Events in Special program
Led by a geologist, participants will be taken on a tour along the Baradla Nature Trail between Aggtelek and Jósvafő to discover some of the natural wonders of the surface karst. Learn about the history and geologic processes of the area. Appropriate hiking footgear is recommended.
Led by a geologist, the hike in the central Zemplén area will take participants to Devil Valley (Ördög-völgy) to see opals, the Sólyom Crags (cryoplanative formations created by intensive frost action, lookout tower), rare plants at István-kúti Nyírjes, cryoplanative formations and lookout tower at Nagy-Péter-mennykő, and cryoplanative formations at Pengő-kő. Appropriate hiking footgear is recommended.
Aggtelek National Park Jointly organised by Aggtelek National Park and the local chapter of the Hungarian Ornithological Society (MME).
Ringing demonstration and bird watching.
The VII. Regional Gömör Fruit Festival will be held a week earlier than usual this year. Calm, the aromas of jams, live music, games, dancing, and a little serenity before the rainy autumn weather sets in.
One of the most unusual and exciting foot races in Hungary, the race passes through a section of Aggtelek National Park’s spectacular Baradla Cave. Categories include 16km and 34km, as well as a race for children.
Explore a few of the karst countryside’s most memorable formations, such as sinkholes and springs; as well as the ruins of Szádvár Castle and the abandoned village of Derenk.
VII. Annual Jósvafő International Hucul Horse Races, IV. Annual International Farrier Competition and Jósvafő Village Day Celebration event
The small, picturesque mountain village of Jósvafő is playing host to the 7th Annual Hucul Horse Festival August 21-23, 2015.
Elek János Mészáros will perform on the Baradla Cave Concert Hall stage.
Aggtelek National Park In honour of our 20th anniversary as a World Heritage Site, we are offering 20% off adult tickets on all daily tours through the spectacular Rákoczi and Imre Vass Caves throughout the month of August. In addition, all Baradla Cave tour ticket bearers will receive a free postcard, bookmark or other small gift from our Gift Shop.
The Slovak Karst Cycling Club (Gömörhorka) together with Aggtelek National Park are hosting a cross-border bicycle tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of the joint award of World Heritage status to the Aggtelek and Slovak karst.
A journey through the hidden fairytale-like villages and rolling foothills af the Aggtelek karst.
In honour of our 20th anniversary as a World Heritage Site, we are offering 20% off adult tickets on all daily Baradla Cave tours throughout the month of July. In addition, all Baradla Cave tour ticket bearers will receive a free postcard, bookmark or other small gift from our Gift Shop.
Játszóházzal, és Zöld Szigettel várjuk látogatóinkat a Barlangok Világnapján
A Barlangok Világnapja alkalmából négy napon át, kedvezményes túrákkal várjuk látogatóinkat.