Poland’s Eastern Wall

The meld of cultures and influences on Poland’s Eastern Wall surprises the first time visitor. Medieval Lublin serves as a gateway to the untamed beauty of the southeastern corner of historical towns which we recommend visiting. This thinly populated hikers paradise boasts the Bieszczady National Park and rare wooden Uniate and Orthodox Church architecture.

  • Lublin

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Walk through the Old Town dating back to the 14th century with Krakowska Gate, Town Hall and Dominican Church. Visit to the Castle founded by Casimir the Great, the Gothic chapel, containing a beautifully restored 14th century polychrome – reckoned the most precious Polish example of Russian-Byzantine painting. Stop at the 16th century St Nicholas Church and the 17th century Orthodox church, located in the oldest part of Lublin, where excavations have found the city’s first settlements, dating from the 6th century.


  • Zamość

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This unique city was founded in 1580 and its centre has maintained its original Renaissance plan. The Old Square is surrounded with Renaissance houses with arcades and imposing Town Hall.


  • Kazimierz Dolny

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This beautiful town dates back to the 14th century. Picturesquely located on the bank of the River Vistula, Kazimierz attracts visitors with its irresistible charm. Nowadays a Mecca for artists, coming here to gain inspiration from the breathtaking landscape. The quaint Market Square with some fine Renaissance buildings is overlooked by the ruins of a Gothic castle. The microclimate of the genteel spa town of Nałęczów is particularly mild. The town is dominated by the extensive and beautifully landscaped Zdrojowy Park with a centrally located Spa House and water park.


  • Sandomierz

Baranów Sandomierski castle is one of the grandest residences in Poland. Many famous artists worked here, including: Santi Gucci, Tylman von Gameren and Falconi. Nearby Sandomierz is one of the oldest towns in Poland. The region’s capital since the 12th century, it suffered from Tartar invasions several times in the 13th century. The town is now considered one of the best examples of Gothic and Renaissance urban architecture.


  • Przemyśl

Walk along Przemyśl’s reconstructed defensive walls, and through the Old Town Square with Renaissance town houses, dating back to 14th century. Then take a short drive to Krasiczyn Castle, founded in the 16th century, with beautiful Renaissance decoration.

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