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This castle looks like it's out of a fairy tale. And with all its history it pretty much is. With legend of a local girl being thrown into the well for not wanting to marry to fantastic artwork from centuries below. This castle is well...More
We went up North of Krakow to see the Pieskowa Skała castle and the adjacent interesting rock formation called Herkules’ Club. Lovely place, even when closed (we arrived late in the afternoon). The walk around the castle and the views are worthwhile the 40 min...More
This imposing castle has a wonderful setting above Ojcow National Park. There are several car parks here and they are quite popular. We ended up parking a little further down the road near the Hercules Club and walked here. From the large gatehouse you enter...More
Great place to visit. The castle is lovely and the views for the gardens are really impressive. It is very close to Maczuga Herkulesa rock, so it gives some nice walks opportunities in the neighbouring area.
A beautiful renaissance castle which hosted a museum with a separate exhibition of that in the Wawel castle in Krakow. To get inside, as i then eventually learnt took place in many museums around Poland, we had to put some kind of slippers under our...More
I spent an awful day of Sunday in Krakow, the city looked sorrow for losing its charm and peace, was crying of desperation being harassed by thousands of people crowding its streets, I didn’t like it, but the next day I left for the castles...More
Ojcow is charming. It is not the most attractive, mountains are more hills than mountains, the whole area if not huge, but this place, this whole region, has it. The small castle on the hill is just charismatic. Walking paths, running/ jogging places, food simple...More
A renovated castle with picturesque views and park, and a hidden art gallery inside. It offers free entrance on Fridays, and children under 7 are also free to go inside. Moreover, children get a colorful book (made of postcards) and stickers, so while coming from...More
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The most interesting thing inside (at least for me) is hidden gardens (it is not a park) nearby the wall. It is not possible to see from outside. Unfortunately, I don't know about the gates. In addition to the castle you can... More
The most interesting thing inside (at least for me) is hidden gardens (it is not a park) nearby the wall. It is not possible to see from outside. Unfortunately, I don't know about the gates. In addition to the castle you can visit "Maczuga Herkulesa" which is very close to walk.