Baredine Cave

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Baredine Cave: Our most recommended tours and activities

  • Porec: Baredine Cave Entrance Ticket and Guided Tour

    1. Porec: Baredine Cave Entrance Ticket and Guided Tour

    Explore the Baredine Cave, an underground karst phenomenon, on this 40-minute guided tour. Descend along a 300-meter pathway and reach depths of up to 60 meters. Along the way, admire breathtaking sights such as an underground lake and 5 beautifully-decorated chambers. In the chambers, admire a range of stalactites and stalagmites which come in some interesting shapes and sizes, such as a 10-meter high "curtain", a very realistic sculpture of Our Lady, and the leaning tower of Pisa. During your tour, you will also have the opportunity to get up close and personal with underground animals such as the cave olm.

  • Istria: Baredine Cave & Traktor Story Exhibition

    2. Istria: Baredine Cave & Traktor Story Exhibition

    First visit the Baredine Cave, a stunning geomorphological karst formation that descends up to 60 meters underground. Walk along a 300-meter pathway and explore 5 chambers, which host a variety of stalactites and stalagmites in a variety of interesting shapes and sizes. During the tour, see an unusual amphibian known as the cave olm (Proteus anguinus), endemic to the caves of the region. Afterward, visit the Traktor Story Exhibition situated next to the Baredine Cave. Learn more about the evolution of farming in the region, from the earliest forms of threshing to the mechanization of agriculture in modern times. See a variety of objects, machines, and numerous preserved photographs and documents which illustrate the history of the area and its people.

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What people are saying about Baredine Cave

Despite previously purchased tickets, you have to go to the cash desk again to make them valid in order to receive the entry tickets. The good thing about the booking option is that it is paid in € and if you check the net for vouchers beforehand, you can get an additional x% discount. The cave itself is interesting and there is enough time for a few pictures of the cave, but if you want to take a family photo, the time is not given. There are 5 small rooms and there are up to 4 groups at the same time. As soon as the guide finished with the narration, the next group was already on the neck.

Really nice cave with a lot to see. Value for money and not to long which is excellent with small children