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Ojcow National Park Tour

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See Mysterious Caves, Amazing Castles, Ruins & More

Established in 1956, Ojców National Park is located just 25 km from Krakow’s Old Town.

Ojców National Park is Poland’s smallest national park and a natural wonderland. The park is famous for its stunning limestone rock formations, including caves, cliffs, and gorges. It is home to the Ojców trout, a native species that thrives in the pristine waters of the park’s rivers and streams.

During our tour you will visit the original Pieskowa Skała Castle, one of the most famous examples of Renaissance architecture in Poland, built at the beginning of the 14th century and rebuilt in the 16th century. In front of the castle there is the so-called Maczuga Herkulesa, what you can translate to Hercules Bludgeon, a limestone column 25 meters high.

The next stop is the Łokietka Cave. According to legend, this place became the shelter of the Polish king Władysław Łokietek during the Czech invasion. We invite you for a walk along the Prądnik River valley. You will see the ruins of King Casimir the Great’s castle and the wooden Chapel on the Water. Your private guide will uncover all the secrets of this beautiful natural land.

A day tour in a Park combined with a trout tasting is an unforgettable culinary experience that allows you to savor the unique park atmosphere while discovering the culinary richness of this picturesque region of Poland.


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