Lubin, a vibrant town nestled in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of western Poland, beckons with tales of history, industry, and cultural pride. A harmonious blend of past achievements and contemporary verve makes this city a fascinating Polish gem. Read more

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With roots extending back to the Middle Ages, Lubin has witnessed and absorbed centuries of history. Historically significant for its copper mining, it played a pivotal role in the region's industrial growth, and that heritage has paved the way for its modern identity. Today, while still upholding its mining traditions, Lubin is a burgeoning center of education, commerce, and culture.
One cannot discuss Lubin without mentioning its immense passion for sports, especially football. The town is home to the top-tier Polish football club, KGHM Zagłębie Lubin, and the spirit of the game pervades its streets, cafes, and conversations.
Lubin, with its mix of the old and new, provides a canvas of experiences. From historical sites to modern sporting arenas, it offers a slice of Poland that is both genuine and heartwarming.

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What to do in Lubin

Lubin's Old Town

Meander through the historic heart of the city, where charming squares, rustic buildings, and quaint cafes await discovery.

Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

An architectural jewel that dates back to the 13th century, showcasing Gothic artistry.

Lubin's Hill Fort

This ancient fortified settlement provides a glimpse into the early history of the region.

Regional Museum in Lubin

Delve into the cultural, historical, and archaeological treasures of Lubin and its environs.

Stadium Dialog Arena

The pulsating heart of Lubin's football passion, this modern stadium hosts matches that electrify the spirit of the town.

Park Miejski

A verdant oasis offering locals and visitors a peaceful retreat with its serene walkways, children's playground, and a pond.

Monument of the Fallen Shipyard Workers

A poignant reminder of the struggles and sacrifices made by workers during the communist era.

Copper Mining Traditions

Visit the local mines and associated institutions to understand the significance of copper in shaping Lubin's identity.

Lubin Cultural Centre

A hub of artistic and cultural events, where one can immerse in performances, exhibitions, and workshops.

The Post-Evangelical Church

A historic church with distinctive architecture, showcasing Lubin's religious heritage.

What else to visit
In and around Lubin

Grodziec Castle (41.02 km)

Perched atop a basalt hill in Lower Silesia, Poland, Grodziec Castle is a captivating blend of medieval architecture and natural splendor. A fortress with a 1000-year-old history, this castle is a living museum of war, romance, and royalty.

Ksiaz Castle (64.32 km)

Poland's third-largest castle, perched atop a rocky cliff overlooking the picturesque Pełcznica River. With its fascinating history, sumptuous interiors, and sprawling gardens, the castle is a window into the rich tapestry of Silesian nobility.

Wroclaw (65.02 km)

Wroclaw, known as the "Venice of Poland", is a city with a rich history, stunning architecture and many islands and bridges. This charming city is world famous for its colourful buildings and hundreds of little bronze dwarfs.

Jelenia Góra (66.01 km)

Jelenia Góra, a picturesque town in the southwest of Poland, rests in the heart of the Karkonosze Mountains. With its historic charm and scenic landscapes, this "Deer Mountain" city offers a serene and culturally rich experience to visitors.

Krogulec (68.79 km)

Discover Krogulec, a serene village in Poland's picturesque heartlands, where timeless landscapes and rural tranquility offer a peaceful retreat from the bustling world.

Kowary (73.41 km)

Located in southwestern Poland, Kowary is a hidden gem nestled within the Sudetes Mountains. Known for its scenic beauty and intriguing underground attractions, Kowary serves as a peaceful retreat and a journey into Poland's mining history.

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