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Discover Lublin

Lublin, located in eastern Poland, is a city rich in history, culture, and natural beauty. It’s often referred to as “the city of inspiration” due to its charming Old Town, vibrant arts scene, and numerous tourist attractions. Guests can look forward to a diverse range of experiences that cater to various interests and preferences. From cultural and historical exploration to outdoor adventures and culinary delights, here are some different experiences you can enjoy in Lublin. 

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Lublin's Gate

A beautiful and historically significant gate, Brama Krakowska is one of the original city gates of Lublin and a great starting point for exploring the Old Town.

Delve into the city’s history

Lublin’s Old Town is a picturesque and well-preserved medieval district with cobbled streets, colorful townhouses, and lively squares. Visitors can explore historic sites like the Trinitarian Tower, as well as enjoy the vibrant local culture at the Market Square. 

Visit Lublin Castle, where you can delve into the city’s history through its museums and exhibitions. Or discover the city’s Jewish heritage by visiting the Jewish cemetery and synagogues

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Majdanek Concentration Camp

A somber reminder of World War II, Majdanek was one of the most infamous Nazi concentration camps. It is now a memorial and museum where visitors can learn about the Holocaust and pay their respects to the victims.

Outdoor adventures

Enjoy the natural beauty of Lublin by taking a walk or bike ride in the Lublin Green Belt, a system of green areas and parks. Visit the Lublin Botanical Garden for a peaceful retreat and a chance to explore diverse plant species. Or take a day trip to the nearby Kazimierz Dolny, a charming town known for its picturesque landscapes and Vistula River views.

Traditional village in Poland. Open Air Museum. Wooden houses. Wooden folk architecture from different areas of the Lublin Voivodeship. Poland

Lublin Open Air Village Museum

Located just outside the city, this open-air museum showcases rural life in Poland through the ages. It features traditional architecture, historical buildings, and exhibits that offer a glimpse into the country’s cultural heritage. 

Culinary Delights

Savor traditional Polish cuisine in local restaurants, trying dishes like pierogi, kielbasa, and bigos. Experience the local food scene by tasting regional specialties such as Lublin’s “kartacz” dumplings, and if you’re visiting at the right time, you can also explore Lublin’s culinary festivals, where you can indulge in local delicacies and street food. 

And if you’re looking to celebrate a special occasion, our hotel restaurant NIEZNANA. is the perfect place to go to. The menu is composed of international dishes and regional specialties that have been highly appreciated not only by Lublin gourmets but also by hotel guests coming from all over the world. 


For the art aficionados

Attend a performance at the Lublin Philharmonic, a hub for classical music and cultural events. And if you’re more into art, you can discover contemporary art at the Center for the Meeting of Cultures (Centrum Spotkania Kultur). 

For those faithful ones

Visit Lublin’s churches and religious sites, including the beautiful Lublin Cathedral. Lublin also features a number of religious festivals and ceremonies for an insight into the local faith and traditions. 

Medieval frescoes in Chapel of the Holy Trinity at Lublin Castle, Poland.

The Lublin Underground Route

Explore a network of tunnels beneath the Old Town that were once used for various purposes, including as a merchant route and a shelter during wartime. Guided tours provide an intriguing look into the city’s subterranean history.