Aggtelek together with Jósvafő are famous for their huge and beautiful karst cave system.
There is a direct bus from Budapest every day at 6:15AM which takes 4 and a half hour to Aggtelek.
There are no direct buses from Miskolc; to reach Aggtelek, a change is needed (mostly at Kazincbarcika). The journey takes about two hours (70km) and costs approx. HUF 1300 one way. Buses start in each hour.
Hitch hiking is also a good option since it is probably going to take you half the time as by bus. The best bet is road 26 towards Kazinc first and then either take the bus or continue to Miskolc.
Aggtelek itself is very small; the best is to walk in the village. However, the cave entraces are a bit further from Aggtelek:
• Baradla cave, Aggtelek (1km) is west from the village
• Vöröstó cave, Aggtelek (3.5km) is east from the village
• Baradla cave, Jósvafő (6km) is next to Hotel Tengerszem, just before the entrance of Jósvafő
All buses between Aggtelek and Jósvafő stop at the cave entrances.
Jósvafő village: old village with houses typical in the region. There is a small country house which can be visited inside.
Szinpetri: the largest book in the world (Guiness Record).
MagtArt: contemporary gallery in Bódvaszilas
The restaurant at Hotel Tengerszem is still closed in 2016.
There is a restaurant at Hotel Öreg Malom Jósvafő .
There are a couple of eateries opposite to the entrance of Baradla cave Aggtelek. Mostly they are open during daytime.
L'Huillier-Coburg Mansion  A beautifully renovated castle between Miskolc and Aggtelek. Castle tours are available each hour and lasts 90 minutes. Open 10:00-17:00 in winter and 10:00-18:00 in summer, except Monday.