- Taste the onion cake
Cebularz ( onion cake) Lublin is the 37th Polish product protected in the European Union. This delicacy derived from Jewish cuisine for Lubliners is as important as oscypek cheese for highlanders. It's a wheat cake covered in a thick layer of onion mixed with poppy seeds. The recipe was created in the nineteenth century. Jews from the Lublin Old Town were the first to bake, and before World War II it became a delicacy throughout the Lublin region. We recommend a visit to the Regional Onion Museum.
- Take breath by the "Lublin Sea"
Zemborzycki Lagoon, a retention and recreation reservoir is a great alternative to urban noise. Rent a city bike and go to our Lublin sea. It is only a 30-minute drive from the center of Lublin and a lot of attractions: water skiing, kayaks, pedal boats, sailing boats, swimming pools, rope park, beach soccer fields and even a small golf course. It's the perfect place for a moment of rest, a walk or a barbecue.
- Walk on the rope
Slackline or walking on a tape suspended above the ground for entertainment for everyone. Specialists not only walk on it, but also jump and perform breathtaking evolution. Try your hand and contact the Slackline Lublin group. Their Facebook profile: click here. In the summer season they can be found, among others in the Saxon Garden or in Błonia under the Castle.
- Feel the Lublin culture
Lublin to the city of inspiration. International artistic events, theater and music festivals take place here. Concerts, collections, happenings, festivals and exhibitions are organized to liven up the streets of Lublin. Read our article: "What to do in Lublin during the holidays? 5 cultural events that we recommend. " click here.
- See multimedia shows in the fountain
The shows in the fountain on Litewski Square from the very beginning attract a lot of Lubliners and tourists. Water, lasers and music is a unique combination that provides a large positive dose of emotion.