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A fantastic web of tunnels, passages, galleries and halls, the astonishing diversity of karst features as well as easy access are certainly the main reasons for such popularity of the cave and a large number of visitors, which has already reached 35 million in 200 years.
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Postojna Cave is a 24,340 m long karst cave system near Postojna, southwestern Slovenia. It is the second-longest cave system in the country as well as one of its top tourism sites. The caves were created by the Pivka River.
This is a very fun place to visit! Take the train down into the cave to see beautiful stalactites and stalagmites and discover the Prometeus, the only blind animal that can live up to 10 years with no food! We did this as a family when our kids were 11, 8, 6 and they all loved it
Postojina Cave is located in Slovenia, 2 hours from Pula. It is a very mystical place where you can experience an incredible underground world. Also, in this cave lives the Olm, a salamander that lives only in dark underwater caves of Slovenia and Croatia. There are only 400 olms left and they are…
The most visited cave, it has cave train, proteus/human-fish and more. Postojna cave-castle is a short drive away.
See a cave in style: with a small train. And meet "human fish" that only lives in this cave.
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