Abaligeti Barlang

  • Address: Abaliget, 7678 Hungary, Španat, Croatia
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +36-72498766
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Cave, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest

Abaligeti Barlang is an ancient cave located in Abaliget, Hungary. Though it was first mentioned and explored in the seventeenth-century, it was used before by localities. During the eighteenth century, this cave started gaining popularity and soon became a popular tourist attraction. But, in the early-nineteenth century, this natural wonder was completely neglected. It took a couple of restorations to bring back its ancient charm. But, today, thousands of tourists along with locals visit this cave annually. The well-lit pathways and a small bat museum attract many people from all over the world. Take a guided tour here and know more about its history and formation.

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  • Bus 5600, 5603 to Abaliget, barlang bus stop

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  • Abaligeti Barlang Address: Abaliget, 7678 Hungary, Španat, Croatia
  • Abaligeti Barlang Contact Number: +36-72498766
  • Abaligeti Barlang Timing: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Abaligeti Barlang Price: Free
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  • Great place. Lovely village fresh air nice cave.Don't miss a bat museum.

  • A real hidden gem! Would recommend it!

  • 12 degrees inside indeed, bring a coat and socks! Shoes are of no issue as the whole time you'll be walking on beton- that's where they hide the cables. The tour was interesting and informative, the cave beautiful and well lit. Not sure if they have English speaking guides. The last part of the tour is pretty steep, some stairs are 50cm high even. There was a bat museum next door, but we've skipped that. Outside there are some souvenir shops, you can go water bike on the lake and at the tiny buffet we ate wonderful soft ice cream, was such a pleasant surprise!

  • Fantastic adventure

  • Nice cave with water and bats. Guided tour is very good

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