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Winter Tour on Esztramos Hill and the Aladár Földvári Cave


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The tour departs from Bódvarákó and follows a former mining road to the mine head 305 meters above sea level. From there, a beautiful panorama opens over the Bódva Valley, including the villages of Tornaszentandrás and Bódvaszilas. If the weather is kind to us wonderful pictures should be possible (amateur and professional photographers are welcome).The surface tour then heads underground into the spectacular Aladár Földvári Cave which is normally closed to tourism. Check out the “cave popcorn” and “moon milk” karst formations! Hot mulled wine will await guests at the end of the tour.

Date and Time: February 10 and 24, 10:00

Meeting Point: Rákóczi Cave Esztramos Ticket Office, Bódvarákó

Distance and Duration: 3-4 hours

Tickets: 3000 HUF, 1500 HUF for students (with student ID). Because of the difficulty of the cave part of the tour, participants must be at least 10 years of age.

Advanced registration is required by February 9 and February 23 by 14:00.

More Information and Booking: 06/48 350-011 or 06-30/699-27-14 every day between 8:00-16:00

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