Domica is the biggest and most beautiful cave in the Slovak Karst in southern Slovakia. Domica is situated near Plešivec village in Rožňava district, 2 km from the state boundary with Hungary. It is a part of the cave complex that continues into the cave Baradla (Aggtelek) in Hungary. It was discovered in 1926 by Ján Majko and it is opened to the public since 1932. There is also boat trip included during the visit.
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Domica cave is a part of Caves of Aggtelek Karst and Slovak Karst and is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1995.
The full admission price long tour (tour with boat ride) is €7 (2010). Air temperature ranges from 10.2 to 11.4°C and relative humidity from 95 to 98 %.
Domica is one of the 12 caves opened to the public.
The list of all caves in Slovakia:
- Belianska Cave
- Bystrianska Cave
- Demänovská Cave of Liberty
- Demänovská Ice Cave
- Dobšinská Ice Cave
- Driny Cave
- Gombasecká Cave
- Harmanecká Cave
- Jasovská Cave
- Ochtinská Aragonite Cave
- Važecká Cave
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