Kolessy Street

Address: 13 Kolessy, apart. 1, Lviv, 79000, Ukraine | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Kolessy, apart. 1, Lviv, is near Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet, Uzhhorod Castle, Gorky Library, and Carl Gascoigne Monument.
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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

... would fall down into it had steps that went down into an apparent cellar that was not even drawn up in the official apartment plans they were given when they first decided to rent it. They always wondered if it had been a hiding place for Jews. Years later, they met up with someone whose grandparents had lived there and sure enough, it was made for hiding Jews. They had read a book chronicling Jews hiding in the sewage system of Lviv and when they ...

Lviv so alive and creativ

A travel blog entry by kennethj on Jul 30, 2014

... the fifth Floor with the perfect view over this old capital in the forgotten imperium Galicia. I been here before and it was nice to see the place again. But! Before going up, up and more up those narrow and dark stares, passing by lamps from the past in many different kinds I had to press the bottom and Waite for green light - it's that narrow and so exiting dark! up up and up around to ...

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.