Grand Hotel Lublinianka

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Krakowskie PrzedmieScie 56, Lublin, Eastern Poland, 20002, Poland
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warsaw to majdanek

by pdown

we shall be in Warsaw for a few days at end of August and would like to visit the camp at Majdanek. Can anybody tell me how to get there and roughly how long it will take, also cost if possible.Also are there organised tours from Warsaw to Majdanek. Thanku

Re: warsaw to majdanek

by gale.blog.pl

You need to go to Lublin. The trip takes about 3 hours. Majdanek is a part of Lublin.

Pls check the web page of the Polish Rail :)

Re: warsaw to majdanek

by Jesperp

The State Museum at Majdanek was founded in November 1944 on the grounds of the former German concentration camp according to the page http://majdanek.pl/articles.php?acid=2&mref=2

On the above-mentioned page is there a map of Lublin as marks The State Museum at Majdanek.

Jesper

Re: warsaw to majdanek

by Jesperp

There is 2.19 miles from Lublin Glowny (the main railway station) to Panstwowe Muzeum Na Majdanku (State Museum at Majdanek) according to http://www.uk.map24.com/
Jesper

Re: warsaw to majdanek

by sihi

Visit also old town of Lublin:)

Travel Tips for Lublin

Rennovating the Old Town

by gosiaPL

I was stunned to see the massive restoration work going on around the Old Town...
The omnipresent drilling noise was almost bearable compared to taking photos and having to make sure that no crane or scaffolding gets in your picture - that was quite a task, I tell you!

Check the contrast on this photo: shabby, neglected houses that Commies didn't care much for versus the all-done-up red building. I tried to imagine the whole of the Old Town in such a great shape, and decided I must return to Lublin one day...

One more reason for why I took this photo: the building is just two windows wide, I guess that can be called "cozy'"! ;-) The beautiful, neat old houses... all done up to admire them.

Picturesque views of the Old Town

by gosiaPL

This is my Lublin intro photo but it shows best what I'd like to say...
Like most Old Town quarters in Poland, also the Lublin one is quite compact - like an isle within the greater city. This not only makes the tour easy, but also offers nice views from different angles!

I guess this is my favourite view. I took the picture sort of half way from the castle to the Old Town's Grodzka Gate (can you see the gate?). I like this gangway (or should I call this a bridge with no river underneath...?), it adds flavour and depth to the view.

You can also go down the stairs on your right to the lovely square below - check the magnificent view of both the castle and the Old Town from there!

Architectural details

by gosiaPL

In almost any town with old buildings you could walk with your head up high staring at the lovely facade details ... Otherwise you miss out a lot from the beauty and charm of the places you're visiting.

And this is so true of Lublin! This detail comes from the front of the Great Tribunal in the market square, but I suggest you check also the buildings in the Deptak walkway that takes you from the centre to the Old Town. Some of the details are stunning! The details, of course! They show that people cared for their culture and civilisation to be expressed in architecture as well...
Compare that with the unimaginative architecture of communist era, and you'll see what I mean :-)

Day trip to Kazimierz Dolny

by HORSCHECK

On our second day in Lublin, we took a day trip by bus to picturesque Kazimierz Dolny, which is situated at the river Wisla about 60 km west of Lublin.

The little town is home to many historic sights, with the Market Square and its quaint tenement houses being the touristy heart of the city.

Other points of interest include the ruins of a fourteenth century castle with its watchtower, an impressive Parish Church and the late 16th century Reformed Franciscan Church.

For more info on how to get to Kazimierz Dolny from Lublin, please read my transportation tips.

Website: http://www.kazimierzdolny.pl/

Where to get more info

by gosiaPL

If you're already in Lublin and want to get more detailed information about the "Off the Beaten Paths" below or any other destinations in the region (maps, transportation details, etc.), go to the LOIT - Lublin's Tourist Information Centre ( Lubelski Osrodek Informacji Turystycznej ).

It is in 1/3 Jezuicka St. and that's easy to find: enter the Old Town through the Cracow Gate and you'll see it on the first corner to your right.

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Address: Krakowskie PrzedmieScie 56, Lublin, Eastern Poland, 20002, Poland