Join our trip to some selected sites located in the Eagles’ Nests Landscape Park. During our one-day trip you will have a chance to see some amazing mediaeval buildings as well as some picturesque landscapes of the Krakow-Czestochowa Upland.
The Trail of the Eagles’ Nests is a tourist route running through the Małopolskie and Śląskie Voivodeships. It starts in Krakow and terminates in Częstochowa and has a span of 164 kilometers. The route’s name comes from the ruins of the castles and strongholds lying along it. They are called “Eagles’ Nests” due to their location on rocks, some of which are 30-meters high.
Our route of the trip runs through closer surroundings of Krakow. Here we will see, among others castle in Korzkiew and we will also pass through a fragment of the picturesque Ojców National Park. The castle in Pieskowa Skała and Hercules Club rising nearby will provide unforgettable experiences. In the castle itself we will visit the courtyard and the observation tower. The next visited objects are the ruins of the castles in Rabsztyn and Ogrodzieniec. In both cases, the ruins were adapted to tourist traffic. The monumentality of the buildings and views from the towers provide extraordinary impressions. The huge ruins of the castle in Ogrodzieniec has recently gained popularity thanks to the series "The Witcher". On the way to the magnificent castle in Ogrodzieniec an undoubted attraction will be a stop at the viewpoint next to the only desert in Europe - the Błędowska Desert. The last two objects are located next to each other. There are castles in Mirów and Bobolice. The last one has been rebuilt in recent years and made available to the public.
Itinerary: Kraków - Korzkwiew - Pieskowa Skała - Rabsztyn - Błędowska Desert - Ogrodzieniec - Bobolice - Kraków
Price includes: transport, english speaking guide service, admission fees, basic insurance.