The colourful, charming capital of the Lubelskie province attracts tourists in droves thanks to its fascinating history, cobbled streets, and vibrant architecture. Bursting with museums, historic buildings, traditional flavours and legends hidden among its streets, lanes, and tenement walls, this dynamic city is fast becoming one of Poland’s most popular.
The Old Town South of the castle, you’ll find this charming old town, which fortunately emerged largely unscathed from the war. Although it has since undergone several renovations, it still boasts as much as 70 per cent of its original buildings. This most historical part of town delights visitors both visually, with its eye-catching, colourfully decorated Renaissance and classical houses, and also through the delicious tastes and smells of the regional dishes served by numerous restaurants and cosy cafés.