Set out to the south-east for a great doze of cultural and historical experience!
- Explore Kozłówka’s splendid palace complex built in 1742. The Kozłówka palace took the first place on the list of “7 New Wonders of the Poland” and won the plebiscite “Poland is the coolest” organized by National Geographic Traveler magazine.
- Visit the one-of-a-kind Socialist-Realist art gallery, housed in the Kozłówka Palace’s Coach-house. The museum displays more than 1,600 sculptures, drawings, paintings, prints and posters from the period 1950-1955. Contemplate the art created under the control of a totalitarian regime!
- Go to Lublin, the city of inspiration! Lublin is a city full of youthful energy (about 80 thousands young people study at Lublin’s universities!) , with one of Poland’s most magical old towns. Small and cosy, Lublin’s old town holds many jewels of architecture, such as a castle from the 12th century or the second oldest theater in Poland.
- Pay your respects at Majdanek concentration camp and meditate on the cruelty of history and man.
This tour can be joint with the Kazimierz Dolny and Puławy tour.
The above-mentioned programme is created on your request and price is set according to the range and standard of the services you choose.