Discover the green side of Lublin. Find the perfect place to rest in the city!
Saski Garden. It’s located in the centre and it’s the perfect place to relax after an intensive exploration of the Old Town and its surroundings. There is a historic sundial, a fountain, and a concert scene, where numerous events take place in the summer. It is worth taking a walk along the alleys of Saski Garden, watching the peacocks, or sitting on a bench in the shade of trees.
Botanical Garden. Open from April to October, it delights with the richness of plants and colors. You can admire hundred-year-old trees, thousands of shrubs, and flowers from Poland and the world in the Botanical Garden. It is worth visiting the Kościuszko Manor House or sitting with a cup of coffee in the local café. A walk along the charming garden alleys is a pleasure.
Open-Air Village Museum in Lublin. Picturesquely situated in the valley of the Czechówka River, it is one of the largest open-air museums in Poland. Walking through the Open-Air Village Museum, you can move to the world of old villages and towns, and learn about traditions, customs and rituals. The museum includes an inn and picnic shelters. So let’s plan a full-day visit.
Zemborzyce Lake and the Dąbrowa Forest. In the forests around Zemborzyce Lake there are numerous recreational centres, tourist and educational trails, bicycle paths and water equipment rentals. People who love sports activities, as well as those looking for contact with nature, will surely find something for themselves. An interesting fact is that in the local forests runs the famous pilgrimage route – the Way of St. James.
Ravines. Kilometers of bicycle and pedestrian paths run through the Lublin ravines. These spacious green areas with benches and playgrounds are perfect places for a family holiday or a walk with your pet.