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Postojna Cave is the best-known cave in the world. It is also the greatest tourist attraction in Slovenia and one of the world's largest karst monuments. A fantastic web of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls, the astonishing diversity of Karst...more
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We bought the cave tickets and bus tickets from Ljubljana bus terminal and reached the bus stop near the caves. However, need to walk about 15 mins to reach the cave from the bus stop. Think this cave is the biggest i ever visited. To...More
My husband and I went here for the day whilst we were visiting Ljubljana. We went to the bus station and got the bus which took 1 hour. The bus dropped us off, and picked us up, in the car park near the entrance. We...More
Went to Slovenia on a cruise saw this as one of the trips and thought it looked different, well it was it was amazing never been round a cave so huge and on a small train. Walked a fair distance so you do need to...More
nice and impressive and definitely worth seeing. the tours could be a little better and maybe the guide could ensure everyone was there to talk. a couple of times being stuck in the of the crowds by the time you got to the spot she...More
We took a Postojna Cave tour from Rijeka through CroTrips. Due to our short time in port, we didn't have time to tour Predjama Castle, but our guide drove us over to the Castle (a short distance away from the Caves) to view from the...More
Caves themselves were fantastic but £28 euros per person for the caves only is way overpriced.
The guide seemed to want us in and out as quickly as possible as she raced ahead of everyone and began her various chats before most of us had...More
....but don't go unprepared. The tours run every hour and last for about 90 minutes. Make sure you are dressed warmy as the temperature will be 10-12 degrees Celsius. There are many bus tours during the day. if you get there by yourself, get there...More
Located about 45 minute drive from Ljubljana. Can prepurchase tickets online on their website at a discount. If so, arrive early to ensure timed entry. Very well thought out. Lots of nice restaurants and shops at entry. Hotel. Paid parking. 20 minute underground train ride...More
Your father can opt out of the walking part by taking the train back to the exit,the staff will arrange it for you.I am 77 and found the Walk steep but manageable if you take it steady.
It is well worth seeing.