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The Lóczy Cave (Lóczy-Barlang) is localized in the north part of Balatonfüred, the green truck leads there from the Szent István Square via streets Arácsi and Öreghegyi.
Ticket - 200 forints (~0,8 euro), less for children, approx time for visit - 15 minutes.
Open: 1 May-30 September 10 a.m.-17 p.m.
Closed on Mondays.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
This is the beach located a few kilometers away from the main strand and marina. I think we may have been the only non-Hungarians there! Esterhagzy is a long stretch of grass, with lots of trees, and a very short sandy area at the water's edge. You can swim in the water here, and there are docks a little bit away from shore where you can sunbathe. There are a lot of food stalls here, serving many different types of fast food. There is a DJ playing Top 40 english songs and popular Hungarian music as well.
The entrance fee is 350 Ft for the whole day. The price is reduced after 1.
Written Oct 9, 2005
It is located to the north of Balatonfured. We went trough the forest up and up. But we were compensated for the amazing view to Balatofured, Balaton Lake and surrounding forests. We were there before the rain and the sky was from light to dark colours!
We took a map and asked at the tourist office how to go there. There is no public transport to go there.
Updated Jul 28, 2005
Found in 1894 the Lóczy Cave (Lóczy-Barlang) was opened for the public in 1934. Build with limestone layers in horizontal formation, created by warm waters gushing up from the deep. Caverns are on a few levels, so the way leads on stairs. Totally length about 120 m.
Written Jul 13, 2003