We know Ukraine. We love Ukraine.
And we want You to know and love it, too
Number of days: 1
Cost: 200 UAH
Lviv is a very poetic city steeped in legends both ancient and relatively new! Narrow medieval streets paved with stones, architectural monuments of different styles – most preserved in original outlook. In ancient times Lviv was the capital of a mighty Slavic state called the Galicia-Volyn principality. Being a part of Poland and then Austro-Hungarian Empire contributed to the formation of the city’s unique image. Despite all the historical turmoils the city has not lost its Ukrainian spirit, and thank God, Lviv’s delicate architecture has not suffered much during WWII and Soviet Era. One can admire monuments of different eras created by the combination of numerous national and cultural traditions in this open-air city-museum.
Lviv city is graced with beautiful architecture, stormy history, rich spiritual and cultural tradition. Moreover Lviv is a city with special ambiance of romace and charming urban landscapes...people...scents...sounds...epochs...legends and myths and something else that can be witnessed but not expressed by words. That special city atmosphere is represented by narrow medieval streets, peaceful yards, its cozy parks and gardens, splendid panoramic views from Lviv hills and delightful ambience of Lviv cofee-houses and restaurants. Lviv is a sentimental city which provokes memories, incents to dream and addresses to feelings...
This all-in-one tour let’s see the most significant sightseeing places in Lviv including sites of Old Town and Austrian era districts. Together with our guide You’ll visit the main architectural highlights: Opera House, Scientist House (former Aristocratic casino) and impressive building of Lviv National University (former Galician Parliament). Visiting the beautiful Lychakiv cemetery and catching nice panoramic city views from the glorious Castle Hill will enrich and diversify the general impressions from the city tour.
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