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Our host nearby suggested to visit the caves and it was wonderful. Cheap tickets and nice guide (in english). We were in a group of 7 persons, so it was like a personal tour. Bring your jacket as it is 9C yeararound in the caves....More
My husband and I toured the caves with about 6 others and our tour guide Marko. Marko was a total trip, cracking jokes while also giving us historical information and scientific information about the formation of stillagtites (sp). It's a bit chilly in the cave...More
The caves are quite small but a really nice sight. We saw a few bats flying around, skeletons of prehistoric bears and the standard cave like drippings. The area around the caves is really lovely for kids to play around.
If you have already visited caves like Postojna and Skocjan in Slovenia then you would not quite enjoy this cave. It's a small cave. Not a must see but if you have time at hand then you can go and visit this cave.
A unexpected gem. It was definitely worth the 50 Kuna and hour it takes to tour the caves. An informative guide, happy to answer questions and point out the main features of the caves. Highlights were spotting a few of the local bat residents and...More
We had a great guide on our trip, very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The cave itself had some great sites (although I have seen better looking ones) and lots of history to it. The stories of the guide is what makes it more interesting. It made...More