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Lublin is the largest city in southeastern Poland with a buzzing cultural and university scene. It offers the usual amenities of any city this size, including excellent hotels, restaurants and nightlife. The city is well known for being the main transport hub for road and rail connections for all areas of Poland.
Many travellers visit Lublin for their special interest in History, WWII in particular. The city’s historical core, the Rynek was insult to injury in the communist period and Lublin was forced to industrialisation. Now the Rynek is being restored, and stylish clubs and restaurants are giving a new lease of life to Lublin’s centre Renaissance and Baroque town houses.
For centuries the city was a leading centre of Jewish scholarship, giving it the nickname ‘Jewish Oxford’. This nickname and heritage came to a brutal end in WWII, but here and there you can still find traces. More recently students flock to the city to learn economics and therefore it has been given a fresh nickname ‘Oxford of the East’, creating an exciting array of new culture and arts.
The 10 storey high Hotel Victoria has to be admired, full of modern design. Victoria’s rooms are classically decorated and an elegant restaurant on site. It is fantastic place to explore the historical city and tourist attractions like the old town, the castle and Saski garden. The hotel is ideally located in the bustling centre of the largest town in the Lublin region close to all local amenities including road and rail connections.
Housed the 17th century historic building Vanilla offers stylish accommodation and is located only 150meters from the handsome Old Town. The hotel restaurant and café serve international cuisine, coffee and sweet deserts
The 5 star hotel is full of tradition and state of the art accommodation located in Lublin’s Old Town. Housed in a 16th century tenement house offers an indoor swimming pool as well as a spa and wellness centre, With a fantastic restaurant and bar. The hotel is located within walking distance from the Sobieski Family Palace.
One of Lublin’s best restaurants on the main street is housed in a pre-war building. With a mix of international cuisine along with Polish favourites and a cellar full of the finest wine the Kardamon restaurant offers amazing interior and warmth with a homely atmosphere.
Magia restaurant will not disappoint with an electric atmosphere, numerous vibes to choose from throughout the warren dining rooms and a large outside courtyard and each area decorated with a touch of magic. The chef uses local fresh ingredients to create an array of different dishes.
Mandragora oozes with tradition with lace tablecloths, knick-knacks and photos of Old Lublin, but located in the romantic Rynek it is wonderfully located. The food is a hearty mix of Polish and Jewish dishes.
The royal castle dates back to the 12th and 13th century since then it has been restored many times over the years. The castle is home to both the Lublin museum and the surviving Gothic Chapel of the Holy Trinity which dates back to the 14th century. Within the castle the museum showcases the best in folk art and weaponry. The chapel is considered to be a masterpiece of the Middle Ages and hosts the finest examples of medieval wall paintings in Poland.
Climb the Trinitarian Tower and discover the expansive view of Lublin’s Old Town. The tower dated back to 1819 and now houses the underrated Archdiocesan Museum; hosting artworks in hidden nooks and crannies and ancient artifacts.
Discover the large auditorium that stages classical and contemporary music concerts. Located 2km from the Old Town where you can buy tickets two hours before a show.
Teatr Im H Ch Andersena
Performances are in Polish, but the puppets of Hans Christian Anderson can be enjoyed in any language.
Taxi services at the airport are provided by licensed taxi company recommended by Lublin Airport.There is no taxi rank in front of the terminal building. A passenger willing to travel by a recommended taxi service from the airport is requested to approach the desk with a paging system inside the terminal. Your driver will be called in immediately.
Geographical location is one of the strengths of Lublin Airport.
It allows easy and trouble-free access by car. The road distance bewteen the airport and other main cities of the Lublin region is shorter (and more economical) than to other nearby airport.
Train tickets can be purchased from the conductor on the train. Or tickets can be bought at the ticket office of Lublin Główny – Central Railway Station for the journey to Lublin Airport.