Aggtelek National Park Open Day, Pentacost Tour and Salamander Adventure
Can you use GPS to track down hidden treasures? What is the view of the landscape from a tractor? How does a microscope work?
Programmes: introduction to the work of different departments at Aggtelek National Park, Salamander Playhouse, horse and carriage rides, crawling through a cardboard box cave, Poetry Cave Tour, Baradla Goblin Tour and local product fair.
Date and Time: June 3, 10:00
Meeting Point: Aggtelek, square in front of the Cave entrance
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Tickets: activities unless otherwise stated are free
Maximum number of people:
More Information and Booking: Tourinform-Aggtelek
Tel: 06/48-503-000, firstname.lastname@example.org
At the Boundaries of Aggtelek
An early summer tour introduces traditional land use methods int he Aggtelek Karst, including: narrow strip plots and traditional species of field crops such as wheat, barley and rye that are rare today (and sometimes protected), as well as flowering weeds such as cornflower, cockle and larkspur.
Date and Time: 18:00
Meeting Point: parking lot by the bell tower in Aggtelek
Duration and Distance: 5 km, 3 hours
Tickets: 500 Huf/person, or 350 Huf/person if you come with a group of 10 or more people; 250 Huf/student or senior citizen; 1000 Huf/family
Maximum number of people: 30
Places must be reserved by June 2nd. Tours will only depart if a minimum of 5 people or 5 full-price tickets are sold.
More Information and Booking: Tourinform-Aggtelek, Tel: 06/48-503-000, email@example.com