You can park in the free car park, about 200 meters from the entrance to the cave. There is a covered seating area by the car park.
The transition through the cave is not difficult. There are stairs, of course, but it's not terrible. The cave is only there (up). Back (down) you go on the surface, on a gravel sidewalk.
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There is no need to walk uphill to the Jasovská Cave, as is the case with many caves. The entrance is located on the outskirts of the village Jasov. Jasovská Cave is a karst, limestone classic created by the river Bodva. At the end of the tour you can see the bones of bears, foxes and wolves, which they found here and left without further preservation in the cave. You can also see the inscription left here by the discoverers of the cave. Finally, you will be released into the daylight above the entrance to the cave, perhaps a 5-minute walk along a gravel path with railings.