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Grotte La Merveilleuse, Dinant

(3.6/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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  • Well, where to start? The caves are quite spectacular: they really have some very intersting features and history. They are easily accessible with comfortable stairs, a steady temperature of 12 degres...  more »
  • Do if you visit Dinant, a splendid cave, a guide who knows. A very nice visit we keep very good memories! Attention bcp of markets at the end...
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  • I made a reservation for a large group (26 persons) 2 months prior to visiting Dinant. When I tried to contact the organisation a couple of days before visiting, once again confirming the reservation,...  more »
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  • Nice place for visiting, the tour was good and the tour guide was cool
  • Very beautiful cave in a place where you least expect it. The guide speaks Dutch well and know the visitors in addition to giving information of interest also in a fun way to entertain. It's all a bit less commercial than, for example, the caves of Han. Also for children is the tour of an hour. If you condition which is less, it is good to know that the visit ends with a stair up from 120.
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  • Disappointed, we were very disappointed. We had the impression of wasting our time and our money. Details: to visit, one must pass through the guided tour: 9 euros per adult, about 1 hour session. Groups are armored and go to 20 to follow in a cave, as saying we're tight, that we can barely hear the guide, what we spend our time to be glued to each other. Honestly, be is embarrassed, the cave is pretty, but we could go around 3times in 30 min. The guide walked in slow motion, spoke in slow motion, like a robot, without addressing nobody group, gaze into the void... It seemed that he filled the time with the vacuum. There is nothing learned from his mouth, if such puddle was low, it was a little higher in January, he thought that in March it would be highest,... We tried to ask him questions, namely, what were these rocks for example, he said there were "several"... We would have liked to talk about the training of these cavities, have serious explanations on the stalagmites and stalactites, he told us that he thought that it took "a long time" to form and that a geologist had confirmed that it was taking a long time." In short, we learn nothing. The guy close by talking about a surprise showing a grand staircase to get out (it was the surprise), he's telling us goodbye, does no question, and goes. In short, we have nothing learned, if is to be more attentive in the future to avoid places like that. Better to go for a walk.
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  • Les grottes les moins intéressantes de Belgique. Ça vaut le coup par contre de visiter la ville de Dinant: la ville la plus pourrie de la Belgique. Tout est en ruines.. C'est par pour rien que les Dinantais sont moquées depuis les siècles. Les WC avant rentrer dans les grottes valent le détour: à mourrir de dire. /Don't lose your money! Or anything special. But be sure to visit the town of Dinant. The shabby city of Belgium, such characters you won't see more no-where. Try traditional sponge cake: it can be stored for many years
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  • Very unhappy with this establishment, I arrive at four o'clock in the afternoon and does not change to pay for two tickets (18€) with a € 50 banknote. I go out and entered two minutes to pay with card and it tells me that everything is closed (open until five o'clock and last passes up to four, approximately). It warned him fully for the attention received, whether it is nice or I will not ever know by a worker unruly.
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