ADD TO LISTA modest number of travelers pay Lublin a visit when traveling through Poland. Lublin can be worth stopping by, as it has some nice ruins and history museums. Its most popular attraction is the Old Town. Take a moment to look over this Lublin travel guide to see more things to see and do or look at more Poland attractions.
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How to get to Lublin from Warsaw?
Many trains leave daily from the Warsaw main train station (WARSZAWA CENTRALNA). The only problem is that most of the trains are so called Fast Trains (Pociąg Pospieszny), which means there is no assigned seat and on some days (before holidays or Friday afternoon) the trains can be packed - it's wiser then to take a first class ticket as there is usually more free room. To make sure you have a reserved seat buy a ticket for a TLK Train - there is only one train a day to Lublin at about 2 pm but they have seat reservations and you can buy ticket online here:
The trip takes 2,5 hours and ticket is about 35-40 PLN one way.
Near the Holiday Inn Hotel (street: Al. Jana Pawła II), next to the Złote Tarasy shopping mall there is a place where small passenger buses stop - they travel regularly to Lublin but on some days like before the weekend it's wise to book by phone +48 607 66 90 80 bet. 9:00-17:00. The most popular line is CONTBUS. The trip takes about 2 hours. The ticket is about 25 PLN.
If you want to take some rest in the forest near the lake go to Zalew Zemborzycki - an artificial lake located within the Lublin city boundaries. You can do some water skiing or just take a walk. You can take a blanket and some food and have picnic. Some people swim in the water and it's usually admitted for use but I prefer not to swim in it. There are some small places with food and beer.
How to get there?
for example take the line number 1 from the bus stop Brama Krakowska 01 when you exit the Old Town though the Brama Krakowska gate , cross the Lubartowska street, go left and there, near a church and shop with Catholic souvenirs and accessories there will be a bus stop. You exit at the last stop called Żeglarska. In the summer there is also a special bus going to the MARINA - part of Zalew Zemborzycki with the most bars etc. The bus is called OOM and leaves for example from the bus stop in Lipowa street (next to the big cemetery).
It is university city in western part of Poland with great history and beautiful Old Town. In past in this area born a local type of Renesance, that is why u can see unique architecture from that time here.
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