Millennium Trail (Szlak Tysiaclecia) is a commemorate of millennium of Poland. It goes through three regions: “Gorny Slask” (Upper Silesia), “Zaglebie Dabrowskie” (coal basin of Dabrowa Gornicza city) and “Malopolska” (Little Poland), which were created in several periods of history of the country. It is linking Bytom (on the west) with Skarzyce (on the east). Its route goes by indicated administrative units:
Jurassic Strongholds’ Trail (Szlak Warowni Jurajskich) is a complement of Eagles’ Nests Trail (Szlak Orlich Gniazd). It connects less recognizable or hard to reach attractions – perfect for connoisseurs. It is linking Mstow (on the north) with Rudawa (on the south). Its route goes by indicated administrative units:
Eagles’ Nests Trail (Szlak Orlich Gniazd) is a tourist core of Polish Jura (Jura Polska) between Czestochowa (on the north) and Krakow (on the south). Its route goes by indicated administrative units:
Polish Jura (Krakow-Czestochowa Jura/Krakow-Wielun Jura) is a various tourist region. Trying to determine its border based on e.g. geological structure, geographic regions, locations of medieval castles or battles of World War II we will see that they are not located exactly in the same area. This is why attempting to mark clearly and precisely the borders of Polish Jura seems to be impossible.