Yellow, 21 stops, 2-4 hours

 

Lublin, the largest city east of the Vistula River, has had a long and eventful history. The first settlers appeared here in the 6th c. but it was in 1317 that Lublin received a municipal charter from Ladislaus Łokietek and became a town. Over centuries Lublin's architecture developed in a variety of styles ranging from Romanesque to contemporary modern, and in many forms and functions: sacral and secular, defensive and residential, private and municipal. The Architectural Trail calls on the most outstanding buildings designed by famous architects and erected by renowned master builders.

 

  1. The Architectural Trail - Cracow Gate
  2. The Architectural Trail - The New Town Hall
  3. The Architectural Trail - Church of the Holy Spirit
  4. The Architectural Trail - St. Joseph’s Church
  5. The Architectural Trail - Church of the Immaculate Conception of Our Lady
  6. The Architectural Trail - The Czartoryski Palace
  7. The Architectural Trail - The Europa Hotel
  8. The Architectural Trail - The Church and Monastery of the Order of Capuchin Friars Minor
  9. The Architectural Trail - The Former Bank of Lublin Industrialists
  10. The Architectural Trail - The Centre for Culture
  11. The Architectural Trail - Juliusz Osterwa Theatre
  12. The Architectural Trail - Church of the Assumption of Our Lady of Victory
  13. The Architectural Trail - Church of the Conversion of St. Paul
  14. The Architectural Trail - Former St. Casimir Church and Monastery of The Reformed Fathers
  15. The Architectural Trail - The Former Missionary Church and The Seminary
  16. The Architectural Trail - The Complex of Bishop Palaces
  17. The Architectural Trail - The Lublin Cathedral and The Trinitarian Tower
  18. The Architectural Trail - The Church and Monastery of the Order of Capuchin Friars Minor
  19. The Architectural Trail - The Old Theatre
  20. The Architectural Trail - The Old Town Square
  21. The Architectural Trail - The Castle Hill