loading-image

Medieval Lviv

Medieval Lviv

This tour is especially recommended to those who visit Royal Lviv for the first time. Walking along Rynok Square and nearby streets, you will be fascinated by the diversity of architecture, and the tour guide’s intriguing stories will help you to have a good look, to feel and understand all its beauty. Continue reading

Princely Lviv

Princely Lviv

Have you ever been to places where Lviv was born? Who laid its foundation and when it happened? There are lots of questions, scanty reference in the chronicles and numerous contradicting theories of researchers. During this tour we are going to walk along the streets and squares where the very first Leopolitans lived and where the Galician princes were walking along. Continue reading

Love in Lviv

Love in Lviv

Lviv can boast not only about great architecture and delicious coffee. Our romantic city remembers many real love stories that are more interesting than any legend, primarily because they are alive and real. Continue reading

Polish Lviv

Polish Lviv

During its long history, Lviv was under the Polish rule for more than 400 years. Therefore, it's no secret that Rynok Square and the nearby streets that are so popular with the visitors and Leopolitans were built during the Polish period of Lviv. Continue reading

Tour to the “New World”

Tour to the “New World”

What is the Lviv “New World”? Where is it? There appeared an area for the Lviv intellectuals, known as the “New World”, which was very close to the central part of the city in the 19th century. At that time, Krakow, Warsaw, Vienna and Poznan had districts with similar name. Continue reading

The Lychakiv cemetery

The Lychakiv cemetery

The journey through Lviv cannot be called complete if you didn’t visit its most mysterious place - the Lychakiv necropolis. It is one of the oldest cemeteries of Europe, which emerged on the slopes of Lychakiv back in 1786. No visitor has left indifferent after seeing its greatness and calmness. Continue reading

Jewish Lviv

Jewish Lviv

Johann Alnpek, the famous Lviv burgomaster, once wrote about medieval Lviv: “There are the crowds of Jews, it’s almost their promised land.” Indeed, starting from the 14th century when the Polish king Casimir III the Great hospitably opened the doors of the Polish state to the Jews, this people is closely linked with royal Lviv. Continue reading

A tour along a single street

A tour along a single street

Well, it is possible with us. Have you visited Lviv many times? Have you seen almost everything? Do you know all the houses in Rynok Square by heart? Then how about taking a route which only a few tourists are aware of, although it is rather close to the historic center, in the Austrian part of the city? We mean Kopernyka Street and its vicinity. Continue reading

Ask a question
1000 characters left