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Ojcowski National Park & Pieskowa Skała Castle

The most charming among Polish National Parks, situated in north of Krakow, embraces rich plant and animal life, an unusual landscape made up of canyons up to 120 m deep and white limestone cliffs containing innumerable caves.
The park was home of many watchtowers and castles. Driving along "The Trail of the Eagles' Nests" you can admire amazingly beautiful landscape of gorges and rock formations with the famous "Hercules's Club". On the route sightseeing of Pieskowa Skała Castle – the best preserved example of medieval bordering fortresses. The Castle was erected on a rocky pinnacle hanging over the Pradnik River valley in the 14th century (rebuild in 16th century in Renaissance style) and nowadays affiliates with the Museum of National Wawel Art Collection.