Palvolgyi Cave in Budapest, Hungary

Hungary Budapest Caves

The Pál-völgyi Stalactite Cave is a multi-level labyrinth with amazing rock formations in Budapest, Hungary.

The cave was formed by thermal waters over 40 millions of years. It was discovered in 1904.

Its length exceeds 7 km (4.3 mi), and the vertical dimension is 104 m (341 ft). The temperature is a constant 11°C.

The Pál-völgyi Stalactite Cave, the longest one in the Buda Hills and the third longest in the country, is a highly protected natural reservation area since 1944.

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am to 4pm
One tour every hour!
First tour at 10:15am and last tour at 4:15pm.

Prices are per person, local currency:
Basic tour (~50 min)
regular ticket 1400huf
concession ticket 1100huf

Szépvölgyi út 162, 1025 Budapest, Hungary

How to get here:

By bus: Take the 65 bus from ’Kolosy tér’ - direction ’Szépvölgyi dűlő’ - exit’ Pál-völgyi cseppkőbarlang’.

Location map:

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