Address: 50, V.Velykoho str., Lviv, 79053, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

Our Visit to Lviv

A travel blog entry by ukraineadoption on Dec 02, 2014

2 comments, 28 photos

... them. One day the Nazis were planting explosives right along the sewage lines, planning to blow up part of the city and exactly where the Jews were hiding. When he saw this, he ran up to them, even though he could have gotten shot, showed them his papers proving that he was a sewer worker, and urgently explained that there was methane gas underneath from the sewer lines and if they detonated the bombs, the whole city and their whole army occupying ...

Lviv so alive and creativ

A travel blog entry by kennethj on Jul 30, 2014

... Slovakia. And I got 15 hours here in Lviv, properly the most nationalistic town in ukr (or UA as on the nr plate). I forgot to visit the Herry potter restaurant :-) perhaps I dident! I saw how people was sitting with helmet with light and looking at the menu in a dark Potter room. I saw it. But first of all, the very first thing I did next after ticket was to have a hair cut. 2€ And it ...

Love Lviv

A travel blog entry by kwoky86 on Nov 15, 2012

9 photos

... on the menu at this bar are horseradish vodka, beer, cola and honey vodka mixed together and guns, ok I didn't have enough money to buy a gun (€500!) but the drinks I tried and horseradish vodka is a big no no!

Day 2 and after missing the free walking tour Girihen persuaded me to try out some of what he calls 'travel tactics', and I'm always up for trying new things especially if they include travelling! Girihen has 2 main tactics, the ...

Getting Closer

A travel blog entry by cadkinsca on Jun 02, 2012

2 comments, 26 photos

Getting closer to the beginning of Euro 2012, and L'viv is another of the host cities. Thus, there was a lot of construction of fences, stages, screens and cafe space all over the city. It seemed well enough cafed, pubbed, barred and restauranted to me, but I suspect they know what they are doing.

Lviv was founded in 1247 and was part of Poland until World War II. It was also more than 50% Polish ...

Ukraine's most lovely city!!

A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 10, 2011

3 comments, 24 photos

... life and I never want to, especially for 'tourist' fun!

The walk back to the train station for my overnight sleeper train to Kyiv took 45 minutes and I arrived super early. The Japanese guy doubted I would find my way, but it is up one long street (that is being torn to shreds, for what I imagine is a new tram line).

When my train arrives, I make my bed and settle in for the night, when I wake up, I should be in Kyiv.