If going back in time is your thing, follow the trail of wooden architecture too! Going further, you will find attractions connected to nature (and history!), in the form of the Kraków-Częstochowa Jura Upland, where you can also follow the trail of the Eagles' Nests - a fascinating walking route following 16 structures (mostly castles) built during the reign of Casimir III the Great on the then border of Poland, protecting it from invaders. The outdoor attractions don't end there, as you visit the crowning glory in the form of the Beskid mountain range, great for hillwalkers, cyclists and skiers alike! For foodies, or for anyone travelling in Silesia for any of their chosen trips, it's also advisable to try the local cuisine, and the Silesian Tourist Organisation has this very need in mind with their 'Silesian Tastes' culinary trail. Whatever your interests, the Silesian Tourism Organisation (Śląska Organizacja Turystyczna) is a fantastic resource that can help you with your planning! Happily visit their site for in-depth information, or visit the tourist information office in Katowice's main square for a wealth of useful resources and guides to the gems of Silesia.