Although economically poor, it is extremely rich in nature and culture. The Lublin region is agriculture, forests and a real melting pot. And it is just the matter that this land is becoming more and more attractive for tourists seeking contact with nature.
The landscape of the Lublin region, despite the lack of high mountains and lakes, is very diverse. The nature of Poleski National Park and the gorges in the Roztoczański National Park are impressive. The most important cities, i.e. Lublin and Zamość, are gladly visited. A big attraction is Chełm and the chalk underground located in this city. The Lublin region is also a beautiful Bug valley and an interesting culture of the Polish-Ukrainian borderland.
Zamość is the main destination of many trips to this land. The Old Town is distinguished by a beautiful market square. The city walls and the synagogue are interesting. Zamość, as a pearl of the Polish Renaissance, has been eagerly visited by tourists for years.
Lublin is another attractive city. In the Old Town many historic tenements have been preserved, the interesting castle is also the local castle.
It is also worth visiting Kozłówka, which has one of the most beautiful palace complexes in Poland. Kazimierz Dolny is the real pearl of the Lublin region, and he is in no way inferior to Nałęczów.