By Euro Weekly News Media • 08 October 2014 • 18:08
THE MOST visited cave in Spain, ‘La Cueva de Nerja’ plans on making some changes to cater to an increase in attendance.
The proposal to revamp the entrance has been approved along with other ways of enhancing the experience the cave has to offer to its visitors.
Audiovisual content is to be implemented in the waiting area so that before the tour begins inside the cave, the visitors can familiarise themselves with facts.
An application is even undergoing development in order to enhance the visitation experience.
The entire project was approved in the 2014 budget and is set to cost 3.9 million euros.
This year marks the 55th anniversary of the caves discovery in 1959 which is why the manager of the Nerja Cave Foundation believes that it will be a perfect opportunity to increase the attendance even more.
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