Kazimierz Dolny Travel Guide

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Kazimierz Dolny Overview

Kazimierz Dolny is a small picturesque town on the eastern bank of the Vistula river in eastern Poland. The town, named after Polish king Casimir the Just, was established in the 14th century. It is about an hour from Warsaw. It is situated in Puławy County in the Lublin Voivodeship.

Its beautiful setting in a small valley surrounded by low wooded hills and unique architectural monuments attract many tourists from Poland and abroad.

Among many beautiful monuments, the gothic parish church is impressive. It's facade, which was restored after a fire in 1651 is the finest surviving example of the Lublin Renaissance style.

Do not forget to take time to stroll along Vistula banks, do your shopping on the market square behind the cathedral and visit one of many coffee-shops and art galleries.
Avoid visiting the town on weekends (too many people from Warsaw visiting, way too crowded!) and Mondays (the galleries are closed).