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Category: National parks, Local time: 13:57:49
Aggtelek National Park and Karst Area is an important protected landscape area and the UNESCO Site situated along the border with Slovakia
. It is linked with the Slovak Karst area.
The Aggtelek National Park and Karst Area is well-known for the famous cave system called Baradla. There is also another cave system Szabadsag, about 10km long. In 1995, the karst caves were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Both caves systems have been made available to the public. The Aggtelek National Park and Karst Area is interesting not only for its underground but also for the above ground with numerous hiking trails.
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Last update: Nov 10, 2012 7:19:03 AM
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: hiking, climbing, caving Character of the park
: lake, insular Protected animal species
: deer, Bengali white tiger, falcon, wolf (Canis lupus), tiger (Panthera tigris), butterfly, eagle, owl Other services
: campsite Distance from the main road
: 11.991602694207 Why to go there?