The 10 Best Things to do Good for a Rainy Day in Lublin Province, Eastern Poland

May 16, 2022 Oliva Fomby

Lublin Voivodeship, or Lublin Province (in Polish, województwo lubelskie [vɔjɛˈvut͡stfɔ luˈbɛlskʲɛ]), is a voivodeship, or province, located in southeastern Poland. It was created on January 1, 1999, out of the former Lublin, Chełm, Zamość, Biała Podlaska and (partially) Tarnobrzeg and Siedlce Voivodeships, pursuant to Polish local government reforms adopted in 1998. The province is named after its largest city and regional capital, Lublin, and its territory is made of four historical lands: the western part of the voivodeship, with Lublin itself, belongs to Lesser Poland, the eastern part of Lublin Area belongs to Red Ruthenia, and the northeast belongs to Polesie and Podlasie.
Restaurants in Lublin Province

1. DoorToPoland

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5.0 based on 32 reviews

DoorToPoland

Experienced tour guides, genealogical researchers and translators offering customized guided tours, for individuals and groups, with a focus on Polish heritage, WW2 and the Holocaust. We also do family heritage tours and genealogical research in the State archives and specific towns and village around Poland. We translate civil records and other documents from Russian and Polish into English.

2. Let Me Out

ul. Zlota 6, Lublin 20-112 Poland +48 885 222 588 [email protected] http://lublin.letmeout.pl/
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5.0 based on 69 reviews

Let Me Out

Let Me Out is a new form of entertainment involving the use of your skills, such as cleverness, perceptiveness and intelligence. The aim of the game is to escape from the room by using clues and puzzles hidden there. The game is scheduled for teams of 2-4 people, but if you are very adventurous - you can take the challenge individually. We have prepared for you two separate, completely different rooms filled by different stuff and original sets of riddles. Each item can be a clue so analyze everything what you can see around you.The screen counts down the time. You have 45 minutes to wade through a series of riddles and puzzles hidden in the room. The goal is obvious but not so simple - find the key and get out of the room.Do you dare to take the challenge?The level of excitement rises up because of the puzzles that you have to decipher . Remember, the time is passing by quickly, which works to your disadvantage!LetMeOut is not just a game, it is an interesting experience combining the most important features of your personality that may lead you to the strengthening of your teamwork. The game is suitable for people being any age.

3. Blues Brothers Pub

Tadeusza Kosciuszki 8, Lublin 20-006 Poland +48 535 801 737 https://www.facebook.com/pg/BluesBrothersPub/about/?ref=page_internal
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5.0 based on 19 reviews

Blues Brothers Pub

4. The Grodzka Gate Theatre Centre

ul. Grodzka 21, Lublin 20-112 Poland +48 81 532 58 67 [email protected] http://teatrnn.pl/
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4.5 based on 62 reviews

The Grodzka Gate Theatre Centre

Reviewed By pawel_hbg - Sopot, Poland

It is very charming place. Castle has connection with heart of Old Town with bridge and a Grodzka Gate.

5. Synagoga w ZamoSciu

ul. Ludwika Zamenhofa 9, Zamosc 22-400 Poland http://memorialmuseums.org/staettens/druck/1440
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4.5 based on 70 reviews

Synagoga w ZamoSciu

6. The Lublin Castle

Zamkowa 9, Lublin 20-117 Poland +48 81 532 50 01 [email protected] http://www.muzeumlubelskie.pl
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4.5 based on 414 reviews

The Lublin Castle

Reviewed By yegorb306 - Minsk, Belarus

One of the main attraction in Lublin, and defenitely the most exciting one. Stone castle was built in early 14th century on the place of wooden castle by Casimir III the Great, king of Poland. Then it was demolished in 17th and 18th century and was rebuilt as neogothic in 19th. During the Austrian, Russian then German occupation and even through the post-war years it served as a prison. After 1957 it's been a museum.

7. The Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist

Katedralny Square, Lublin 20-109 Poland +48 81 532 11 96 http://archikatedra.kuria.lublin.pl/zwiedzanie
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4.5 based on 102 reviews

The Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist

Reviewed By pawel_hbg - Sopot, Poland

The Church of John the Baptist and John the Evangelist was built in the years 1586-1604 for the Jesuit Order and it was designed by the Jesuit Jan Maria Bernardoni inspired by the seat of the order in Rome – the Il Gesu Church.

8. Centre for the Meeting of Cultures

Plac Teatralny 1, Lublin 20-029 Poland +48 533 334 142 [email protected] http://www.spotkaniakultur.com/
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4.5 based on 65 reviews

Centre for the Meeting of Cultures

Reviewed By mega_viktk - Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine

The original design of the interiors of the auditorium, an atrium with a nearly ten-meter wall in one brick, along the rhythmic range of thin concrete columns, two floors of exhibition rooms with glass fences, and the exposure of, is worth your visit.

9. Church of John the Baptist

Rynek, Kazimierz Dolny Poland http://www.kazimierz-fara.pl/
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4.5 based on 67 reviews

Church of John the Baptist

Renaissance church situated on the hill with one's red-white, shapely lump nice Kazimierski is crowning the Market. In the spacious, single-nave interior with four adjoining chapels they are paying attention one from oldest in Poland organs in the larch cover from 1620, baptismal font Santi Gucci and the pulpit with the rococo finial.

10. Arsenal Museum - Prochownia

Zamkowa 2, Zamosc Poland +48 84 638 64 94 [email protected] http://muzeumarsenal.pl/pl/o-muzeum
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4.5 based on 38 reviews

Arsenal Museum - Prochownia

Reviewed By AnnaJC72 - Trzebnica, Poland

Zamość in itself is a fantastic town but the Arsenal Museum is a magnificent place, too. Located near the Old Town in parts of an old fortress, the museum helps you to understand history of the region. The best part is a mutlimedia show (located in Prochownia) about the history of Zamość and its fortress. Two other parts are Arsenal exhibiting weapons and uniforms from 16th to 19th century and Pawilon w Kurtynie presenting 1st and 2nd world wars. Lots of short video presentations and films as well as some 20th century armaments. Definitely worth the price. If you feel tired you can leave and come back later - the ticket is for a whole day.

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