Venice Palace

Venice Palace, Lviv: Address, Phone Number, Venice Palace Reviews: 4/5

Venice Palace
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Olesia
Chernihiv, Ukraine7 contributions
Very cool exhibitions!
Oct 2019
I like this place. It's a very cozy and compact building with a lot of historical treasures inside. Most of all I like the exhibition of very old dishes. It was so interesting to know more about life in Lviv and region a few centuries ago.
Written September 3, 2020
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Lesia O
Kyiv (Kiev), Ukraine107 contributions
Romantic atmosphere
Sep 2019
First of all, this place gives you romantic atmosphere of Italian yard.
Second, there are photos of local people taken by local artists. It feels like to get to know them personally.
I recommend to visit this place in summer, when the cafe inside is open, so that you could enjoy this place with a cup of coffee, for example.
Written April 14, 2020
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Eric G
33 contributions
Hidden
Mar 2020
Had to ask people where this place was. We walked past the entrance twice. Once inside it was a wonder to see in the city center.
Written March 14, 2020
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Stuart W
Istanbul, Turkey331 contributions
Would of gave it 5 cafe shut in winter
Feb 2020 • Couples
It hard to find like all places in lviv not many things are in English.
Once you go inside there is a ticket price for the court yard and a ticket price to look round the hall. The court yard is nice not really anything to see and the cafe is shut in winter all they need to do is put some heat lamps and it would be great
Written February 7, 2020
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EastmeetsWestAB
London, UK1,317 contributions
The apartment upstairs are ok. The courtyard is nothing special
Oct 2019 • Couples
We were attracted by the Italian courtyard and decided to go in and visit. We paid 50 local money for the exhibition and 10 local money for the courtyard.

If you go up to the 1st floor to see the exhibition you really do not need to paid for the courtyard as you can look down from there.

For the courtyard now it turns into a restaurant /drinks place. Nothing special. Nothing to see. Not worth paying for the 10 local money.
Written October 3, 2019
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napacapt
Pebble Beach, CA167 contributions
Very enchanting place
Aug 2018
this is a very enchanting location. There is an admission fee. Inside there was a restaurant and statues. The day we went the museum was closed
Written July 2, 2019
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Inga Č
Vilnius, Lithuania5 contributions
Not sure it is interesting place to visit
Apr 2019 • Couples
The most suprising thing is that you should pay a small fee (10 grivens, it less than 50 euro cents), for entering and finally to find nothing special- there are a lot of such places all along Europe.
Written May 2, 2019
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Muratcan
9 contributions
Don't be high expectation
Feb 2019 • Solo
Here has all of history. You can see who is the İtalian families. But here is not exciting places and you should pay to money all floor.
Written February 14, 2019
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Jethro672
London983 contributions
Interesting Building and beautiful Royal Apartments
Jan 2019 • Solo
Firstly this is misnamed. Its not the Venice Or even Venitian Palace, it's called the Korniakt Palace and Italian courtyard which is on the Rynek / Old Town Square and is part of the Historical Museums of Lviv. You can have ticket just to see this renaissance courtyard or also a ticket to see the royal apartments of the Polish King Sobieski which have been beautifully restored. For the courtyard, you'll need 15 minutes and for the royal apartments 30 minutes. Better signage for descriptions would help or some kind of QR audio guided tour.
Written January 5, 2019
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Robin R
Brussels, Belgium534 contributions
Absolutely worth a short visit
Jun 2018 • Friends
Like many places in Lviv, this 'palace' doesn't take long to go round. Nevertheless, it was enjoyable and (along with the maquette of the building) offered an insight into the structure and style of a wealthy family's townhouse on the main square, as well as a view on to the square from the first floor balcony The Italianate courtyard is testimony to the many cultural influences that have washed over the city over the centuries.
Written June 17, 2018
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