1. From Kraków: Ojców National Park and Pieskowa Skała Castle
Following pick-up from your accommodation in Kraków, journey to Ojców National Park in the Jurassic Plateau between the Prądnik and Sąspówka rivers. Visit some of the 400 caves in the park on the famous Trail of the Eagle's Nests. Marvel at miracles of nature, such as the amazing Club of Hercules rock formation, and visit Pieskowa Skala castle to admire one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture in Poland. Now home to a branch of the Wawel Royal Castle, Pieskowa Skala was built by King Casimir III in the first half of the 14th century and is stunningly situated on the edge of a limestone cliff. Next, visit the wooden Chapel of St. Joseph ("Chapel on Water") and see the ruins of the Gothic castle in Ojców. Admire the beautiful surroundings of Ojców National Park before the return journey to Kraków.