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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were at Petralona cave, with our 3 sons this June. It is beautiful and very rich of historical facts. Little open-train is driving you to cave. It is very near Poligiros, maybe 20 min driving from Gerakini, where we had our holiday. One thing...More

Thank Tatjana R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

really beautiful place, Game of Thrones atmosphere, impressive, especially in the hot midday of July. Great feelings revealed when facing history!

Thank dangondor
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I would not travel here just to see caves but ok as an add on to another thing in area like olynthos. U can walk or pay 2 euro for mini train...on arrival its 8 euro for cave and museum. Waited for the tour for...More

1  Thank Faye J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Trip to Market & Cave was organised through Tour rep. The Cave visit was fantastic, I have seen caves in the UK but nothing like this. There is a small train to take you up to the entrance. There is a Museum located adjacent to...More

Thank Timothy F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited Petralona Cave one year ago in one hot summer day. It was a very good choice. The cave is great, it has an interesting story. Don't hesitate to visit it!

Thank Clau E
Reviewed May 23, 2018 via mobile

We visited the caves and found it very impressive. Our guide gave us a lot of background information, which made the tour more interesting. The museum was also a nice extra, if you are into geology and archeology. We would definitely recommend the caves and...More

Thank Larrzz
Reviewed May 11, 2018

Visited the cave (stalactite) and you will be amazed at the cavernous depths of this cave.This site is the first fossil in the world of a man standing on two legs was found.Among the fossils found were extinct species of bears,panthers,lions.all sorts of creatures.Visit this...More

1  Thank Valerie M
Reviewed April 26, 2018

As part of a group visit, my wife and myself visited the Petralona Cave (located midway between Moudania and Thessaloniki) which was discovered by a villager in the 1950s. We arrived by mini-bus and parked in the ample parking area. The cave itself is located...More

2  Thank stevebG6121BX
Reviewed December 6, 2017

The visit was very nice. I had an accident before and had to walk on crutches. It was raining heavily and we were the only people there. That is why we were allowed by the guards to park right in front of the cave. We...More

3  Thank swatch20
Reviewed November 25, 2017

The cave itself is wonderful. It's definitely a sight to behold and when you realise how long all the stalagmites take to form is surreal. The tour guide spoke good English and gave us the best info he could considering the language barrier. The tour...More

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