Coffee Home Hostel

1, Javorskogo sq., Lviv, 79008, Ukraine | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Lviv

    Train Ticket Trauma

    A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Dec 04, 2012

    ... cards but really you'll have to pay cash. In hindsight, I'd probably recommend the walking tour. After some wandering downtown we headed back to the apartment to make jelly!!! You wouldn't believe how excited I was for this. I mean JELLY! It's great. Then we were off to dinner to a place called Kryjivka. It is one of the many 'secret' restaurants in Lviv marketed at tourists and always with an interesting theme. Kryjivkas theme is based on the Ukrainian Insurgents Army (UPA) as ...

    EURO 2012 in Lviv

    A travel blog entry by katevoss on Jun 17, 2012

    10 photos

    ... and if you have a ticket to the football you can ride free, of course I didn’t have my ticket yet but thankfully she didn’t check. So fiiiinally we arrived at the main bus station where I looked around aimlessly for a way to the stadium until I asked a stadium worker and they said I can walk there. So I did, I walked about 30mins in the boiling hot and voila… 4.5 hours after I set out to get to the stadium I ...

    Ukraine's most lovely city!!

    A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 10, 2011

    3 comments, 24 photos

    ... city.

    On my last day, I spent time talking to a Japanese lad in my dorm. He was either 28 or 58, I didn't know, but he gave me his email address for when I hit Japan. A Spanish guy, Japanese guy and I enjoyed a beer at an outdoor bar and then Spanish guy and I went to try out the underground Ukrain resistance bar. After a knock on the door, you offer the password and the door is open by a guy in ...

    Love in Lviv...

    A travel blog entry by fearcuairt on Jul 28, 2011


    ... they leave less to your imagination. Although many buildings are restored in lviv's central core, there are enough facades blackened or stripped by the vagaries of time and weather to fuel one's historical curiosity and allude to layers of hidden dramas behind them. It is one of those places that are brimming with ghostly traces.

    Lviv's older buildings date back to when it was part of the Austrian empire; it's more recent art nouveau buildings are left untouched and ...

    A rich past slowly being rediscovered

    A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Sep 22, 2010

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... with a Jewish theme (although not Jewish owned). We had a cup of tea here later in the afternoon and the menu has an amazing preface from the owners detailing their commitment to remember the Jewish history of their city. Serhiy told us of a Jewish family owned restaurant near the cemetery where he often takes groups of Jewish clients. He described it as like being invited into someones home. He also showed us the Ghetto memorial.

    He took us ...