• Festival Grounds — 1 Szkolna St.
• The Lubelskie Cinema — 1 Szkolna St.
• Cinema in the Castle — ul. Zamkowa 3
• The Perła Cinema on the Small Market Square
• The Bursztynowa Hall — 1 Szkolna St.
• The Bell Tower of Culture [Dzwonnica Kultury] — 2 Zamkowa St.
• Castle in Kazimierz Dolny — 3 Zamkowa St.
• Three Crosses’ Mountain [Góra Trzech Krzyży]
• The Market Square
• KOKPiT — 12 Lubelska St.
• Public Library — 32/34 Lubelska St.
• The Vistula Museum, Temporary Exhibitions Gallery — 19 The Market Sq.
• The Vistula Museum, The Goldsmith Museum — 19 The Market Sq.
• The Vistula Museum, The Celej House [Kamienica Celejowska] — 11 Senatorska St.
• The Vistula Museum, The Kuncewicz House [Dom Kuncewiczów] — 19 Małachowskiego St.
• The Vistula Museum, Regional History and Culture Branch — 20 Podzamcze St.
• The BeA Gallery — 5 Lubelska St.
• The Sławomir Mikawoz Gallery — 6 Lubelska St.
• The Ziemowit Gallery — 7 Lubelska St.
• The Pod Aniołem Gallery — 8 Lubelska St.
• The Kmita House [Kamienica Kmitów] — 9 Lubelska St.
• The Transformation Studio [Pracownia Przemian] — 9 Lubelska St.
• The Mit Gallery — 10 Lubelska St.
• The Andała Gallery— 10 Lubelska St.
• The Michałowski Gallery — 10 Lubelska St.
• The Kośmiński Gallery — 10 Lubelska St.
• The Pottery Studio Sensual — 11 Lubelska St.
• The Dwa Światy Gallery — 13 Lubelska St.
• The Indygo-Art Gallery — 18 Lubelska St.
• The Grabskich Gallery — 33 Lubelska St.
• The Stodoła Gallery — 52a Lubelska St.
• The Slawa Radow Gallery — 5 Nadrzeczna St.
• The Dom Michalaków Gallery — 24 Nadrzeczna St.
• The Leonardo Gallery — 1a Klasztorna St.
• The Ogródek Sztuki Gallery — 21 Szkolna St.
• The Łazorek Gallery — 3 Zamkowa St.
• The Podniebnych Obrazów Gallery — The Small Market Square
• The Third Moon [Trzeci Księżyc] — 1 The Small Market Sq.
• The Photo Staircase [Klatka Fotograficzna] — 2 The Market Sq.
• The Sarzyński Bakery — 6 Nadrzeczna St.
• The Granary [Spichlerz] — 61 Krakowska St.
• The Grodarz River — Nadrzeczna St.
• Passenger Shipping Marina — Kazimierza Wielkiego St.
• The Kazimierskie Wzgórza Vineyard — 35 Wylągi St.
JANOWIEC NAD WISŁĄ
• Castle in Janowiec — 20 Lubelska St.
• The Vistula Museum, Castle in Jnowiec — 20 Lubelska St.
• The Klimaty Gallery
• The Na Płocie Gallery
Because of its attractive location, climate, history, architecture and numerous historical monuments, Kazimierz Dolny has for many years been a touristically popular town. Moreover, the unique atmosphere of the town makes Kazimierz a favourite place of work and rest for all kinds of artists, mainly painters, whose galleries can be visited in Kazimierz.
The town is located on the eastern bank of the Lesser Polish Gorge of the Vistula. Part of the Puławy – Kazimierz Dolny – Nałęczów tourist triangle. The name of the Town has first been noted in the chronicles in 1249. The city’s unique architecture and landscape have been listed in the heritage register. To preserve the municipality’s natural amenities, in 1979 the Kazimierz Landscape Park was created; it encompasses the entire area of the municipality. Moreover, on 8th of September 1994, by the ordinance of the President of Poland, Kazimierz Dolny was declared a Monument of History. Selected historical monuments: ruins of the Castle, the defensive tower, churches (of St. John the Baptist, of St. Bartholomew, of St. Anne, of the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary), the Celej House (it is currently home to a branch of the Nadwiślańskie Museum), the Old Bath-House designed by Jan Koszczyc Witkiewicz, the Synagogue, tenement houses by the Great Market, wooden houses and granaries.
The town is located on the western bank of the Lesser Polish Gorge of the Vistula. The oldest written sources about Janowiec (or Serokomla, to be precise, as that was the name of the place before it had been given town status) come from the 12th century. The town’s landscape amenities and the fact that it is in the vicinity of Kazimierz Dolny make this place an interesting tourist attraction.
The Castle in Janowiec, built in the 16th century thanks to Mikołaj Firlej, has been erected on an irregular polygon form adapted to the area’s topology, on a high slope of the Vistula river ice-marginal valley, at the foot of which the town of Janowiec is located. The castle’s rebuilt interiors hold a permanent exhibition on its history. In the tourist season (May-October), temporary exhibitions are also organised. Selected historical monuments: the Castle (it is currently home to a branch of the Nadwińlańskie Museum), a Gothic church (inside – the tombstone of the Firlejs, made by Santi Gucci of Florence), a manor complex including a Baroque court with an exhibition of the interiors of a gentry house and guest rooms, and a wooden granary with an ethnographic exhibition, among others.
An old fishing settlement, today a holiday-resort village right by the Vistula River, 3 km from the centre od Kazimierz Dolny, from where you can get to Mięćmierz by walking along the Vistula bank and over the Albrechtówka mountain, where an observation point for the Vistula gorge is located.
Mięćmierz village can be called a live heritage park: many old peasant huts had been moved here from other places, where they would have been annihilated. And this happened thanks to the new owners of the estates: artists, intelligentsia from Warsaw and Lublin, who use these houses as chalets and their asylums. Mięćmierz is a magical settlement in the heart of which there is a well covered by a shingle roof, from which field pathways go in four directions of the world. South-west of Mięćmierz the Cow Island is located: a reserve protecting nests of many species of birds.
The voivodeship lies at the eastern border of the European Union. The most important transcontinental roads and railways are found throughout the region. With four universities, a polytechnic institute and private colleges, Lublin is one of the country’s biggest academic centres: every fourth citizen of Lublin is a student. There are also numerous science institutes, research and development centres.
The Lublin region is an area attractive to tourists who like to spend their time actively; there are thousands of kilometres of designated trails to be covered on foot, by bicycle or on horseback, including trails in the national and landscape parks. Recreation and relaxation close to nature is guaranteed by hundreds of agritourism households, which specialise in making traditional products and regional cuisine, households having riding schools, fisheries, organising canoeing and bicycle rallies or, for example, a photographic safari. Lubelskie Voivodeship also offers many places and historical monuments connected with different cultures and religions. The most important of those is Zamość: a perfect Renaissance town from the UNESCO World Heritage list, in the past created and inhabited by Catholics, Orthodox, Greeks, Jews, Armenians. A perfect example of how the culture and religion of eastern and western Europe permeate each other is the Chapel of the Holy Trinity of Lublin Castle: a historical monument of the highest class, which combines Gothic architecture with Ruthenian-Bizantine fresco.