Cave "Vrelo" Fužine



Working hours: weekends and holidays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., dring week from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Admission is every half hour. The last entrance is half an hour before closing time.
Entrance fee: adults 30.00 kn, children 25.00 kn and family ticket (two adults and up to three children) 60.00 kn.          

✅ Admission is every half hour, at 14:30 on weekends.
✅ Entrance fee: adults 30,00 kn, children 25,00 kn, family street (two adults and up to three children) 60,00 kn
✅ Due to epidemiological measures, up to 10 people per tour are allowed to enter the cave.
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* Adults: HRK 30.00
* Children (4-18 years): 25.00 kn
* Family ticket (two parents and up to three children): 60.00 kn
Ticket price list - for groups (15 and more people):
* Adult groups: HRK 25.00
* Groups of children (4-18 years): 20.00 kn
The cave is completely flat, has no stairs and is suitable for visitors of all ages.
The tour is provided for people with disabilities.
Entry for organized groups (more than 10 people) is provided outside working hours by prior arrangement.
The announcement of the group is made by mail: at least three days before arrival.
The guided tour takes about 20 minutes.

The temperature in the cave is 8 degrees so we ask visitors to bring appropriate clothing.


Brief information about the cave:

The Vrelo cave in Fužine was discovered by chance in the 1950s during the construction of the Bajer reservoir. Its age is estimated at 3.5-4 million years.

Although it is only 300 meters long, it is extremely beautiful and rich in cave decorations. The special value of the cave is given by its water - at only fifty meters there is a beautiful mountain spring, lake and abyss that make it especially attractive. The clear and cold mountain stream is from the Ličanka river basin and floods the cave in extremely rainy periods.
Due to its beauty, the Vrelo cave is often called "Postojna in small". The cave was arranged for visits and restored with new lighting and a footpath with bridges in 1998. Due to the mild configuration of the terrain, without a single step, it is the only tourist cave in Europe that can be visited by all ages, children, the elderly and even the disabled in wheelchairs.
Annually, the Vrelo cave is visited by more than 10 thousand guests.



Contact: + 385 / (0) 91 / 183-5000 (Monday - Friday from 7-15 h) 

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