Lublin, inhabited by approximately 350 thousand citizens, is the largest and most rapidly developing city in eastern Poland, an investment and the administrative capital for the entire region. It is also a strong, academic, cultural, and economic centre conveniently connected with the rest of the country, located in close proximity to the eastern border of the European Union. The city plays a vital strategic and economic role in maintaining relationship with Eastern European states – Ukraine in particular.
Lublin has a clearly academic character with over 65.000 Polish and international students, holding leading position as the most international academic centre in Poland. Nearly 20.000 young people graduate from 9 universities every year.
Lublin is a place for carrying out investment projects – a young city showing outstanding potential, a city, which is not only rich in valuable human resources but is also among top Polish metropolis in terms of living conditions. A city, where over EUR 1.3 billion has been invested in infrastructure in the last four years.