Looking to visit a cave in Germany on your next adventure? To help you better plan your next outdoor experience, we’ve collected Germany’s 20
best caves for you. Based on the experiences of other users, each is a recommendation you know you can trust — so you can better plan your next adventure.
The giant castle at Doos is a so-called cave ruin in the valley of the Wiesent in the municipality Wiesenttal. It represents the remnant of a larger karst cave of Frankendolomit, which was created by the action of water.
The Buchenlochhöhle is a 30 meter long, publicly accessible cave. Excavations in the 19th century found tools and animal bones from the Ice Age. To discover the cave, you should bring a flashlight, because there is no artificial light inside.