Wojewodztwo Lubelskie Things to Do

  • Things to Do
    by elpariente
  • Things to Do
    by elpariente
  • Things to Do
    by elpariente

Wojewodztwo Lubelskie Things to Do

  • Guciow - culinary exploration

    Roztocze is undouptedly full of fantastic tastes to discover. This is area of culinary exploration, and Guciow farm is for sure one the most important part of this 'research'.First impression: Wintertime, snow-storm outside! One, second, third stair, large wooden room, heat and flames from the fireplace, Christmas deceoration below the ceiling....

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  • "Czartowe pole" reserve and small...

    Near Susiec, between settlements of Oseredek and Hamernia is located small but charming nature reserve "Czartowe pole" (Devil's field). Here the river Sopot created several small river rapids. This lovely place can be the superb point of your bike trip or just the stop during the walking across this part of Roztocze. -----------You can also reach...

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  • Tanew and Jelen small waterfalls in...

    The national reserve "Tanew River Rapids" (in Polish "Szumy nad Tanwia") is the very picturesque place located just 5 km from Susiec. --------------Although they are not high waterfalls you will not be dissapointed admiring them. The river Tanew is situated in the middle of Roztocze forests in totally unpolluted environment. Near its wild banks you...

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  • Susiec in the heart of Roztocze

    Susiec is the small town (or large village:) located in the Central Roztocze about 50 km from Zamosc and 40 km from Polish-Ukrainian border crossing in Hrebenne. It is excellent base camp for visiting nature and history pearls of Roztocze. --------------Distances: 5 km from Susiec to "Tanew reserve", 9km next reserve area "Devil's field" ("Czartowe...

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  • Kazimierz Dolny - an artists' Mecca

    The central point of Kazimierz is of course the Market Place, which has some beautifully decorated Rennaissance houses built by wealthy 17th-century merchants as well as some arcaded houses with sloping roofs with galleries, museums, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. The Market Place is always busy with school trips and groups of tourists...

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  • Guciow Farm

    Guciow is a little village situated along the route from Zwierzyniec to Krasnobrod in the midst of wonderful countryside. It is best known for the Ethnographic and Natural History Museum aka the Guciow Farm. It consists of a 19th century cottage and farm buildings, which can be visited with a guide. In addition to traditional farm utensils the...

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  • The Roztocze National Park

    The Roztocze National Park has its roots in the game reserve set up in Zwierzyniec by Jan Zamoyski towards the end of the 16th century. But the park itself was established as late as 1974 and covers a much larger area than the original reserve. The interesting flora and fauna of the vast forest interspersed with ponds and fields attract biologists...

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  • Zamosc - Pearl of the Rennaissance

    When I visited Zamosc in the 70s I didn't have a camera but for once I'm not sorry I couldn't take any pictures. This beautiful Rennaissance town was in such a bad condition that pictures could only expose the neglect and the drabness of its Old Town walls. So when I recently saw the pictures of its new face, I could hardly recognise it.Zamosc is...

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  • The Old Town Synagogue in Zamosc

    The Old Town Synagogue in Zamosc was built in the years 1610 - 1620 in the style of late Rennaissance. Most architectural elements inside it, like for instance the vaults, are similar to those of the Zamosc cathedral. Inside you can see the original stone portal and the also original 17th century Aron ha-kodesz, as well as many beautiful stucco...

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  • Krasnobrod and its chapels

    Krasnobrod and the area around it abound in chapels, usually founded to commemorate some important event or as a votive offering. The best known of them is probably the shingled timber chapel of St Roch in the Zakopane style at a place called Zagora. Legend has it that the first chapel there, damaged in 1935 by a falling beech tree, was founded on...

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  • The Jews of Szczebrzeszyn

    Szczebrzeszyn is a small town best known for the tongue twister difficult to pronounce even for the Poles, but it is also a town steeped in history, much of it tragic. For centuries before WWII the town and the area around it had a large Jewish population, most of whom died in the Holocaust. Some of the remainders of their presence in the town are...

