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Eagle Nests Trial lies in the area between Kraków and Częstochowa, in Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. It is a marked trail named after a chain of 25 medieval castles and strongholds which the trail passes by. The ruins are called Eagle Nests because of their placing on a 30 meters tall rock formations. The trail is 163.9 km in length and it is one of the most beautiful places in Poland and the cradle of Polish culture.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trail_of_the_Eagles%27_Nests

Ostaniec Hotel lies in Podlesice village (GPS coordinates: 50.56856 N 19.53381 E) in the administrative district of Kroczyce Community, within Zawierciański County, Śląskie Voivodeship, in south Poland. It is located approximately 60 km north-east of the regional capital Katowice and approximately 80 km north-west of Kraków. But what is the most important is that the Hotel is also in the area of Kraków-Częstochowa Upland (or Jura) and Eagle Nests Trial (Landscaped Park of Eagle Nests).

"The location of Ostatniec Hotel in the centre of Jura makes it the perfect place for a rest connected with sightseeing of the biggest medieval castle ruins in Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. As well as, sightseeing of Góra Zborów Reserve of unanimated nature and Deep Cave which are situated in the immediate vicinity of Ostaniec Hotel.

Across the area of reserve hiking trails lead: Eagle Nests (red), Rzędkowicki (green), and Liaison from parking lot of Deep Cave (black). And in the vicinity runs hiking trail of Strongholds of Jura (blue). There are also three popular bike trails: Eagle Nests (red), Myszków-Siewierz (black) and Hotel Ostaniec (green). And at last but not least, there is Transjura Horse Trail."

Source: http://www.ostaniec.com.pl/lokalizacja-jura

Bobolice Castle Ruins

Source: http://www.ostaniec.com.pl/galeria-okolica

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