Lubin has a population of about 75,000. It is better known as a functional modern city than as a tourist destination. You can finds bits of history peeking out from between soviet era monstrosities and post soviet glitz, but they are few and hard to find. Although it does not draw a lot of tourists, those who live in the more rural parts of the surrounding area appreciate it as a place to find goods and services sometimes hard to come by in the smaller towns.
Lubin Airport is a general aviation airport. It handles charter and private planes, but no scheduled airlines.
PKP] nb The nearest operating station is Rudna Miasto, about 14 km North on route 292. In 2008 planning was begun by the city and the rail company InterRegioRail to implement a rail line between Lubin, Legnica, Głogów, and Polkowice. As of 2013 no progress has been reported.
- Buses run in most areas of the city. On-line map and timetable
- The easiest way to get around is by private auto or taxi.
- Town Hall.
- City walls.
- Głogów Tower.
- August 1982 Victims' Memorial.
- Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary.
- Our Lady of Częstochowa Church.
- Sacred Heart Church.
- Zagłębie Lubin. Go see a football game.
- Cuprum Arena. Is a modern shopping mall with four levels of stores and a Helios cinema.
- Many large chains including Real, Tesco, Obi and Castorama have stores in Lubin
- Youth Hostel, ul. Komisji Edukacji Narodowej 6a, ☎ , e-mail: email@example.com. Check-in: 13:00, check-out: 10:00. Opened in 2011. 87 places. 30/21 zł per bed in doubles and threes, discounts for members of International Hostelling.
- Hotel Baron, ul. M.Skłodowskiej-Curie 88, ☎ . Double 130 - 180 zł, breakfast 20 zł.