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Atta-Hohle, Attendorn

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  • This particular trip is Grotto was on the recommendation of German friends in the area. I went in vehicle by which not is public transport available although I saw little connected. It is a wonderful place with the attraction that is nature. The area is mining which these places so recuerrentes. There are guides in the area but only German language by which only understood half of what they said. (Or less) is offset by the richness in terms of its stalactites and a small rio.es a good place to explore if you are close to the city although it is not the best caves which I visited.
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  • The cave, which were found by accident, became a local landmark. Inside as it should be, damp. Can enjoy fossils. At the entrance to a good restaurant, where you can grab a bite to eat. Downstairs, there is an opportunity to walk through this small town, there are several shops with clothing and shopping. And a couple of ancient small cathedrals.
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  • A in private property being cave system with a number of different types of stalagmites, stalactites, curtains, chandeliers and other types of flowstone. Best good to once again see what nature does with water and drops over millions of years time. Unfortunately, the scientific value and creation of it subordinate to the form such as a polar bear/Santa Claus or a rather dubious Holy Mary. The tour takes 30 to 35 minutes (where they make a more optimistic 45 's). Entrance fee is 9 euros for adults and that's reasonable (I think). Our guides were only available in German. That is something to be reckoned with if you with very small children inside. The route has some hefty falls and climbing and what I have noticed is that the little ones quickly broken bored in the cave. And once they no longer just talk is the Guide. Can children go through smoothly, if only for the adults is the here and there bend over. Nice shop with minerals etc. For hefty tourist prices. They also offer one or multiple day spa in. For people with allergies that would be quite a good idea. My partner was after a few minutes of his stuffy nose (allergies).
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