Lublin is the ninth largest city in Poland and the capital of Lublin Voivodeship. It is lies east of Vistula River. A city of historical importance has castles, cathedrals, chapels, towers, and quaint little old town.
Say Your Prayers at the Church of Paul the Apostle
The monastery and church was built between 1726-33 AD. It's a modest church with no paintings or gilts. The only decorations are statutes of St. Peter and St. Paul.
Townhall Tower of Krakow
The 13th-century stone and brick structure is a focal point of Krakow Town.
Visit the Old Town of Lublin
Picturesque and quaint town, a popular tourist destination.
Stroll around to catch a glimpse of the architecture and enjoy the local and authentic delicacies of Poland.
Chapel of the Holy Trinity
King Władysław Jagiełło remodelled the chapel in the 15th century. Byzantine-style frescoes depict passages from the Bible.
Trinity Tower in Lublin
Catch the view of Lublin's city scape, if you are able to conquer 207 steps up a winding staircase of the Trinity Tower.
Gaze in awe at the the architectural brilliance of the Tower. In 1819, Antonio Corazzi extended the tower by 60 meters. There is a tin cockerel at the top of the towere that is known to warn the city at times of danger
Walk Through the Grodzka Street
Originally, a medieval trade route that connected the north and south of the county, is today lined with boutiques, cafes and restaurants.