Visitors with Mobility Impairments
Attractions within the Postojna Cave Park are accessible to wheelchair users and visitors with mobility impairments.
There are special parking spaces designated for visitors with mobility impairments within the Postojna Cave Park, as well as adapted access points and accessible toilets.
Postojna Cave is fully adapted to visitors with mobility impairments. During the cave tour, the Postojna Cave staff help getting visitors on and off the train and make sure wheelchairs are delivered to the final train stop.
The path through the cave has a non-slip concrete surface and is without steps. It does, however, have a slightly sloping section, which is approximately 200 metres in length, rising by about 40 metres, and is followed by a similar descending section (a 20% incline). Visitors with mobility impairments who need a wheelchair and/or assistance from a person tending to them are advised to visit the part of Postojna Cave that is toured by cave train. You are of course welcome to do the entire tour, however, providing that you are accompanied by a person, who can help you get over the sloping path section inside the cave. The cave footpath is 1.2 kilometres long.
All visitors with mobility impairments and their companions are entitled a 50% discount on tour tickets, providing they present a suitable mobility impairment certificate.
Expo Cave Karst
The exhibition is housed in a new building that has been fully adapted to wheelchair users.
The zoo with cave-dwelling animals is located in the immediate vicinity of the Postojna Cave entrance and can be accessed by wheelchair users.
Unfortunately, medieval architects did not adapt the castle to visitors with mobility impairments. As there are many steps, the castle is not suitable for people with severe mobility problems and wheelchair users.