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Lublin Travel Guide

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City Introduction

Lublin is one of the largest cities in Poland and the largest in the area east of the Wisła River. Historically, Lublin is a city that flourished through trade after the Polish-Lithuanian Union in 1385, when the city was elevated to be strategically located on the trade routes between Vilnius in the north and Kraków in the south. Lublin’s citizens even enjoyed free trade as a privilege in the Grand Duchy.

Over the years, Lublin became an increasingly important city in culture, education and religion as well. There was a time when Lublin was a royal city, and the city’s nobility participated in the Polish royal elections for that reason. The kingdom’s so-called crown tribunal was also located in the city, and it was also here that the Union of Lublin was adopted. It took place in 1569, and its result was the establishment of the Polish-Lithuanian federated state.

Today, Lublin remains the regional capital of culture, and there are many sights and attractions in the city. As in most other large Polish cities, the Rynek market square forms the center of the city, and there is always a nice atmosphere here. In the square you can see the historic Crown Tribunal, and from here you can explore the cozy streets of the old town, which are some of the city’s greatest attractions.

In the southern part of the center stands the Lublin Cathedral, which is a beautiful ensemble together with buildings where you can visit the Museum of the Archdiocese of Lublin. The cathedral itself has a particularly refined ornate interior and is one of the city’s architectural highlights. The Dominican church is close by, and a little to the north you can see the outlines of the demolished St. Michael’s Church on the square Plac Po Farze.

From the old center, the main thoroughfare Krakowskie Przedmieście leaves to the west, and the pedestrian street opens into the large and beautifully landscaped square, Plac Litewski, where the mansion Pałac Lubomirskich is located. The Lublin Castle is to the northeast, and it is where you can visit the castle church and the Lublin National Museum with interesting collections within art, ethnography and archaeology.

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Lublin, Poland

Lublin, Poland

Overview of Lublin

Lublin is one of the largest cities in Poland and the largest in the area east of the Wisła River. Historically, Lublin is a city that flourished through trade after the Polish-Lithuanian Union in 1385, when the city was elevated to be strategically located on the trade routes between Vilnius in the north and Kraków in the south. Lublin’s citizens even enjoyed free trade as a privilege in the Grand Duchy.

Over the years, Lublin became an increasingly important city in culture, education and religion as well. There was a time when Lublin was a royal city, and the city’s nobility participated in the Polish royal elections for that reason. The kingdom’s so-called crown tribunal was also located in the city, and it was also here that the Union of Lublin was adopted. It took place in 1569, and its result was the establishment of the Polish-Lithuanian federated state.

Today, Lublin remains the regional capital of culture, and there are many sights and attractions in the city. As in most other large Polish cities, the Rynek market square forms the center of the city, and there is always a nice atmosphere here. In the square you can see the historic Crown Tribunal, and from here you can explore the cozy streets of the old town, which are some of the city’s greatest attractions.

About the Lublin travel guide

Contents: Tours in the city + tours in the surrounding area
Published: Released soon
Author: Stig Albeck
Publisher: Vamados.com
Language: English

About the travel guide

The Lublin travel guide gives you an overview of the sights and activities of the Polish city. Read about top sights and other sights, and get a tour guide with tour suggestions and detailed descriptions of all the city’s most important churches, monuments, mansions, museums, etc.

Lublin is waiting for you, and at vamados.com you can also find cheap flights and great deals on hotels for your trip. You just select your travel dates and then you get flight and accommodation suggestions in and around the city.

Read more about Lublin and Poland

Poland Travel Guide: https://vamados.com/poland
City tourism: https://visitlub-lin.pl
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