Jaskinia Ciemna (Dark Cave), Ojcow National Park
(4/5 based on 15+ reviews on the web)
Jaskinia Ciemna (Dark Cave) is located in Ojcow National Park. Put Jaskinia Ciemna (Dark Cave) on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Ojcow National Park itinerary planner.
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Reviews
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  • I recommend to view the cave. Same walk a steep staircase up a nice feat for small grunts. Spectacular views of the rock ostańce próśb-a glove in the colors of autumn. Going to watch out for slippery stairs and steep approach. You need appropriate footwear.
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  • Another cave within the magnificent park. Less popular than the other, since they are not really spectacular, there is very little stalactites and stalagmites
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  • Visit combined with sightseeing OPN. The handle of the soldering tips I the blue trail through the gate of Kraków-a little poorly marked, but after dopytaniu we got. The entrance is not easy (I recommend good shoes), but it's worth it-children like to colonies of bats (take the flashlight!). The guide tells the interesting. In addition, more than cave leads the path landscape. Views every hour, on the full. In the cave of 8-10 ° c.
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  • An interesting attraction worth a visit.
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  • You can visit.
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  • An interesting cave worth visiting.
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  • One of the most interesting caves in the Jurassic period, mainly because of its picturesque location views and known archaeological site. In namulisku found a lot of Neanderthal tools, such as the famous knives prądnickie. After exploring the cave you can approach a little above, offering beautiful views of the Valley of the Pradnik. It seems that the ticket is only on the bottom, in the Valley, so if someone goes to the cave from the Smardzowic, must go down next to the cave down and once again climb into the hole (entrance from cash takes about 15-20 minutes slow pace).
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  • Very interesting cave, entrance, usually with great knowledge of the beauty and history of the region and ... sense of humor. A few metres along up the famous and beautiful Glove and even further up the trenches with residues of castles and a phenomenal panorama of the Valley of the Pradnik.
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