There are places you cannot miss in Lublin. The history and secrets of the city are hidden there. What to visit in Lublin?
The Lublin Castle with the Holy Trinity Chapel and a Donjon. The castle in Lublin was built in the 12th century, but the present building was built in the 19th century. It used to be a prison, today it is the seat of the National Museum in Lublin. There is the table here, in which, according to the legend, the devil himself has burned a shape of his paw after a fair sentence was passed on the poor widow. In addition, the complex includes the Holy Trinity Chapel with unique Ruthenian-Byzantine frescoes, where Polish kings often prayed. The Donjon is a Romanesque tower with an observation deck with a panorama of the Old Town.
Lublin Archcathedral and the Trinitarian Tower. The Archcathedral, formerly the Jesuit church, is characterized by rich decorations. Make sure to visit the Acoustic Sacristy, Crypts, and Treasury. Go up the viewpoint terrace in the Trinitarian Tower to see an amazing panorama of the Old Town.
Plac Litewski with a multimedia fountain. Every year, from spring to autumn, the city fountain is opened, where multimedia shows are presented on weekend evenings. Short projections tell the history of the city and its inhabitants in an interesting, sometimes funny way.