Teufelshoehle Pottenstein, Pottenstein

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Teufelshoehle Pottenstein, which translates to "devil's cave," is 1,500 m (4,900 ft) long--the longest in Germany. The name comes from the unexplained disappearance of livestock in the vicinity, the remains of which were eventually found upon full exploration of the cave. Take a tour of the caves to learn about the many rock formations and even see the skeleton of a bear that met its demise by falling into the cave. Tours are available in German and English. Opening hours differ by season, so be sure to check ahead of time. Use our Pottenstein tour planner to visit Teufelshoehle Pottenstein on your trip to Pottenstein, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • You pay for the entry, I think the ticket price is around 5-10 euros per person. This entry includes guided tour. Great outing for a family, you will definitely enjoy the walk around the cave.It is co...  more »
  • The place is amazing. Do not forget to take with you some jacket. ... it is cold inside. All explanation in German. Prepare walk 500 steps in 40 min inside the cave. Recommended afterwards go for lunc...  more »
  • The cave is beautiful for sure, but it isn't really that much of a "WOW"-experience. The best thing about this cave is the nature around it. The guide we had only spoke German, and I don't think they ...  more »