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A regional airport for the Lublin region opened in December 2012. The airport is located 15 kilometers from the city center of Lublin. One-way tickets from Warsaw to Lublin cost something about 150 PLN.
Getting to Lublin airport by car is not complicated. If driving, you need to head east to Świdnik along Mełgiewska or Wincentego Witos streets.
The fastest and most comfortable way to get to Lublin airport is by train from Przewozów Regionalne. The journey from Lublin Główny station to Lublin Airport takes 15 minutes and costs PLN 5.30.
You can also get from the centre of Lublin to the airport by public transport bus number 5, which leaves from Krakowska Gate, PKS Main Station and Castle Terraces, every hour or so
There is also a direct connection of Lublin Airport with the Garden Service buses from Tomaszów Lubelski, Zamość and Krasnystaw through the centre of Lublin (parking under the castle, always 2 hours before departure). A ticket from Lublin to the airport costs 10 PLN, from Krasnystaw 25 PLN, from Zamość 35 PLN and Tomaszow Lubelski 45 PLN.
Even before we get to the Old Town, you should find the Royal Castle. This is the whole complex that looks as if it was from a completely different fairy tale. From a distance, you can see a round tower – it’s a donjon, one of the oldest buildings in the city, which once had a defensive and residential function. Within the complex there is also one of the largest monuments in Lublin: beautifully decorated with frescoes Holy Trinity Chapel. In the castle, you will also find a Lublin Museum with numerous exhibitions and painting galleries, including the famous “Lublin Union” by Matejko – one of the greatest Polish painters.
You should arrive at the market through the Grodzka Gate – it is one of the two gates that were part of the city’s defensive wall, and which survived to this day. On the way you pass the ruins – these are the remains of the foundations of St. Michael’s Church, which was one of the oldest in the city. Nowadays it is a place of meetings, performances and concerts