Lipa cave, one of the oldest obtained caves in Montenegro, where you can experience the fascination beauty of karst formation and an unforgettable underground adventure, will open for visitors from April 1st.

This well-known tourist attraction is 2,5 km long and has numerous tunnels, corridors and chambers, decorated with fascinating stalactites and stalagmites, which are some of the reasons why it is worth visiting Lipa Cave. Its originality is proved not only by its nature beauty but also with historical value.

Located near Cetinje and visited  by more than 20 thousand people per year, the cave will traditionally open its beautiful and wild system of 2,5 km of passages and halls for visitors in April.

Ticket prices will remain the same as last year. The ticket price for adults is 10.9 eur, for children up to five years 1 eur, and for children from 5-15 years old 6.9 eur. The price includes parking, a train drive to the cave and back, a tour of the cave, a guide and insurance.

Lipa Cave was open for tours since 2015. Tours are easily accessible as cave is located only 33 km from Budva, 35 km from Podgorica, and 5 km from Cetinje. Its built-in trails and modern lighting make it even more attractive and perfectly safe. The cave is preserved in line with high environmental conservation standards.

Learn about Lipa Cave’s place in Montenegrin history from our guide. Admire the underground river and geological formations as you walk the length of the cave.

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