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Krk: Biserujka Cave Entrance Ticket

1. Krk: Biserujka Cave Entrance Ticket

Located on the island of Krk, north of the village of Rudine, the place consist of a stone house from which Enter a stone house and descend the concrete stairs leading to a depth of 6 meters below the entrance. Continue through a small hall called the Balcony and the partially carved passage called the Shaft, follow the narrowest part of the trail through the cave. Go down more concrete stairs into the Great Hall. Look up at the ceiling and the walls of the hall, which are rich in stunning stalactites and stalagmites. The bottom of the Great Hall is located 13 meters below the point of entry. Feel flowing air from a crevice at the end of the cave. See how the groove on the northern side of the Great Hall transforms into the Arched Hall, which constitutes its lowest part. Keep following the path into the final part of the cave, named the Cypress Hall. This hall has about 20 meters in length, 9 meters in width, and about 2.5 meters in height, and rises almost to the surface. Start to feel the temperature drop to 15°C and relative humidity of about 95% in the deeper part of Biserujka Cave, known as Vitezićeva Cave. Spot the six steno-endemic species of wildlife, including a species of pseudoscorpion that was discovered in the cave. Learn about how the cave became listed in the National Ecological Network to preserve the endemic species and habitats, karst caves and pits. Learn more about the barren and rocky area around Biserujka and discover its unique characteristics on a 30-minute Educational Trail.

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You feel like you are in an elf world. It glitters and is just beautiful. I would wish that not everyone was just let in and the cave was completely crammed with people and you could hardly get in or out, but that there was an admission stop after a limited number and the entrance only opened again when someone came out again . There was no guided tour as announced. Just walk through and feel good if you can block out the crowds. This went on until people walked past us shouting abuse to let everyone know what a waste of money it was. I would have also wished for earmuffs for me. I thought it was simply beautiful there….

The cave itself looks very nice, although as others said, it is a bit short, takes only like 20 minutes. There were a lot of people when I visited it in August and the place was very crowded. Make sure to purchase your ticket online, otherwise you would have to wait out the entry line, which was around 2 hours when I was there!

Definitely worth seeing. In the off-season (end of September) there were 6 of us. In the cave. The lady who was the guide told us interesting facts. Definitely worth seeing for the money. You can also walk from dirt within 10 minutes to a small ruin down on the beach.

Lovely cave but very small. There wasn’t a guided tour (that was suggested during the booking) but a tour guide standing in the middle and if she thought you looked interesting she told you facts about the cave.She was very knowledgable and we had a great chat.

Small but pleasant cave, detailed guidance is available.