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Visiting The Moravian Karst

The Moravian Karst

Moravian Karst (caves) is - with over 100 km- the largest and the most beautiful karst area in Central Europe. You can visit four spectacular caves or the famous the largest and the most beautiful karst area in Central Europe., some 138m deep and steeped in terrifying legends.

Beside these attractions the area is interlaced with many tourist foot trails that lead you among other beautiful places to remarkable valleys so typical for the karst landscape or to Rudické propadání (Rudice Sink) where a river suddenly disappears into the caves and come back to the ground 12 km further.

  • Macocha Abyss is more than 138m deep, 174m long and 74m wide “light hole” (i.e. the sunlight gets to its bottom during the day) abyss and it is the largest abyss of its kind in Central Europe. There are two view platforms on its edge – the Upper and Lower foot bridge. There is a cable cart that takes you from the Punkva caves to the Uper Bridge of Macocha.
  • Punkevní jeskyně (Punkva Caves) are the most visited ones, also thanks to their underground river that runs through them. A boat ride on the river through the caves is a part of the guided tour. During the tour you pass through the bottom of the Macocha Abyss.
  • Kateřinská jeskyně (Catherine’s Cave) is also a part of prehistorical outgoing water cave. Traces after water stream are apparent on its walls, creating erosion holes. The cave is known for its impressive and unique limestone columns.
  • Balcarka Cave – its halls are the most beautiful part of the Moravian Karst. The stalactite decoration on walls and ceilings is very rich, well-preserved and clear here. You can admire transparent, snow-white, yellow, beige as well as brownish stalactites.
  •  Sloupsko-Šošůvské jeskyně (Sloup-Šošůvka Caves) are huge. So far 4200 meters of underground corridors have been explored, the tour through them is 1,5 km long and takes you to a large complex of domes and underground gorges created in two levels.








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