Postojna Cave

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Postojna cave was discovered 200 years ago, immediately becaming one of Europe’s biggest tourist attractions, and not only for cave enthusiasts. It is more than 20 km long and, with its web of passages, galleries and chambers, is a great example of a classical karst cave. It has everything that a proper cave should have, so you will see stalagmites, stalactites and huge pillars, as well as fantastic, naturally created forms, to all the world looking like curtains or spaghetti. The aptly named Spaghetti Hall is a tourist favourite, with its pure white pasta hanging from the ceiling. Enjoy the fairy tale atmosphere on foot, and by taking a train from the entrance of the cave. On display is a “human fish“, an ancient creature with a skin like ours!
After the walk in the underworld we will have our meal in a local restaurant. Enjoy!

Included in the price:

  • Transportation
  • Guide
  • Entrance fee
  • Lunch

The price applies to a group size of 20 or more!

Maximum number of people in the group: 45.

For private tours and large group, please contact us for pricing.

Thank you very much.