Ojców National Park, only 16 km away from Krakow, is the smallest national park in Poland, however it has great number of unique sites to see. Short walk through this park allows you to see rare examples of fauna and flora (like Betula oycoviensis, fir, hornbeam, common sea-buckthorn, bats, owls, goldcrest, tree frog ect.) In the park you will find also wonders of nature, like the Club of Hercules. There is a little bit of history as well - ruins of Castle in Ojców, part of a system of castles known as the Eagle's Nests and the culmination will be Castle in Pieskowa Skała, the marvelous Renaissance castle situated on white limestone rocks.
(we kindly ask to make reservation at least 1 day before tour starts)
The smallest but still one of the most beautiful national park in Poland.
One of the most glorious exmples of Renaissance residential architecture.
built by King Casimir III the Great in the 14th century.
According to local legend Tzar Nicholas II, prohibited commerce constructions of sacred objects on his land and clever people built it "on the water".
Famous limestone rock formation.
There is minimal number of participants required: min. 2 people