Aggtelek National Park & Caves Overview
Nestled in the Aggtelek Karst region of Northern Hungary, Aggtelek National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site replete with magical caves and spectacular trails. Its Baradla Cave is the largest stalactite cave in Europe and part of it lies in Slovakia thus visitors need to cross the border to explore it completely.

Moreover, visitors can opt for guided walks, horse or bicycle rides, village tours, handicraft programs, or bread-making classes to learn about the nature and cultural heritage of the Aggtelek region. The Aggtelek region is also home to several castles, forts, palaces, and museums.

Best Time: June

Highlights: 280 caves, variety of wildlife species, birdwatching, hiking, etc.
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