Nicknamed 'The town of three cultures', due to the town's history of tolerance and cultural diversity between the Jewish (who constituted 70% of the town's population before the Second World War), Catholic and Orthodox communities, the town's history is reflected in its vibrant community and architecture, with a large Synagogue, Orthodox church and Catholic church standing within five minutes of each other.
Each year, Włodawa plays host to the Festiwal Trzech Kultur, or The Festival of Three Cultures where many citizens of Lubelskie and the surrounding regions travel to celebrate the town's diverse history, and view the many cultural events and markets of each of the three communities.
The town has a small railway station, named Włodawa-Orchówek.
Włodawa is a small town, and almost everything is within walking distance. However, the town's bus service is efficient and on time, and taxi's are both plentiful and cheap.
The country surrounding Włodawa plays host to significant natural beauty. From the bank of the Bug river, a short walk away from the town, one can see the end of the European Union and Poland, and the beginning of Belarus.
Each of the centers of worship in Włodawa, the Catholic Church, the Synagogue and the Orthodox Church, are interesting and welcoming to tourists.