Slovenia's Postojna Cave is a mesmerizing underground world, famous for its unique network of limestone caves. The jaw-dropping beauty of stalactite and stalagmite formations invites visitors to explore one of the world's largest karst monuments. Read moreBook my trip to Postojna Cave
Postojna Cave, carved by the Pivka River over millions of years, extends over 24 kilometers. It became known as a wonder of the world in the early 19th century, mesmerizing visitors with its complex system of tunnels, galleries, and halls adorned with spectacular dripstones. It houses diverse cave wildlife, including the iconic "human fish", the olm.
A highlight of the visit is a unique train ride that takes you deep into the cave system, making this stunning underground kingdom easily accessible to all ages and abilities. The guided walking tour introduces you to the fascinating geological history and vibrant ecosystem living in complete darkness.
Situated in the heart of the Karst region, Postojna Cave is an integral part of Slovenia's rich natural heritage. Its surroundings offer numerous possibilities for hiking, biking, and exploring local traditions and gastronomy.
An electric train that whisks you deep into the cave's heart, offering a unique perspective on the stunning formations.
A 5-meter high white limestone stalagmite, one of the most famous features in the cave.
A vast cavernous space known for its exceptional acoustics, where concerts and other cultural events are held.
Also known as the human fish due to its skin color, it's a rare aquatic salamander that has adapted to life in the darkness.
Showcases a collection of cave-dwelling creatures from around the world.
Offers a deeper understanding of the geological processes forming the caves.
A short distance from Postojna Cave, this Renaissance castle is built within a cave mouth, adding further intrigue to your visit.
A showcase of cave animals, including the mysterious "human fish."
A great place for a leisurely stroll and enjoying the local flora and fauna.
An interactive exhibition explaining the creation of karst phenomena and the development of cave-dwelling creatures.
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