This gate leads from the castle area into the Old Town and was traditionally referred to as the 'Jewish' gate, since until WWII it also...
This 280m trail winds its way through connected cellars beneath the Old Town, with historical exhibitions along the way. Entry is from...
Lublin’s royal castle dates from the 12th and 13th centuries, though it's been rebuilt many times over the years. It was here in 1569...
Fun, faux-Irish pub that’s right on the Rynek and popular with local Lubliners and visitors alike. Most people come for the extensive...
Złoty Osioł offers traditional ambience and extraordinarily good-value traditional meals. There are delicious fish dishes, slightly...
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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.