As the temperatures in Poland reached +32 Celsjus and the heat in the factory became unbearable, there was nothing else to choose but leave the molds for fast over-the-weekend dry and escape from hard work.
Lublin was the target. Often referred to as the capital of eastern Poland, Lublin is the largest and the fastest developing city on the right side of the Vistula River. Its rich history and the fact that it is located in a multi-cultural melting pot define its characteristic and unique values. They have been particularly well reflected in its architecture, topography and the social and cultural development of the city. All those qualities add to the unique local diversity of the city and make it exceptionally attractive.
Our group was welcomed by the team from Lublin Science and Technology Park who showed the students the most interesting spots in town, especially those that relate to the rich history of the region in context of the new developments that contribute to fast growth and innovative solutions for the city and its surroundings.
It was a perfect day to chill out, cool off and finally be a tourist!