Underground Labyrinth of the Buday Fortress
The Buday Fortress is known not only to its unique architecture and long history, but also underground labyrinths that do not cease to attract tourists from all over the world.
Underground corridors are an ancient labyrinth, one of the longest and largests not only in Europe, but also around the world. Exotic and one of the central attractions can be found in the city center. Underground caves and halls run at a depth of almost 20 meters. Archaeologists and scientists suggest that the labyrinth appeared naturally by more than half a million years ago. Once inside the corridors lived ancient people. A little later, the labyrinth began to perform not only the functions of the house or shelter. Often in military periods, stone walls served as a shelter, which placed more than 20,000 soldiers and local residents. Also labyrinths were used as warehouse.
Currently, Buday labyrinths do not have strategic functions and are freely available for tourists. Not far from the entrance is a museum in which you can purchase an underground card. Tourists get a unique opportunity to walk on the old catacombs in the semit. You can wander on mysterious corridors for a long time, because the length of each of them can reach up to 1.5 kilometers.