The Lubelskie Voivodeship combines interesting monuments and areas ideal for active tourism. The main cities of the region are Lublin and Zamość, while in Roztocze and Polesie there are great places to relax in the bosom of nature.
The capital of the province, Lublin is a city with over 700 years of history, called the Gate of the East and a city where cultures meet. His most important monument is the castle chapel decorated with Byzantine-Russian paintings. The atmospheric Old Town is full of restaurants, cafes and bars, and beer lovers can visit the undergrounds of the Perła brewery.
The next tourist region of the Lublin region is the triangle of Kazimierz Dolny, Puławy and Nałęczów. The first is a charming, Vistula town with castle ruins and the opinion of artists' mecca, the second one can boast a magnificent Czartoryski palace, and Nałęczów is the most famous spa in eastern Poland.
Moving further to the east of the voivodship you reach the UNESCO-listed ideal Renaissance city, namely Zamość. The hilly areas of Roztocze stretch around, which can be explored on foot, on horseback and on bicycles, traversing the beautiful forests and looking for hidden bunkers of the Molotov line and rural wooden churches.
At the eastern border lies Polesie with lakes and swamps, which can be explored through a network of walking trails. There are also popular bathing resorts among which the most famous is Okuninka on Lake Białe. It is not far to the city of three cultures, namely Włodawa, with a perfectly preserved synagogue complex.