Kazimierz Dolny is a small historic town of 2600 inhabitants, located about 50km west of Lublin on the banks of the Vistula river.
Kazimierz Dolny dates back to the 11th century and obtained town rights in the first half of the 14th century. It experienced a period of prosperity which ended with the 30 years war in the 17th century. After that the trade declined and the development of Kazimierz Dolny ended.
Nowadays Kazimierz Dolny is a major tourist and art centre in Poland. Tourists, mainly from Poland, come to visit its cute historic centre with the market square and the castle.
How to get to Kazimierz Dolny
Kazimierz Dolny can be easily reached by car, for instance from Lublin. It doesn't have an own train station.
There are countless accomodation options in and near Kazimierz Dolny, most of them bookable via the international booking portals.
01 Wooden roofs 02 Roof detail 03 Market square 04 Market square
05 Well on market square 06 Market square 07 Market square 08 Parish church of St John 09 Geraniums
10 Row of houses on market square 11 Well on market square 12 Historic houses on market square
13 Parish church of St John 14 Market square
15 Market square 16 Parish church of St John 17 Castle
18 Castle 19 Trail to castle tower 20 View over Kazimierz Dolny 21 Castle tower
22 Castle walls 23 Castle 24 Historic houses on market square 25 Restaurant on market square
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