Galeria GALA has been operating since August 2007.
The facility was built on the site of the former Agricultural Machines Factory, which was established by Wacław Moritz in 1900.

Gala shopping mall is located in Lublin, in Bronowice district (commonly known as “Stare Bronowice”), at the intersection of Fabryczna street and Unia Lubelska avenue and also between two rivers: Bystrzyca and Czerniejówka. Additionally, the facility is situated in the immediate vicinity of the city center, including the Old Town (with a view of the Old Town), approx. 1.5 km from the very center.

The streets where the facility is located are an important point in the local public transportation system. About 45% of all public transportation lines in Lublin run through, or nearby, the “Lubelskiego Lipca ’80” roundabout. Furthermore, nearly 400,000 people change lines every month at nearby bus stops.

The roundabout itself is one of the busiest places in the city. It is located close to the bus and train stations, which makes it easier to get to the facility using public transportation. Moreover, accessing Gala by your own vehicle is not a problem. Outside of peak hours, every district of Lublin, from our facility, can be reached by car in less than 20 minutes. What is more, the city is constantly investing and expanding its road network.

It is Worth mentioning that 150 000 people live within 12 minutes drive of the Gala shopping mall, which is 45 % of Lublin’s residents, of which 61% are people aged 0-50.

The changes in the Bystrzyca Valley will cover around 1,000 hectares of land located along the river over a distance of 21 kilometers.

The concept provides for the construction of  50 km of bicycle paths and 50 km of sidewalks by the river. There will also be four new beaches, Jordanowski garden,  four parks, as well as People’s Park going to be rebuilt.  Cleaning the riverbed will allow for kayaking. Moreover, the banks of Bystrzyca River will be connected by 20 footbridges.

The concept also provides for the construction  of eight stops with a sailing roof on the Water Mills Route on Bystrzyca River, as well as a sport center in Rusałka Park.

Planned construction: by 2027

Source: Kurier Lubelski

Lublin City Bike (bike rental) has been operating since September 2014.
Only in 2016, the system was used over 855 thousand times. Bicycles were most often borrowed from the station at Nadbystrzycka Street, followed by Zamojska Street (the old bridge) next to Gala.

In 2017, students of KUL started a new initiative, by submitting a letter to the town hall about construction of a new footbridge over Bystrzyca River and a bicycle path leading to it along the Czechówka River (next to the Gala).
The new walking route and bicycle path would lead from Unii Lubelskiej avenue, further along Czechówka River, to a new footbridge on Bystrzyca River, somewhere nearby the Przyjaźni Street. Thanks to the new boulevard, the districts of Bronowice and Tatary would have a good connection with the Old Town, as well as with the Kalinowszczyzna district.

Aqua Lublin is a swimming center with an Olympic-size swimming pool at Zygmuntowskie avenue in Lublin.
Under construction: September 2013 – July 2015

The entire facility can be divided into 3 zones:
Zone A
Olympic swimming pool – has a movable bottom that allows to adjust the depth of the pool bottom, as well as a movable and submersible platform that allows to divide the pool into smaller parts, in four ways. What is more, this zone consists of conference room for 60 people, changing rooms, showers, rooms for judges, players, coaches and doping control.

Zone B
Swimming pool (60 m², its depth ranges from 1 to 1.2 m ) – It has: water jets, air massage benches, waterfall and climbing wall.
Jacuzzi (36 m², 1.25 m deep) – It has: hydro massage, loungers and air massage benches.
Pool for Children (33 m², its depth ranges from 45 to 60 cm) – with a mushroom, a climbing ship with a slide, a climbing ladder and a water cannon.

From this part of the zone, you can swim from the building to the outdoor swimming pool (200 m², depth 1.25 m), which is open all year round. Next to it, there is another outdoor swimming pool (12 m²) with hydro massage.

Zone C
Parner – a biological regeneration and rehabilitation complex with a gym, massage rooms, hydro massage rooms, phototherapy and cryotherapy. Winter garden with vines and trees, restaurant and sports shop.
First floor – Finnish and aromatic sauna, “saunarium”, two Turkish baths, solarium, ice barrel, bathtubs, deckchairs, ice containers, warm swimming pool and regenerative shower.
Second floor – fitness room, gym, cardio room, spinning bikes, changing rooms and showers.

City of Lublin stadium located at Stadionowa Street.
Under construction: December 2012 – summer 2014

The stadium was built in the “Za Cukrownią” district, in the area of the liquidated Lublin sugar factory, around 50-100 meters from Bystrzyca River.

The venue is designed for football matches, but concerts can also be held there.

The construction of the central station in Lublin is planned from 2011. It’s going to serve regional, long-distance, suburban, inter-city, bus and micro bus connections, and will be integrated with Lublin’s public transportation system.

The planned local spatial development plan for Podzamcze Area provides for the liquidation of the existing bus station. The new bus station will be built right next to the railway station on Gazowa Street, on the existing premises of the PKS station – together they will create the Integrated Intermodal Metropolitan Station.

Planned launch: approximately 2022