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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
There is no doubt theses are unbelievable caves. The experience is devalued by the pace in which you are rushed through the cave. This is such a huge tourist attraction that you need to book online in advance or get there early in the morning...More
This place is amazing. It has been well maintained. The lighting has been set up to enhance your experience. You take a short but fast train ride at the beginning and end of your journey with a guided walk in between. Should have good mobility...More
For sure the caves are beautiful but people working at the ticket counter don’t know anything about Customer care. I was told at 10.30 that ticket bought on Line would allow entrance at 4.30 so I did the queue and got entrance at 13... then...More
. The cave passages are a network of 14 kms . But we didn’t have to walk that far. The beginning of this excursion is a train ride which takes you 5 kms into the caves through galleries and connecting tunnels from where we walked...More
Our visit was amazing - the highlight of our holiday. We pre-booked and were amazed by how easy it was to book and how organised the customer services system is. We even received an email a couple of days before our trip to remind us...More
Loved this place: most spectacular caves I’ve ever seen. Place dripping with formations. Very well organised with the train and the guided walk. Even though it’s a busy cave, it’s so large that you don’t particularly feel crowded in.
The cave is huge...I mean really huge :-) Without any doubt it is a nice cave but I haven´t been that astonished. The main reason definitely was that the place is too commercialized: the alley leading you to the cave entrance is full of souvenirs...More
We took an excursion to the caves from our cruise. It was a last minute add and we are so glad we went.
When you first arrive it looks like a picturesque, quaint little area. There is the admissions/ticket area but then there is a...More
Response from Mahmoud S | Reviewed this property |
You can see cave with children. Entrance of cave train wait for people and transfer passenger to middle of cave and then walking about 30 minuets and then come back with train. Passage for walking is safe.
Response from MyInterestingTrip | Reviewed this property |
My son has a fear of heights and had no problems here. I remember 2 areas that were one sided kind of drops; but drops of seeing the path I was walking on. Rails are there and floors are slip-free (2 of my children kept... More
My son has a fear of heights and had no problems here. I remember 2 areas that were one sided kind of drops; but drops of seeing the path I was walking on. Rails are there and floors are slip-free (2 of my children kept trying to slip slide with no prevail). The caves were beautiful and my son who fears heights loved it. There are many tourists in the English speaking lines, so it could also be possible that others could even block a person from seeing the kind of one sided drop. I hope this helps and enjoy.