Lublin (Lubelskie) province is in eastern Poland, the Voivodeship shares an international border with neighbouring countries Ukraine and Belarus. Internally four Polish provinces Podlaskie, Mozowieckie, Świętokrzyskie and Podkarpackie sit beside this Voivodeship. The capital of the region is Lublin with a population of nearly 350,000 people. The Lubelskie province covers an area of over 25,100 sq. km.
The Lublin Voivodeship region has many historical and natural sites for any visitor to Poland. The city of Lublin has an inspiring old town square, churches and castles to explore. The city of Chelm has exciting chalk tunnels that run underneath the city waiting to be explored, while Zoom Natury is a huge recreation park set up on the shore of Janowski Reservoir.
Getting to Lublin Voivodeship
Lublin Airport is an airport in Poland serving Lublin and the surrounding region. The airport is about 10 km (6.2 miles) east of central Lublin, near the town of Świdnik. In total, there are 9 airports around the world that have direct flights to Lublin, from different 6 countries. Airlines flying to Lublin include Ryanair and Wizz Air. You can pick up a rental car at Rzeszow Airport to explore Podkarpacie.
Flixbus has the best options if you’re travelling around Poland by bus. Polish rail has connections to Lublin. The city of Lublin is a hub for trains connecting major Polish cities with the eastern countries such as Warsaw to Kyiv. From Lublin, you can catch a train directly to Polish cities like Cracow, Warsaw, Kielce or Zamosc. Search train tickets to Lublin with Omio. By car, the s19 Autostrada runs from North to South and passes by Lublin. From Warsaw, the s17 runs to Lublin and the Ukraine border.
Distances from Lublin to other Polish cities by road
- Krakow – 346 kilometres
- Wroclaw – 576 kilometres
- Warsaw – 175 kilometres
- Poznan – 480 kilometres
- Gdansk – 585 kilometres
- Bialystok – 325 kilometres
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