We love the style of buildings, especially from 18-19th century ones. Also there are too many cafe to spend your time.
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I am living in Kiev, the 7th largest city in Europe so coming to Lviv is such a treat. It is easily walkable and picturesque. I understand why it's called "Little Paris".
One of Europe's finest and yet discovered squares. There are plenty to discover, from small cafes to underground resistance nests. Cheap and safe. Lots of adventure on the square
This is one of the better well preserved and tastefully restored Old Towns in Eastern Europe. It somewhat reminds in style of Krakow Old Town, but the one in Krakow is more monumental, so to speak. Tons of historic buildings, churches, activities, places to see...More
Lviv is a wonderful European city! Lviv's Old Town was a highlight on our trip. This area is a mix of old Vienna and Venetian architecture. Enjoy the cobblestone streets, quaint restaurants, shops, the market, and churches. Make sure to visit the underground restaurants (like...More
Lviv has a lot of domestic tourism, but very little international tourism compared to other European cities. It really is a pleasant place and so inexpensive. I hope more international people travel to Ukraine so that they can see what Lviv has to offer.