Exploring Lublin's architecture is like a time machine journey. From mysterious Middle Ages to rich eclectism. The main Lublin's monuments is Kaplica Św. Trójcy (THe Holy Trinity Chapel). Its interior has a Byzantine style and the outside western Gothic style. The second main attraction are Lublin's Renaissance style churches. It is a interim style between Gothic and Renaissance. But that is not all. Really outstanding is Lubeslka Starówka (Lublin's Old Town). Brama Krakowska (Krakowska Gate) is the prode of the city. There is also Wieża Trynitarska (Trynitarska Tower) with a view over the Old Town. Klasztor Dominikański (THe Dominicans Monastery) is the pearl. Teatr Osterwy (Osterwa Theatre) is also worth seeing. Sign: yellow, lenght: 3km, time of wander: 2,5 - 3 hours.