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How Tourist Card works?

The Lublin Tourist Card is an offer of free admission to museums and tourist attractions and discount deals in restaurants and hotels.
We hope that every Card User will find many interesting things in Lublin and leave our city feeling happy and relaxed.
Welcome to Lublin, the City of Inspiration!


Discover and Explore

Discover and Explore Lublin - City Inspiration with Lublin Tourist Card!

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Check out the website or brochure which attractions you can visit or take advantage of the available routes


Choose the right package for you and buy the card online or at selected points

Here you can use the Tourist Card


Museums, exhibitions, galleries and vernissages are waiting for those who wish to take a journey into the depths of Lublin's seven hundred years of history.



Amazing culinary experiences are waiting for you in Lublin. Regional delicacies and dishes from various parts of the world.



The charms of Lublin, its monuments, history, a multitude of cultural events and a slow atmosphere encourage a longer stay.



If during a stay in Lublin occurs a breakdown of the weather or a spring storm is nothing to lose! In Lublin there is no time for boredom!


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The castle tower called the Donjon is a 13th-century Romanesque structure and the oldest building in Lublin. The top floors of the donjon host a historical exhibition dedicated to prisoners kept at the castle - from Polish freedom fighters imprisoned after the 1848 Spring of Nations and 1863

State Museum at Majdanek

State Museum at Majdanek


The museum at Majdanek is one of the most important memorial places in Poland. It encompasses an area of a former German concentration camp, where nearly 80,000 people were killed during World War II. The realities of the concentration camp are presented in indoor and outdoor

MSCU Botanical Garden

MSCU Botanical Garden


The Botanical Garden is a scientific and didactic unit of Marie Sklodowska-Curie University. Founded in 1965, it is situated in the western part of the city, in the Czechówka River valley. The garden covers an area of 22 ha of picturesque land divided into thematic