacket.
Warning!! Stick your group. You can't really get lost, but we ended up doing the tour almost three times because we inadvertantly kept joining...More
A great place to see...make sure you have a guide...overwelming space....so big!!
Stays at 14 degrees year around, but very comfortable...with a light jacket.
Wear sturdy shoes...great parking...will not believe the huge space!!
Very well organized attraction. Huge parking lot, plenty of ticket offices. Queuing is almost minimal even in mass. There is a bus from the car park to the starting point of the cave tour. The tour is about 1.5 hours long. Photographing is possible except...More
This place is amazing especially in summer. There are 14 degrees so bring a warm jacket. Gym shoes recommended but it’s not a must. Price 18 euro. There were people with wheelchairs so it’s very easy access with the guide. There are looooot of people...More
We wished to see the caves but were unable to wait for a tour in english to be put on. We joined an italian tour but as non Italian speakers we did not understand the elderly female guide apparently prohibit photographs. Seeing others take photographs...More
Despite the chilliness inside the caves, I was completely in awe of the these peculiar structures all formed by water! Fascinated by all the shapes, so so beautiful! I only understand very little Italian but the Italian guide was very good and I got my...More
Pictures don’t do this experience justice! It is amazing!! From the minute you walk in, your jaw will drop and you will wonder how this natural phenomenon exists. We’re still talking about it a week later! Memorable.
Your guides speak a multitude of languages and...More
This cave is beyond unique- large, old, intimate but awe inspiring. Some stalagmites were 100 feet tall! An abundance of geological features and landscapes. The main room will leave you with your mouth down for the rest of the tour.