Castle in Olsztyn. One of the most recognizable strongholds on the Trail of the Eagles' Nests and located less than 23 km from the Rosochacz Ranch is the Olsztyn Castle. The 35-meter-high cylindrical tower catches the eye from afar. The castle dates from the 13th century and was built as one of the elements of the defense system of Małopolska from the side of Silesia. It underwent a significant expansion during the reign of Casimir the Great. However, the later Swedish Deluge and the Northern War turned out to be disastrous for the Castle, which never later returned to its glory state. Currently, the castle is the background of many cultural events and knight tournaments. Admission to the castle is payable (PLN 7 for adults, PLN 4 for students and retirees).
Castle in Bobolice. Located less than 26 km from the Rosochacz Ranch, the Castle in Bobolice is one of the most famous strongholds on the Trail of the Eagles' Nests. The fortress in Bobolice was built in the 14th century. It was originally a royal castle built on the initiative of Charlemagne. Bobolice belonged to the system of border strongholds intended to defend the Kingdom of Poland against invasions from Silesia. The castle is open to visitors (PLN 15 for adults, PLN 10 for youth and pensioners).
Castle in Mirów. One of the most beautiful buildings on the Jurassic Trail of Eagles' Nests, and 25 kilometers from the Ranch Rosochacz, is the Mirów Castle. The monumental shape of the castle, lying on the hill, makes a great impression. The fortress is one of the oldest defensive structures in the Kraków-Częstochowa Jura. The brick watchtower was built around the 14th century in the times of Casimir the Great. Entry to the castle is payable (PLN 7 for adults, PLN 5 for students and pensioners)