There are as much as 44 caves and abysses in Slovakia designated the national nature monuments, which represent a part of the most significant natural heritage of the country. Only 12 of them are open to the public.
If you plan the trip to Slovakia, you should visit at least two of them – Domica – the biggest cave in Slovakia located in Slovak Karst and Dobšinská ice cave in Slovak paradise. If you plan to visit Hight Tatras, it is must to see Belianska cave in Tatranská kotlina.
The admission prices are from €4 – €7 (2010) for adults and half for the children between 6 and 15 years, or hadicapped people. The majority of caves are opened from April 1 to October 31 between 9:30 – 16:00. For further details check https://www.ssj.sk/
The list of Slovak caves that are opened to the public
- Belianska Cave
- Bystrianska Cave
- Demänovská Cave of Liberty
- Demänovská Ice Cave
- Dobšinská Ice Cave
- Gombasecká Cave
- Harmanecká Cave
- Jasovská Cave
- Ochtinská Aragonite Cave
- Važecká Cave
View Round trip through Slovak caves in a larger map