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Palvolgyi Caves

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It is well known that Budapest boasts about 130 thermal springs, formed in the karstic limestone upon which the Buda Hills stand and the source of its famous therapeutic spas, but what is less known is that around 30 km (18.5 miles) of caves and subterranean passages also riddle the city’s bedrock. Of Budapest’s nine known cave systems, three are open to the public and Pálvölgyi is the largest of these, stretching 13 km (eight miles) underground amid a spectacular ensemble of stalactites and stalagmites, caverns lined with gleaming crystal deposits, and stream-filled chambers. At points, fossils of sea urchins can be seen embedded in the cave roofs, dating back 40 million years old to the times when Hungary was under a great tropical ocean.

Discovered in 1904, Pálvölgyi abuts the Matyashegyi cave system; the two combine to make 18 km (11 miles) of underground passageways and form Budapest’s largest subterranean labyrinth.

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  • Stedangivelse: Budapest, Ungarn
  • Varighed: 3 timer 30 minutter
  • Sprog: Engelsk
Fra USD 47,51