Poland, Lublin Guide (B): Lublin – Eastern Poland
The name Lublin was first recorded in 1224 with archaeological research proving that the most ancient traces of Lublin go back to 10,000 B.C.
The beginning of the earliest settlement here in the form of hamlets and pre-fortified structures date from the 6th-7th century.
The history is amazing and gorgeous architecture surrounds you on many walks. You can’t but help stumble upon amazing buildings whilst you explore this city.
Caught the flash train (although in the 2nd class carriage) from Warsaw to Lublin, which took about 2 and a half hours and travelled through flat scenery.
Always nice travelling on European trains as they’re quiet, in good condition, and warm, which is especially important in winter.
Lublin has something for every traveller, whether discerning or backpacking, this is a beautiful city full of great sites and lovely locals!
As is stopping in for a coffee, a fresh hot chocolate waffle, or some local delicious cuisine at one of the many restaurants. A warming glass of Grzaniec Galicyjski (Polish hot mulled wine) is a must on a cold winter’s jaunt! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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