Lublin is a truly inspiring and rapidly developing city with a rich multi-century history. For many years, given its geographical location at the junction of transport routes and national borders, the city has attracted people of different nationalities and religious beliefs. Remnants of its extraordinary history can still be admired, including the Holy Trinity Chapel, the Old Town, the Eastern Orthodox Church, Jesziwa Chachmej Lublin, and post-industrial buildings, including the Perła Brewery.
This is where over 700 years of history mix perfectly with modernity. The historic highlights, along with its multi-cultural heritage, are popularised through a wide range of festivals, events and exhibitions.
Lublin invites its visitors to a number of unique places, such as the Perła Brewery Underground, Dom Słów – the Grodzka Gate – NN Theatre Centre, the Piwnica pod Fortuną museum facility, the Lublin Castle, the Lublin Museum, the Museum of the Lublin Countryside, and places of remembrance − the Majdanek National Museum, to name but a few.