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All reviews guided tour per person well worth a visit car park small museum entrance fee beautiful place young children half an hour great for kids great place to visit souvenir shops ticket price stalactites and stalagmites interesting history small train mini train
Nice cave, not very long though. The tour is about 15-20 min. From parking, you can go with a small tractor driven train to the cave entrance (costs 2 euro per adult, 1 euro per child) or you can walk (15 min) if it is...More
We were a family of 4 holidaying in kalethia and drove 40 minutes in our hire car to visit the caves. I had seen the caves when searching for things to do online . We took the noddy train up to the cave at a...More
We visited petralona caves as a part of our summer holiday in halkidiki.
The cave itself is impressive and worth a look, but you aren't allowed in without a guide. The guide didn't actually give us any information at all and the objective seems to...More
The access to the cave is restricted from the main road for the last 1 km - you can walk or get the train (Eur 2 / adult, Eur 1/kid). The entrance fee is Eur 8/adult, free for kids (at least 10 and less).
An amazing cave, beautiful as only nature can create. The small museum shows the bones found and an impressive replica of the intact neanderthaler skull, aged between 700 and 300 thousand years.
You arrive by car at a bus stop with souvenir shops. For 2€...More
We were at Petralona cave, with our 3 sons this June.
It is beautiful and very rich of historical facts. Little open-train is driving you to cave.
It is very near Poligiros, maybe 20 min driving from Gerakini, where we had our holiday.