How much time does it take to walk through the Labyrinth? Approx. half an hour.

What clothing should I wear? Regular street clothes are adequate.

Will I get lost in the Labyrinth? No. Arrows will help you to find your way.

What is the temperature inside the Labyrinth? 16-18 degrees Celsius.

What is the humidity level inside the Labyrinth? The humidity level is 90 %.

Can the caves be visited without a guide? Yes, because the arrows help you to find your way.

Where can I park near the Labyrinth? On the Lovas Way (Lovas út), which is one-way,
and opens from Palota Way (Palota út).

Opening Hours

Open every day of the year until 7 p.m.

Last entry at 18:30 o’clock.

The opening hours are informative, the times are subject to change without notice.


The Labyrinth cave system was in the Middle Ages used for many things: it was used as a shelter, basement, hospital or prison.

The Turkish harem was above the entrance of the Labyrinth, at the junction of the Uri, Hajadon and Tárnok Street. On the Hajadon Street side you can still see many densely gridded windows.

Several female skeletons from the Turkish period were found by explorers in the Labyrinth. These women were most likely walled in during the 150 year Turkish rule, or were thrown into the wells when the Turks were forced out of the castle.

In the Middle Ages the castle dwellers hid their wealth from the tax collectors in the Labyrinth.

The Labyrinth has many wells, it is said that every house is located above one. The introduction of tap water made their water undrinkable.