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  • The charm of Zwierzyniec

    I must admit that I have never been to Zwierzyniec and regret it. My husband, who stayed there for a few days, describes it as a lovely little town with a big park in the middle, a pond, and, what was very important to him, a brewery with a nice garden where you could sit and drink excellent beer at very low prices. He and his friend also liked the...

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  • The brawling river

    You will find this nature reserve on the edge of Puszcza Solska, the immense forest stretching in the southern part of Roztocze. Situated on the Tanew River, the place is best-known for its area called 'Szumy', i.e. noises that the river makes. Although the river rapids are not very imposing, reaching no more than 1 metre, the noise is so great...

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  • The treasures of Tomaszow Lubelski

    Tomaszow Lubelski, a town not far from the Polish - Ukrainian border, boasts a number of interesting places, which reflect the mixture of cultures characteristic of the region. So there is a Catholic church and an Orthodox one dedicated to St Nicholas. Until WWII, the town also had a 17th century Synagogue demolished by the Nazis in September 1939,...

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  • Kazimierz Dolny walks

    Kazimierz Dolny is a lovely little town on the Vistula River about 60 km west of Lublin. I've been there many times first on school trips, then attending conferences and also on a family day trip to show this pearl of the Rennaissance to our English great-aunt and her son. Much of the architecture of Kazimierz dates back to the 17th century, but...

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  • Guciow - traditional farm and inn

    More or less halfway between Zwierzyniec and Krasnobrod is located quiet village Guciow. In the centre of this place you can visit traditional polish farm. You can see old well (equipped in something like a crane), farm buildings and wooden machines which for sure remember times before electricity and computers. Here you can also buy products of...

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  • Szczebrzeszyn - beetle and tradition

    Small town about 20km west of Zamosc. Widely known for hard to pronounce (tongue twister) - even for Polish natives - sentence "W Szczebrzeszynie chrzaszcz brzmi w trzcinie" (listen to this: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/6/6f/Szczebrzeszyn.ogg) which means > In the Szczebrzeszyn beetle sounds in the cane-thicket. Because of this very...

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  • Zwierzyniec - means ZOOtown

    This small town pretend to be the capital of Roztocze. And it has reasons!The town is located upon the river Wieprz (translation: Hog :) 30 km from Zamosc and about 100 km from Lublin. In the 16-th century Polish tycoon Jan Zamoyski established here private zoo-park with bisons, deers, elks and wild forest horses. This explains the origin of the...

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  • Roztocze - nature beyond the horizon

    Apart of the culture monuments, small and bigger cities and historical traditions (Zamosc, Zwierzyniec, Krasnobrod, Szczebrzeszyn etc.) Roztocze is the area of "crystal" nature. Forests, lakes, hills, valleys encourage to walk. Here you can find well-marked bike and horse-riding trails. Roztocze is also good choice for fishing, bird-watching or...

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  • Roztocze - the land of mistletoe

    "Christmas time. Mistletoe and wine...."Are you looking for luck in love? Do you belive in wonderful influence of mistletoe? - if YES Roztocze is the place for you. The number of mistletoes living on the trees along the main and small roads are countless. Amazing!!!

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  • Zamosc beautiful historical centre

    Zamosc - one of the main cities in this region is situated about 20 kilometres from the Roztocze National Park. The historical city centre is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.Zamosc was founded in the year 1580 by the Hetman Jan Zamoyski. The centre is modelled on the Italian Reneissance cities. The buildings around and near the main squere create...

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Wojewodztwo Lubelskie Hotels

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    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Families

  • Grand Hotel Lublinianka

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

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Europa

    The hotel dates back to 1867 but it's been fully refurbished recently. It is really nice, has all...

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  • Hotel Korona

    Zemborzyce Tereszynskie 97A, Lublin, 20-515, Poland

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • Campanile Lublin

    This was very nice hotel,and very clean and modern,and perfect all way.sadly in our neighbour-room...

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  • MERCURE UNIA LUBLIN 3M

    Al. Raclawickie 12, , LUBLIN 20-037

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Mercure Unia Lublin

    Raclawickie 12

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Mercure Unia

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    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Victoria

    Ul. Gabriela Narutowicza 58/60, Lublin, 20-016, Poland

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Couples

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