The historic Polish city of Lublin has a wealth of interesting sights and business opportunities for international visitors. Its Old Town contains an array of beautiful architecture, whilst most of Lublin's citizens are employed in the tertiary sector. The city remains the region’s IT centre, and is also a national television production hub. You'll find a range of excellent hotels in Lublin, including some housed within exquisite historic buildings.
What are the points of interest near my hotel in Lublin?
In the city centre, visitors can explore the expansive 12th-century Lublin Castle. This remains the iconic focal point in town, whilst the pedestrianised central thoroughfare provides a range of shopping and dining options. Visit the charming boutiques and independently-run businesses located here to pick up special souvenirs for loved ones. There is additionally a number of large shopping centres in and around the centre of Lublin, where you can find everything from office supplies, to electronics and clothing. As well as traditional Polish cuisine, the city offers a wide selection of fine international restaurants.
Where are Lublin’s business activities focused?
Without a doubt, the Lubelskie Centrum Konferencyjne (Lublin Conference Centre) is the heart of the city’s global business activities. The programme list is vast, including forums such as the Eastern Europe Initiatives Conference and the IITriangle Symposium of the Poland-Hungary-Japan Surgical Society. There is also a number of luxury hotels offering private conference spaces in the city centre. Lublin was formerly an important industrial centre. Today it's developed into a thriving service economy based on modern technologies such as IT as well as broadcast media.
Where else will be of interest to me when I book my Lublin hotel?
As Lublin Castle is so centrally located, it’s definitely worth a visit to get a taste of the town’s history. It was formerly a residence for the Polish monarchy and features a distinctive tower and ornate Royal Chapel. It also encompasses the informative Lublin Provincial Museum. Lublin is a great place to savour traditional Polish food, such as at Ulice Miasta near the Stary Theatre. Italian food is also very popular across Poland and Czarna Łapa is a fine dining establishment offering a sumptuous and delightfully unique fusion of Polish and Italian cuisine. Its dramatic décor and attentive staff make it a superb choice for entertaining clients.