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50 minutes and you are in Warsaw

Eurolot is to launch another flight connection from Lublin this time to Warsaw, which will operate 6 times a week. This offer targets passengers in transit for whom it will be convenient and fast to access Warsaw airport from the capital of Lublin province so that such passengers can catch a connecting flight and continue their journey onwards.
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City Guards closer to the citizens

Lublin City Guard structure will considerably change since the following year. Officers will be permanently present in the districts and the citizens will be able to address interventions directly to them.

Lublin - Stockholm flights since May 2015

Lublin Airport will have a new flight destination to Sweden since May 21, 2015. Lublin - Stockholm Skavsta flights will be available three times a week: on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. Wizz Air, the flights operator, has also announced increase of its presence on the routes to Oslo and London.


You can enrol for „Pierwsza Dycha” run

You can enrol to take part in the event by filling in an online form up until 12:00 o’clock on 18th of September or until all the places have been filled. There is a limited number of spots, capped at 1200 runners. The 10 km in distance run will take place on 21st of September on an open air area around Zalew Zemborzycki [artificial lake] in Lublin. Registration is held at Globus Sports Hall at Kazimierza Wielkiego 8 street. On the day of the run registration will be facilitated in the vicinity of the start line.

21st National Bugle Calls Festival

As in previous years, trumpeters from all over Poland will gather in Lublin on 15th of August to present bugle calls from their cities. The event will be held in front of the Crown Tribunal in the Old Town. This year, we will host buglers from 40 cities and towns. Lublin tradition to sound bugle calls dates back to 17th century when it was played from the tower of the Cracow Gate. It was on 7th May 1575 that the bugle call was sounded for the first time in Lublin. The bugle calls have been played continuously for the past 20 years each day in Lublin at noon, at the beginning from the Cracow Gate and at present it is sounded from the balcony of the Town Hall.



Lublin is one of Poland’s three cities that still operate a regular trolleybus line. Other two cities are Tychy and Gdynia.
One of the Soviet ZIU trolleybuses owned by the Municipal Public Transport Company (MPK) was renovated in 2003. The old regular seats were taken out, and restaurant tables were installed, along with a small bar and toilets. The new version is called ZIUTEK and may be used for promotional activities.