Rynok Apartament

Address: 16/10, Rynok Square, Lviv, 29020, Ukraine | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lviv

A trip through Village Life

A travel blog entry by aussiebloke51 on Aug 28, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... Old grandmas in traditional dress were walking home from church, gossiping and greeting each other and families and young people were sitting on the back of their horse drawn carts as they were relaxing after the fifteen days of strict fast before this feast day. Village after village was a scene of rural life as it had been for centuries.
We arrived in Lviv in the afternoon with accompanying traffic chaos. Narrow cobblestone streets, trams and ...

Train Ticket Trauma

A travel blog entry by adamandlara55 on Dec 04, 2012

... Guerilla war against the Nazis, Poles and Soviet Union". Firstly, you knock on a big wooden door which has a peep hole. The peep hole is opened by a UPA soldier who says "Slava Ukraini" (Glory to Ukraine). You must then respond "Heroyam slava" (Glory to its heroes). The door opens and the soldier pours you a shot of Medovukha (honey vodka) out of a canteen. You then descend the stairs into a military bunker where you can hold a machine gun from the 40's, shoot an air gun at a ...

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 ...


A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Mar 23, 2012

2 photos

... more fun was when the military style border guard in Ukraine, who had clearly never seen a British passport before spent two minutes staring at me and the passport, and then came back 45 minutes later, called me, and I had to get off the coach and explain to her why I was trying to enter her country. Luckily Halina explained it all for her as the border guard spoke no English, and I spoke no Ukrainian. However at least ...

Solo Americana

A travel blog entry by raichies on Aug 07, 2011

1 photo

... for its coffee houses. Literally there is a place every 3-4 buildings. Starbucks has no market here.

So, a little bit about Lviv (I am a history teacher). Lviv is in the western Ukraine. It is very close to the Polish border and its sister city is Krakow. This is actually the Ukraine's least Soviet city, and one can see the centuries of neoclassical architecture in rococo, baroque, Renaissance and Gothic styles. Surprising, this is ...