Nicknamed the ‘Jewish Oxford’, Lublin is the largest city in southeastern Poland. It serves as the capital of the Lublin Voivodeship Province. It is also the 9th largest city in Poland and has recently emerged as a popular tourist destination. Known as the gateway to eastern Poland, this Renaissance city features historic architecture, centuries-old traditions, and a unique ambience. Lublin has a thriving cultural and arts scene and serves as an important regional cultural capital. Visitors can stroll along the cobblestoned streets of the picturesque and historical Old Town, visit the Holy Trinity Chapel in Lublin Castle to view impressive Catholic-themed frescoes, or enjoy Lublin’s numerous cafes, restaurants, clubs and museums.

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