The Jura Upland

Covering about a 160km span along the border of the Małopolska and Upper Silesia provinces leading north west from Kraków to Częstochowa, the appropriately titled Kraków-Częstochowa Jura Upland is a stunningly dramatic and diverse expanse of standing limestone rocks, karst formations, cliffs, castles, valleys, streams and caves. Treasured by botanists, geologists, zoologists, sportsmen and tourists alike, the Jura Upland is recognised as one of Poland’s most precious natural areas.