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Charlottenhohle, Giengen an der Brenz
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Immer wieder ein nettes Ziel mit Kindern. Schöner Spielplatz, gute Parkmöglichkeiten, Wohnmobilstellplatz. Die Speisen zwar in der Auswahl begrenzt, aber gut. Logistik funktioniert auch bei großem Ans... read more »Again a nice destination with children. Nice playground, good parking facilities, caravan park. The food although limited in the selection, but good. Logistics works well also for big onslaught thanks to beepers. The cakes are nice and staff friendlyshow original
Waren mit unseren Enkelkindern(3+5J.) auf dem angenehm ruhigen. Wohnmobilstellplatz bei der Höhle. Alles drumherum wunderschönen zum Spielen und Erfahren. Am allerbesten war aber die nette,unvergessli... read more »Goods with our Enkelkindern(3+5J.) on the pleasantly quiet. Caravan Park at the cave. All the trappings beautiful to play and learn. Best of all, the cute, unforgettable, child-friendly leadership of caves with Günther was but! Thank you very muchshow original
Die Höhle ist knapp 600 m lang und mit einer Führung zu besichtigen. Der Weg ist ziemlich eben ohne große Treppen und Steigungen. Kindern macht es großen Spaß, da sie auch einen Tropfstein berühren dü... read more »The cave is almost 600 m in length and with a guided tour to visit. The trail is pretty without the large stairs and slopes. Children's great fun because it is allowed to touch even a stalactite, which is otherwise so strictly forbidden. The caves show land is located below. Here you can learn all about the history of the Earthshow original
Wow what an experience really glad I found this on the internet before our Holiday. Really off the beaten track and don't think they see many English there. The museum about the geology of the area was great and the lovely assistant tried her hardest to translate the German for us as she gave us a personal tour. The walk up the slope to the cave is really steep but well worth the walk. The tour was in German but it didn't seem to matter as you could get the feeling behind what was being said from looking where the torch light was (afterwards when struggling to buy postcards (my pigeon German and his pigeon English weren't compatible but we got there and I learnt the order of words when asking for something) they do have a transcript of what is said in English. The outside cafe in the car park had really friendly staff and they allowed me to try and order in German. Lovely circular walk from the site and also with your very cheap and more than reasonable entrance fee you get a 2 euro discount to a museum down the road (which we will be visiting next time we are in the area)
We walked what seemed a kilometer into the caves. (I heard later it was 500m) The caves are nicely lit with LED lighting. Some places which are illuminated all the time, there is moss growing. There is a snack bar with a large children's play area next to it.
If you like caves you should visit this one. I walked all the way in. It was very exciting! Also, you have the option to get married in here! Well, i can really recomend this! - Robert, Sweden
Pouakai DoeBy the way, apart from the fact, that is the Charlotte cave 587 meters, one of the longest caves in southern Germany and the longest walk-in cave in the Swabian Alb, I find it worth mentioning that this cave of 2002 e.V. in-house is managed by the caves & hometown club went Hürben. After the State and the city were at the Brenz unable was profitable to operate the cave and wanted to close this cave, it was like most of the time, dedicated citizens thanks to, that this piece of nature is still open to the public. And the it goes, has proved the Club. Times and I quote from their website: the Association operates with extraordinary civic engagement the Giengen Hürben around the Charlotte cave HöhlenErlebnisWelt. The Club was founded in 2002 to specifically and has around 180 members. Until today, the number of jobs created in connection with the entire HöhlenErlebnisWelt has grown to approximately 80 which reflected the success of the enormous commitment of the cave and local club. Also to the construction and to the establishment of the HöhlenHauses the Club has made a not inconsiderable contribution. As the newly installed in 2011 in the Charlotte cave LED lighting is the commitment of the Association. The cave and hometown club Giengen Hürben offers expert guided tours of the Charlotte cave with a large group of well trained Guide. In the cave, guests are informed and entertained. In addition, the Club presents an attractive event for all ages on the legs every year. The objectives and tasks of the Association derive from article 1 of the Statute: the purpose of the Association is the promotion of science and research of caves and karst betreffender topics, as well as the landscape and monument protection. The purpose of the Statute is carried out in particular by the Administration and maintenance of the the town of Giengen-owned nature monument "Charlotte cave" as a show cave with accessibility to the general public; through exhibitions and information events in the cave and the staffing of the "HöhlenSchauLandes", which conveys the natural environment on a scientific basis. And something else as far as I know, the Charlotte cave is the only cave in the Swabian Alb may also be photographed in.show original
Benjamin BergmannVery informative guided tour through an impressive stalactite cave and also outside the cave scenic area for subsequent hikes.show original
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