If peace were married to beauty, their home would certainly be something like Europe. And get ready to have excellent experience in the eastern part of Central Europe, Slovakia. The place offers natural beauty, tranquillity, and a unique atmosphere. You may visit with family or friends the site has everything to make you fall in love with the area. The area also has some of the famous caves, and you wouldn’t want to miss them when in Slovakia. These caves are kids friendly. However, you must carry warm clothes with you and be ready to take a long walk and climbing around a thousand stairs. It may seem tiring, but it is all worth to spend time and money. Visitors get a soothing view of greenery and please their sight; the chirruping of birds, waterfalls which are present in enormous variety, colors, and fragrances. Caves in Slovakia are must to be added in your to-visit list.
Dobsinska Ladova Cave
It would be an unforgettable experience to visit the biggest ice cave. This cave is pretty famous in Europe. The Dobsinska Ladova Jaskyna tour is open from 15th May till 30th September. The cave has been part of UNESCO World Heritage since 2000. Indeed, it is a memorable experience to take a long walk up to the hill to the cafe admiring the nature around. The cave is pretty cold, so make sure to bring warm clothes with you. It is also considered as the most important cave in the world. Locally it is known as the Ice Gem of the world heritage.
This cave is just near to the Dobsinska Ladova Cave and is a unique cave that represents the natural phenomenon drawing attention by the riches and variety of aragonite fill. It is recorded that three generations of aragonite were determined in this cave. It would breath-taking view with Aragonite decoration all around in the shape of needles, spirals, tips, sun, tufts and various other forms created by the activity of atmospheric waters in crystalline limestone of white and blue colour. The majority of the territory is covered by mixed forests and it includes the set of mountain ranges, highlands, basins, and flat surfaces.
One of the lifetime experiences is to visit the Belianska Cave with beautiful lakes and waterfalls. Every nature lover would undoubtedly wish to feel and hear the sounds of drops falling into the lake with complete silence around in this cave. Walking in this cave, which has about 800 stairs, feels like the experience in nature’s lap. It could make you feel relaxed and cherish every second you would spend here. We recommend not to miss this beautiful site in the Tatra National Parks with the acoustical performance in the music hall approaching the very end of the cave.
Demanovska Cave of Liberty
And it will be all worth to visit the longest cave in Slovakia, which is located on the north of Low Tatras. Who would not love to experience the colorful walls, lakes with waterfalls, and just admiring the fantastic place in the middle of forests and mountains? The cave is famous for the impressive stalactites and stalagmites and gorgeous cave lakes with light blue water. A beautiful stalactite cave is not to be missed, and you can hire the tour guide. The lifetime experience would be to see the Emerald lake – breath-taking view of green lake and pink hall. Some would spend hours to enjoy the beautiful creatures of nature.