Bachata classes in Lublin Poland

Are you planning to learn bachata in Lublin,
but you don’t know where to go?
This post is for you.

Discover the best places to learn bachata in the iconic city of Lublin.

You may be wondering if Lublin is a good place to learn bachata.
Yes, or as they would say in Polish TAK.

In Lublin,
the best place to dance is Casa de la Danza (Daria Dudek)

Casa de la Danza – all about the best dancing school in Lublin

In Casa de la Danza, Lublin
they have bachata classes for all levels.

No matter if you are a beginner dancer,
an intermediate or advanced dancer –
In Casa de la Danza Lublin there will be a class for you.

In addition to bachata couple classes,
they have also solo classes, body movement, afro , Kizomab Salsa and much more.

The school is owned by the talented local dancer – Daria Dudek

On top of this,
they have weekend workshops with local and international couples such as:

  • Iban & Daria
  • Nikita & Klau
  • Rafal & Amelia
  • …and many more!

Prices in Casa de la Danza

If you are in town only for a short period, (or you don’t have a multisport card),
you will have to pay 35zl for a single class.

4 hours pass is 120PLN,
and you can use it for one full month.

If 4 hours in a month is not enough,
you may want to go for double,
the 8 hours pass costs 190PLN.

And if you are crazy about dancing
(like us at,
you can opt for the VIP PASS for 240PLN.

What is included in the VIP PASS?
Unlimited number of classes
Free parties at Casa de la Danza
and many other things.

Do you feel you want to learn fast in an individual class,
book your bachata private class in Lublin here.

How to reach Casa de la Danza in Lublin?

Good news,
it is easy to reach Casa de la Danza in Lublin. 20min by public transport from the city centre.

The school is located: Frezerów 3, Lublin, 20-209 Lublin, Polonia

Enjoy your dancing in Lublin!

Contact and official websites

You can reach out to Casa de la Danza on their official website and their official Facebook profile.

If you are staying in Poland,
and commuting to Lublin via Warsaw,discover here the best bachata parties in the capital of Poland.

First time in Lublin, discover all about this iconic Polish city below:

What to do in Lublin

Are you ready to explore Lublin?
You are in for a treat!

This city is full of surprises and has something for everyone. Whether you are interested in history, culture, or food, Lublin has it all.

Here are some of the best things to do in Lublin:

Start your day by visiting the Lublin Castle.

This castle is one of the oldest royal seats in Poland and was founded on its namesake hill in the 12th century by the High Duke Casimir II the Just.

Old Town

After that, head over to the Old Town.
The Old Town is a small but evocative area with a new sheen, giving new lustre to the Old Town’s impressive stock of Renaissance and baroque townhouses.

The Lublin Open Air Village Museum

You can also visit The Lublin Open Air Village Museum.
This museum is a unique place where you can see how people lived in rural Poland in the past.

Lublin’s best restaurants.

Try Mandragora Restaurant which serves Eastern European and Israeli cuisine. They have excellent pierogi that you must try!

Another great option is Mrau Cafe,
which has a wide selection of Polish and international dishes.

Majdanek State Museum

Take a tour of Majdanek State Museum.

This museum is dedicated to the memory of the victims of the Nazi concentration camp located on the outskirts of Lublin during World War II.

Fontanna Multimedialna Lublin

After that,
head over to Fontanna Multimedialna Lublin.
This fountain is a beautiful sight to see at night when it is lit up with colorful lights.

Where to stay in Lublin

Here are some affordable accommodation options available in Lublin:

Ibis Styles Lublin Stare Miasto

This hotel is located in Lublin and offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar.

Among the facilities at this property are a 24-hour front desk and a kids’ club, along with free WiFi throughout the property.

The hotel has newspapers and an ATM machine that guests can use.

Lubhotel Lublin

This hotel is located in Lublin and provides accommodation with a fitness centre, private parking, a terrace and a restaurant.

This 3-star hotel offers a bar.

Hotel PZMot3

This hotel is located on the European route E372 and offers accommodation with free Wi-Fi and parking. Lublin’s Old Town is about a 15-minute walk away.

The rooms at Hotel PZMot are carpeted and classically decorated. Each comes with a TV and a radio, as well as a seating area.

A private bathroom is equipped with a shower.
There is restaurant Fiesta in the same building where guests can enjoy their meals.

Hampton By Hilton Lublin

This hotel is located in Lublin and features a terrace and fitness centre. Guests can enjoy a meal in the elegant on-site restaurant or a drink at the bar.

Every room comes with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and some include a seating area where you can relax. All rooms boast a private bathroom where you will find a shower, free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Facilities for disabled guests are also provided in certain room types.

Where to eat in Lublin

Here are some great local and international food options for you to try after an intense night of dancing:

Mrau Cafe

This groovy cafe has a wide selection of Polish and international dishes, including vegetarian options. It’s open every day from 11:00 to 20:00.

Mandragora Restaurant

This restaurant serves Eastern European and Israeli cuisine. It’s open every day from 12:00 to 22:00. The pierogi is highly recommended!

Zielony Talerzyk Restaurant

This restaurant serves Polish and international cuisine, with a focus on vegetarian food. It’s open every day from 11:00 to 20:00.

Other useful information when visiting Lublin

Lublin is a city that has it all.

With a population of 334.68K people, it’s the ninth-largest city in Poland and the second-largest city of historical Lesser Poland.

The currency used in Lublin is the Polish Zloty (PLN),
but don’t worry, you can easily convert it to EUR. You can use your electronic devices without any problems because the plug type used in Lublin is Type C.

When you arrive at the airport, you can take a bus, taxi, car, towncar or foot to get to the city center.

And if you’re looking for something interesting to do while you’re there,
Lublin is known for its thriving alternative art scene and its green spaces and a high standard of living.

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