Donje Baredine Things to Do
Silazak na prvi nivo, okupljanje i uobicajeni bla bla ne bas spretne vodickinje. Mala si je zadala zadatak al' joj bas i ne ide. Uglavnom, odavdje se krece u dubinu...., pa ajde da i to vidimo
The temperature in the cave is 14 C degrees and the visitors will be advised to put on some warm clothing but to be honest I didn't need it. In fact, it was very refreshing and comfortable since the outside temperature, on a day of my visit, was around 35 C degrees. However, it is reasonable to bring warm cloths in order to avoid temperature shock.
The visitor will pass through 5 halls and 5 galleries during approximately 40 minutes walk along the 300 meters long path, under guidance of a tour guide. The path is pretty narrow but comfortable and easy to make except at two or 3 positions where the very steep stairs leading to the next gallery. The steep stairs are made of iron and have handrails.
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Next to to cave is an info and ticket stand, admission cost 60kn for the adults and 35kn for the children age 6-12 years. A visitor will be asked to fulfill the language in order to form groups while visiting the cave. Entrance to the cave is every 30 minutes.
Favorite Dish: A roofed terrace, next to the info stand, is offering a local gastronomic specialities which is rich and delicious. Next to it they set a large space with wooden made tables and banches for the picnic lovers. Using own food and drinks is allowed there.
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There excist sort of museum, right next to the cave, called "Tractor story" with a permanent exibition of about 50 historic tractors and various types of engines. Besides engines there are also various agricultural items, photographs and documents linked to the history of the area and its people.