• H-3758 Jósvafő, Tengerszem oldal 1.
  • +36 48-503-000
  • info.anp[at]t-online[dot]hu

Baradla Cave Aggtelek Short Tour


Caves are closed!

About The Cave Tour

Distance: 1 km (0.6 miles)
Duration: 1 hour

The Baradla Cave Short Tour is perhaps the most popular of the Aggtelek cave tours, taking guests on a 1 hour lit walk along walkways 1 km through this famous cave. Explore a subterranean world virtually unchanged since cavemen discovered it thousands of years ago. The black, sooty rocks are now all that preserves the memory of these ancestors. However, this is not why the cave is special. Rather, the large chambers and multitude of dripstone formations such as stalactites, stalagmites and stalagmite columns leading the way deep underground spark the imagination. Along the way, you will encounter stunning formations and impressive halls such as the Mother-in-Law’s Tongue, Santa Claus, the Tiger and the Columned Chamber. Come to one of the concerts in the Concert Hall, such as the Baradla Chamber Choir Festival, for an unforgettable experience and excellent acoustics.

For more information about the Baradla Cave, please click here.


Tour Times


01 September - 31. 2019,  December, 01 January - 30 April 2020

10:00, 13:00, 15:00

1 May - 31 August

10:00, 12:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00 


Prices and Discounts

Full Price Discount 1 Nursery School/
Chaperone Ticket 2

Family Ticket 3

(3-4 pers.)

Group Ticket 
 2600 HUF/person 2000 HUF/person 300 HUF/person 2000 HUF/person (additional children: 1300 HUF/pers) Adult:  2300 HUF/person
Student:  1300 HUF/person 4


1 Conditions for discounted tickets:

  • 6 - 14 year-old children,
  • Hungarian and foreign students with valid student ID card, and
  • retired person

2 Conditions for nursery school and chaperone tickets:

  • 3 - 6 years children,
  • Adults accompanying disabled visitors (1 person per disabled guest, 2 people for those in wheelchairs),
  • Adult or student groups of more than 20, one discounted ticket. For nursery school groups, 1 discounted ticket for groups larger than 5 (for every 5 people in the group, the sixth person qualifies for a discount),
  • Bus driver for groups of more than 20, maximum 1 discounted ticket,
  • Translator for a non-Hungarian speaking tour group.


3 Families qualify for a Family Discount Ticket if the group is comprised of two adults and at least one child. Families with three or more children qualify for the even cheaper "Discount Ticket".

4 Only with hungarian student (elementary- and high schcool) ID card.


The +1 Cave Discount:

Those guests that join two daily tours on the same day pay full price for the first ticket but may ask for a discount ticket for the second tour upon presentation of their used ticket stub at the ticket office. This offer is only valid on standard adult or discounted tickets (class trip group, senior citizen) not for family, combination, or class trip tickets.

Important Informations

Tickets are available at the ticket office located at the Baradla Cave Aggtelek (not Jósvafő) cave entrance.

The tour is conducted along well-lit concrete paths.

The average temperature in the cave is +10°C/50°F, therefore appropriately warm clothing and footwear is recommended!


In the village of Aggtelek, turn at the petrol station (from the direction of Jósvafő turn right, from the direction of Trizs turn left). After about 500 m you will see a 50 m high cliff to your right to your right. The cave entrance and ticket office (Orange point on the map) is located at the foot of this cliff. Please use the parking lot to the left.


Baradla Cave, Aggtelek Ticket Office: (+36) 48-503-003
Tourinform Office, Aggtelek: (+36) 48-503- 000


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