Ojców National Park was established in 1956, and is the smallest of Poland’s national parks. It’s just a short 16-kilometer drive from central Krakow, near the village of Ojców.
On this 5-hour excursion from Krakow, you’ll head to the small valley formed by the Prądnik and Saspówka rivers, where the park is located.
This region is rich in flint, which attracted early humans. The earliest settlement in the area dates back around 120,000 years.
See the Pieskowa Skała Castle, the Chapel of St. Joseph, also known as the Chapel on the Water, the ruins of the gothic castle in Ojców and the wonders of nature, including the Club of Hercules.
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