Buda Caves, Budapest
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Buda Caves, Budapest - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Budapest, Szépvölgyi út 162, 1025, Hungary
Ticket Price: 1200 HUF
Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
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Palvolgyi Caves is one of the most visited attractions of Buda Hills. People prefer to visit this place during the summer season as it is at a constant 11 degrees celsius. It is very rich in dripstone and also is one of the most amazingly naturally preserved areas. It is easily one of the longest attractions in Buda Hills and is the oldest caves in the city. Even in the country, it is the third oldest and is a perfect place to visit for people who like to have slightly protected and safe adventurous experiences.
Buda Caves Information
- The temperature inside the cave is cooler as compare to the outside. Hence wear warm and comfortable clothes.
- Wear hiking boots.
- The cave tour is not suitable for physically challenged people and for children under 5 years.
Buda Caves Ticket Prices
- For adults: 1200HUF
- Students, pensioners: 960HUF
Buda Caves Opening and Closing Hours
- Duration of the tours: 60minutes or 25 minutes
- Guided tour starts at 15minutes past every hour.
How To reach Buda Caves by Public Transport
- Nearby bus station: Pal-volgyi cseppkobarlang
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Very well build cave with nice guides, whom speaking English as well. The tour itself is about 50’. We really enjoyed every moment of it. Good choice if you didn’t visited caves before, and a unique experience if you already like this amazing phenomenons.
The cave itself was very cool to explore and gape in awe at. However, the service wasn't that great. We arrived for the last tour on a Sunday afternoon (4:15pm) tour; when we bought our tickets, we were asked by a staff that spoke great English if we wanted the information in English, Hungarian and other languages. The tour ended up being entirely in Hungarian; when we asked the tour guide if she could help the English speakers (about 6 of us), she indicated at the tour will only be given in Hungarian as "there are more Hungarians in the group". We were quite disappointed in this and also that we were not given the information when we bought the tickets. Also from reading previous reviews, they offer tours in English. The tour guide tried her best to translate some stuff for us hut she was mainly busy with her Hungarian group. It was very hard to read the 'info sheet' in the darkness of the cave and keep up with the group. It seemed that the staff gave up before the last tour and didn't care too much.
Very good value tour 45 mins in the cave. Hungarian language but good English pamphlet with information. Well worth it
Caving was a lot of fun. We had a great guide and it's easy to get to know your group when you're squeezing through tight passages together or sitting in the dark listening to your own eyes blinking. Amazingly beer at the beginning/end is well priced.
Fun caving tour, we had a nice guide and a great time at the cave. Best to book directly via the caving.hu
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