There are only a few lime tuff caves like this in the world; Anna Cave was discovered in the early 19th century. In the hanging garden of Hotel Palota, 150,000-200,000 years ago, lime separated from the waters of the Szinva karst spring completely covered the surrounding vegetation. The cavities of the cave, situated next to the Szinva waterfall, were formed by the water from the springs breaking their way through the formations. You can see unique things such as lime-crusted roots or leaf imprints that almost resemble lace. And don’t be alarmed if you see bats circling overhead, they are the most prominent representatives of the cave’s wildlife.