The earliest remnants of Lublin’s castle date from the 12th and 13th centuries, and it was here in 1569 where the union with Lithuania...
Historical Museum of Lublin
Historical Museum of Lublin , which displays documents and photographs relating to the town’s civic history.
Since 1957, the castle has housed the Lublin Museum , with a collection ranging from silverware and porcelain to woodcarvings and...
Teatr Im H Ch Andersena
Performances are in Polish at Teatr im H Ch Andersena but the puppets of Hans Christian Andersen can be enjoyed in any language. Check...
Magia Like its menu, Magia’s atmosphere is eclectic; there are numerous vibes to choose from throughout the warren of dining rooms and...
Lonely Planet review
The only synagogue to survive of the 38 that functioned before WWII is in an early 20th-century building, which bears no distinguishing features of a synagogue. It contains a modest exhibition of old photographs, books in Hebrew and ritual objects. Enter the gate from the street and take the door on the right leading upstairs to the 1st-floor synagogue.