Reikartz Medievale Lviv
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Reikartz Medievale Lviv
Travel Blogs from Lviv
... up the vast landscape through which we are travelling. Up and going 0600hrs: Bright sun floods through our little window. We are passing a more arid and Mediterranean landscape. I am the only one up on the train me thinks. WRONG the toilets are full of elderly Russian men looking stubberly in blue BUKTA shorts and green flip flops. The train stops at a large ornate Station where old women bring up baskets of cherries. TOO EARLY! It is now 0705hrs and were are ...
... role in Slavic civilization, but was destroyed during WWII. In the battle for the city, most of the buildings along Kreshchatyk street (the city’s main street) were destroyed (some say by the Soviet secret police because the buildings were being used by the German authorities) and when they were rebuilt, it was in the Soviet style of architecture. Lviv’s city center, on the other hand, is completely preserved, and to walk through its cobblestone streets is ...
Our journey through top-five cities of the Empire wouldn't be complete without Lviv.
Each time we visit this city it's getting more and more beautiful. There are local problems for sure but comparing to other great places of our trip ancient Leopolis doesn't look odd in any way.
We already paid a visit to Lviv Forum of Publishers - the biggest in Ukraine books fair which is currently held here. We ...
... marshrutka, which for those of you who don't know, is a very minibus that picks people up and drops them off wherever they like along a set route. It wasn't terribly large, and with every jolt in the road, we had our teeth shaken out. The cobbles were particularly painful. Now, you may be asking yourself (I know I was at around the 6-hour mark) why I didn't just take a train. The simple reason is that there is no train route between Kamenets and Lviv. I would have either had to ...
... the weather is very cloudy and rainy like Seattle :( Once the weather improves, I'll make the hike up to "High Castle". This is where you can get the most amazing view of the entire city. A friend said at night is the best time to be up there so you can see all the lights of the city!!