Craft workshops, some of which were opened several centuries ago, continue to operate in Lublin's heritage district. You can visit them outside the framework of holidays. Local artisans often organize exhibitions and open master classes for all comers. Like many years ago, the Jagiellonian Fair attracts merchants and artisans from various countries. It is attended by guests from Slovenia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, and Russia. The variety of goods presented at the fair is truly amazing, from unique handmade crafts to rare delicacies and drinks.
For the guests of the city, the colorful festival is a great opportunity to buy interesting souvenirs. fired clay pottery and hand-embroidered clothes are especially popular with tourists. The traditional holiday of Lublin has its own unique symbol - the golden chicken. Its figure of impressive size is always set on one of the historic streets. During the festival, it becomes one of the most photographed objects.
Gourmets will surely enjoy the historic holiday, as local restaurants and pubs take an active part in it. Many of them set up outdoor terraces and counters on the street to present the most popular treats. A must-try for festival guests is traditional pastries - chefs prepare wonderful pies with meat and fruit fillings. Within the framework of the fair, interesting free tours are organized for all tourists.