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Majdanek operated between the 1st October 1941 and the 22nd July 1944. Approx, 80,000 prisoners were killed there by the Nazis. Around 60,000 of them were Jewish. We provide English Guided Tours at Majdanek.
This is a 4 hour long private tour! Combine tasty food, (local) drinks, and great fun while discovering Lublin’s quirky spooky history. Drinks and meals are included in the ticket price. The bars you will visit during the food tour have been selected based on the quality of the venues, the vibe there and the selection of food and drinks on offer.
Among the religious minorities living in Lublin, Greek Catholics seem to be almost unknown. But they have been in this city for four hundred years! During the walk, we will see places associated with centuries of the presence of Uniates in Lublin.
Snow, thunder or perfect weather, the Original Lublin Free Walking Tour of Martin’s City Tours is held every Saturday and Sunday at 10.00 a.m.. Meeting point: Pub U Szewca (Grodzka 18). During this tour, we will show you historical landmarks and fascinating places in Lublin Historic Centre. Please, don’t expect a monotonous tour with lots of detailed information. Coming up to our Guests’ expectations, we have created a tour aiming to entertain you with catching stories, legends and anecdotes. Reading all the positive reviews they post on our Facebook and TripAdvisor gives us the confidence we do the right thing.
It's both a walk and a live performance. Wandering through the streets of the city, we learn about its history and participants become spectators when the guide turns into a storyteller of Lublin legends and takes them on a journey through time. My original walk, which I have been taking privately for several years, always meets positive emotions, and is remembered for a long time.
A walk through the former Jewish district - a non-existent city, where you can find traces of memory and material heritage which has been maintained until now. It is a great opportunity to learn about the history of the centuries-old presence of Jews in Lublin.
In Lublin, you can find many masterpieces of the painting of nationwide or even worldwide significance. Painting is associated mainly with a technique of picture on canvas and in the decorative frames. In the city, the paintings adorn the walls of many churches and tenement houses. Frescos and a rare technique of monumental art - sgraffito – were also used outside the buildings. The aim of the walk is to familiarize the visitors with the most beautiful and interesting paintings in Lublin, coming from different eras and made in various technologies - from the flagship Rutheno-Byzantine frescoes in the Holy Trinity Chapel to the modernist mosaics and contemporary murals, which are rarely shown to the participants of Lublin tours.
This walk is the third part of a series of 3 walking tours that follow the route of Lublin's monuments. However, even those who decide to walk all three routes will not see all Lublin monuments. There are about 90 of them. They commemorate events and characters, but they also have their own stories and knotty fates.
While walking along the streets of Lublin, passersby's attention is focused primarily on the appearance of the buildings as a whole. When passing buildings, you usually don't have time for an in-depth observing and analysis of the richness of some facades. Meanwhile, the wealth of architectural details in Lublin can delight. An architectural detail, a small detail decorating a tenement house, is often hidden in its interior, in the gate, in the staircase or in the apartment. It sometimes happens that a detail is placed above eye level, decorating the cornice crowning the building at the height of the top floor.
This is an attempt to present the profiles of Lublin doctors, not only those well-known to the medical community, but also those who contributed to the history of the city and its development, as well as the history of hospitals, starting from the old centuries. By the way, we will visit well-known and unknown monuments and buildings, which we will see from the other side and we will discover their former purpose and functions.
A walk for people and groups who do not have much time but would like to feel the magic of Lublin. The walk will make you familiar with the history and the most famous monuments of the city.
An attractive, dynamic form of sightseeing. It allows you to get to know the city from an unusual perspective and access more interesting places. It ensures close contact with what is happening in Lublin here and now, not only with monuments and museums. It allows you to reach less frequently promoted objects, as well as interesting ones such as widely open attractions. We also use all the advantages of cycling - the joy of life, movement, freedom, purchase, dynamics, financial availability, integration. When we want to stop over - we fasten the bike to a nearby stand and go where we want.
This walk is the second part of a series of 3 walking tours that follow the route of Lublin's monuments. Participants will get to know the circumstances of their creation and the interesting facts related to them. They will learn more about their creators and initiators. Perhaps, they will create a new monument committee...
The walk aims at showing the participants the most important places where life in old Lublin went on in a cumulative way. Currently, besides being a place of the residents’ meetings, these are the areas used for some cultural events. The history of selected squares will be told. Attention will be paid to existing and non-existing buildings that marked the layout of the squares or gave them characteristic features. A place primarily owes its atmosphere to the presence of people, and the events associated with them. In the squares people from various social groups met, a trade took place, people participated in demonstrations or holy masses, they experienced joy and tragedies of life.
During this walk, you will have the opportunity to follow the chronology of plague, smallpox, cholera, typhus, syphilis, tuberculosis, and flu epidemics. You will get to know where they came from and what was their specificity. The guide will tell you what then residents thought about the causes of the epidemics, as well as how they defended against them. The scenario of the walk includes the stories about doctors and social activists who fought against these dangerous diseases and tried to improve the living conditions of the inhabitants by popularising hygiene or creating hospitals and shelters.
Riddles of a Lublin townswoman is a form that combines classic sightseeing with a city game. Tourists will visit the Castle of Lublin and the Old Town with a guide wearing a stylised outfit. They will hear the power of stories and tales from the colourful history of Lublin. They will find out where the name of the city came from, what was eaten in Podzamcze, which of Lublin's streets is the narrowest and why it is not worth sitting on the stones. Participants will have to discover many secrets of this place on their own. The little house in the basket has a lot of puzzles and tasks for them, the solution of which will end their journey.
A walk through the former Jewish district - a non-existent city, where you can find traces of memory and material heritage which has been maintained until now. It is a great opportunity to learn about the history of the centuries-old presence of Jews in Lubli
During the walk, we will visit the city from the less visible side, which most people try to avoid - from the side of death. Nowadays places directly related to the world of the dead are not particularly exposed to the city centre. But in the past it was different.
The walk allows to discover a complicated but interesting history of the Jews of Lublin. The city was famous throughout Eastern Europe for rabbis and books.
Spacer ten stanowi pierwszą część z serii 3 wycieczek śladem lubelskich pomników. Uczestnicy poznają miejsca, z których pomniki zniknęły, lub zostały przeniesione. Odkryją też zupełnie nowe monumenty, dopiero co wzniesione. Poznają okoliczności ich powstania oraz ciekawostki z nimi związane.