Zlá Diera cave will keep you cool during the heat

Choose from two routes. One is suitable for children, the other is more demanding.

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Zlá Diera (Bad Hole) cave is the only accessible cave in the Prešov region.

It is located in the forest near Lipovce village, Korzár Sme reported. It was made accessible for the first time 18 years ago.

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Visitors can choose between the basic, 40-minute undemanding route or the more demanding speleological route.

The cave is not electrified so tourists receive a helmet and the light comes from traditional cave torches.

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