Cueva de los Murcielagos, Zuheros

#6 of 17 in Outdoors in Province of Cordoba
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  • August 19, 2017
    It is a highly recommended and nice place. We were a couple of families and enjoyed the visit. The Guide, Sandra, a girl charm. We call on Friday to make the reservation and they told us that people limit was 30 and 11 visit was full so we decided to book for the visit of the evening at 18:30. But when we started to have had more than 30 people, something that has us quite disgusted. We also annoying the fact that guide prohibit taking pictures but there were people who jumped him to the Bullfighter. Visit guide great, the Guide brought us many interesting facts, we were delighted with the visit.
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  • August 18, 2017
    While the Interior of stalagmite and stalactite formations are not the most beautiful I've seen, is very interesting explanation of the history of the cave that gives the Guide and see a bat, that there are few.
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  • August 15, 2017
    The cave is not open every day and only on four predetermined times. Please inform in advance so you get the ride not for nothing. It's not fair to compare but when you've been in Postojna (Slovenia) then this cave a poor substitute. It is also worth to see and as the cave throughout the Interior of Andalusia one (also the Guide) here only speaks Spanish. The €6 entrance per person is reasonable. Moreover, we do not have bat seen.
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  • It is worth, a visit very interesting, with some other curious and very nice to see. I recommend it, but bats have not seen nor one.
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  • The great explanations. The cave is precious and we saw quite a few bats (half-day). There are a lot of stairs and narrow places
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  • It's the first cave that I visited in my life. It was very impressive. I'm not particularly healthy and I did three-quarters of the visit with a two year old in my arms, I was able to browse the 700 steps without difficulty.
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  • Many steps that go up and down but it is worth. The cave is impressive and the guide explains very well the history of this. If it is a day of rain and wind do not use umbrella breaking
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  • Very nice, a visit very instructive, but the only problem that I see is, that I, measuring 1'90, I have left my legs ducking me and other... I can not imagine that measure 2 or more meters. If you're high, you're warned... Well, what it was. Very nice and informative, the Guide explained, there are some cave paintings, occasionally some bat is seen, I learned new things in the way of life of prehistoric men, new data on the Romans (Yes, Roman), etc. In addition to the beautiful view that is present at the input and output of the cave, also with stairs of the cave (700) missed weight XDD.
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