A bicycle is an ideal means of transport for getting around Jura Krakowsko-Częstchowska (Częstochowa Jurassic Region), which is located about 40 min ride from Krakow. This form of sightseeing allows groups to enjoy active team relaxation, while also it allows to admire wonderful views and enjoy pure nature in this extremely charming region of Poland. One of our German school groups made use of this fact during their stay in Krakow 14-18 08.2017 and went on a bicycle trip, which we happily organized for them. It was quite a challenge as there were 83 people in this group, so as you can imagine there were quite a lot of bicycles needed. The purpose of the trip was to see the monuments of the "Eagles' Nests" trail. Eagles’ Nests is a name for numerous castles built on high, limestone rock outliers, which in the Middle Ages defended the trade route from Krakow to Greater Poland (Wielkopolska Region). The cycling adventure route led through wild forests and picturesque valleys surrounded by rocky hills, which constantly accompany this unique sights. Along the way, the group also visited one of the most beautiful places in the Małopolska region, i.e. Ojców National Park and Pieskowa Skala Castle - a pearl of Polish architecture. The weather was marvelous, so the group was really happy with the whole trip and gave everyone a lot of satisfaction. We believe that bicycle sightseeing is very pleasant way of sightseeing so we recommend it to everyone.