Ojcow National Park
The Ojcow National Park, although the smallest out of 23 national parks in Poland, ranks as one of the top ones to visit. What makes Ojcow unique is the sheer wealth of attractions packed into its 21 square kilometers. The park is characterized by steep slopes and phenomenal rock formations including the 25m high Hercules Club and the 15m high Krakow Gate. There are 400 caves registered in the park, the biggest ones are Ciemna Cave (230 metres long) and Lokietek’s Cave (270m).