Cities, like people, often have nicknames other than official names, the same applies to Lublin, who is often called "Goat Hail" or "Small Krakow". You will find out these secrets, hear a lot of local legends and go down to the dungeon of the old city. Lublin Castle, built in the 14th century, the Cathedral, the Kraków Gate, the Crown Court, the Holy Trinity Tower, the Dominican Order Church - the list of stunning architectural buildings is really long. Also in the vicinity of the city there is a sad monument of the Second World War - the second largest concentration camp in Europe "Majdanek". And in the end, this is a city where student laughter is heard more often than local conversations, in which you want to create and do great things, the city of inspiration!
Lublin is one of those cities that are notoriously and unreasonably neglected by tourists. Shattered by the events of the 20th century city is still undergoing the process of thorough restoration. Many associate Lublin only with academic life completely omitting its other qualities such as an alluring atmosphere, the noble history of tolerance and a plethora of sights. [..]