Ojców National Park
Estabilished in 1956 Ojcow National Park is only 25 km away from Krakow’s Old Town. This picturesque area is full of mysterious caves, amazing castels, ruins and limestone rocks. The Park is characterised by richeness of species and interesting rock formations.
At the beginning you will visit the original Pieskowa Skala Castle, one of the best-known examples of Renaissance architecture in Poland, donated in 1377 and rebuilt in XVI century. In front of the Castle there is the Hercule’s Club, 25-meter high limestone column.
The next stop is solutional Łokietek’s Cave. According to the legend, this place became the shelter of Polish king Wladyslaw Lokietek during Czech’s invasion. We invite you for a walk along Prądnik River Valley. You will see the ruins of Kazimierzowski castle and wooden “chapel on the water”. Your private guide will reveal all secrets of this beautiful, natural land.
You will be picked up by private guide and we will take to Ojców and back to Krakow by private car.