Bystrianska cave is famous for its rock formations and the net of under terrain spaces. There are also agglomeration seals.
The cave is the result of tectonic erosion and modeled by the under terrain flow, which flows through cave spaces 15-20 meters below the tourist route. You can see three gaps of 20 meters in depth.
Local inhabitants knew about the cave a long time ago. The first studies started here in 1923. They were focused above the Peklo gap. In 1926 diggers managed to reach the New cave.
In 1939 this cave was opened for tourists but there was no electricity there. The lower hall of the cave has comfortable climatic conditions suitable for respiratory disease healing.
The cave examination takes 45 minutes approximately. The route is 580 meters length. The temperature within the cave is 5.7-6.7 degrees Celsium.