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Cave of Alistrati, Alistrati

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  • Fantastic cave and very good tour. He holds several (maybe tired young children eagerly, however you turn around before the end of the xenagisis) and dianyeis great distance within cavern without understand..
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  • I have visited many caves and initially I hesitated but eventually worthwhile. Of the largest in Europe with beautiful and varied formations, stalactites, stalagmites and ekkentrites. Depending on their shape and have given names. e.g. the one called "Crown" because of its shape.
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  • The cave is truly spectacular, with rich and dense decoration. The corridor is quite wide, so there is no fear to touch someone the stalagmites, the path though is 1 km, are magical, the tour guide very good, give us time and space to process all these magical images. Input and output are in the same place, which means that the return lets you see everything you were lost in the transition. A real gem, which is not in fatigues. It is one of the attractions you shouldn't miss!
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  • It's a must see. One of the best caves in all of Europe. Our guide was really nice and explained everything in English.
  • Amazing cave! It is one of the most decorated in Europe thanks to its stalactites and stalagmites. It is worth the visit if you are around. The guide speaks good English and they are friendly and polite.
  • A nice and big cave! The staff is very friendly and informed. Be prepared and have a jacket with you. Also if you want something to drink or eat then it is better to have something with you cause the canteen there is very and unreasonable expensive. No fotos allowed!
  • Absolutely a stunning cave to visit, I was a bit upset that cameras were not allowed, but once the trip was over it was clear to me, its just for your eyes only. Nothing short of an amazing natural museum.
  • One of the most intriguing caves I've seen, with a great diversity of geologigal formations, a guided tour that explains alot, wide corridors so that even people in wheelchairs or parents with infants can tour, about a km long but you won't realise how fast did time past. A must visit if you are in the region. Ticketed.