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This a really nice park and definitely worth a visit. The easiest way to get there is by car, but if you don't have the luxury of that there is always public transport. I used the 210 busline and got off at czajowice. From there it's about a 10-15 min to the park. The park offers some nice things such as caves and some small remains of a castle (just the gate house). It has also a nice selection of restaurants at different places along the main road going through the park. All the (information) signs in the park are in almost exclusively in Polish. However the signs indicating walking routes are easy to follow. Do keep in mind that the extra activities (such as the caves) all cost money and they don't accept card, only cash. It's not that expensive though (one of the caves was 8 zloty and the gatehouse was 3 zloty). Also have some extra cash for the public transport, not all machines on the trams and busses accept card. The easiest thing would be to buy the tickets before you go (two 60-minutes tickets should be enough to go back and forth, these are five zloty each).
the smallest of all Polish national parks, but it hides a wealth of attractions and lots of geological, natural and cultural
The park is big and the scenery is amazing. Especially that huge cliffs
My favourite green zone within Krakow city limits. At the same time it's the gate to the amazing Jura Krakowsko-Częstochowska. Lots of easy hiking trails. If you want to take some time off from the busy city life - this is the place.
One of the best parks I've been. The valley is absolutely beautiful, looks like it belongs to a fairy tale. The best is the lack of crowds (like in Tatra, omg) and the short distances within the park. You can see the most sites in one day. Take the green trail for the best views, and don't forget the yellow trail to spot some beaver dams and maybe the animal itself. . :)
To get here by car , just navigate to the village Ojcow. It's part of the park, very cute with some shops and restaurants
X-th Wonder of the World. Must-see on Krakow roundabouts.
Wonderful place for a walk or a bike ride.
Great place for cycling!
Great experience, beautiful views.
Very nice national Park. In good weather you can spend the whole day there. Anyone who has a car is a clear advantage.
The place you need to visit. A piece of fantastic, diverse nature.
Place must to see. The fantastic piece of diverse nature.
Nice natural park outside Krakow. You can not only see the caves, castles, and enjoy beautiful forest views, but also treat yourself with delicious fresh grilled trout raised in the local ponds.
A great view and nice outdoor place
A national park in Krakow County, in southern Poland, established in 1956. It takes its name from the village of Ojcow. Chopin visited Ojcow in 1829. It is Poland's smallest national park, with an area of 21.46 km2.