Friday, May 18, 2007

Lublin: Poland’s best-kept secret

One of the best-kept secrets of Poland is its eastern city of Lublin. Capital of Poland’s administrative region of the same name, it is its nation’s ninth largest metropolitan area.

Though, it doesn’t emerge on the normal, international tourists radar as its bigger counterparts like Warsaw and Krakow does, but it certainly posses as much charm as them.

With landmarks like the Lublin Castle, Lublin Cathedral, Lublin Holocaust Memorial and The Trinitarian Tower there is much to do for a casual visitor. Then there is the range of fantastic eateries, great pubs and wonderful road-side cafes.

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