This was so much fun and definitely the highlight of my Budapest trip so far. There were 9 of us caving today and I was the only one who came solo (there was a group of friends and a couple). Nevertheless the teamwork nature of...More
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the guide was very friendly but the whole tour was basically fanfiction and the only interesting part was when he shut down the lights and it was so dark and so silent. favourite part definitely.
Bus not that frequent so allow time. There are lockers to put your things. It is cold down there but light clothes only as you are doing exercise.
I took the 3 hour adventure experience of the caves. It was 7000 forints. There are other smaller caves (45 minutes, with easier walking routes, even wheelchair access). I didn't go to those. This one included crawling through some really thigh spots, some climbing, an...More
Take a guided tour of the extensive network of caves under the Buda hills. You will not be disappointed by this 'cool' place to visit, especially when the temperature above ground gets too much.
Honestly one of our favorite experiences of the Europe trip so far. Something everyone should see/ participate in if they visit Budapest. I am a little claustrophobic so was very scared at first but the instructor was extremely helpful and the whole group cheers you...More
3 of us have just finished a 3 hr caving experience. It starts by getting a helmet and light. Then its on with the overalls. These are big, red and tough. The excitement starts then. The caving involved some crawling on belly, but not too...More
This 3 hour long caving experience is amazing. The guide is fun and gave us good insights on caves and caving. Don't be afraid of crawling, climbing and sliding and get ready to get knee bruises. But what an experience! I would definitively recommand this...More
We did this caving tour last month in Budapest....I would say it was the highlight of our trip to Budapest ! My daughters aged 8 and 11 and also did it and throughly enjoyed it. Well yes at certain areas it did seem very difficult...More