City’s impressive architecture, absense of large tourist crowds and unique combination of rustiness and timelessness bring out a very special charm, capturing the hearts of everyone who’s ever visited it. Or already arrived here and are simply looking for a place to start from?For the perfect vacation in Lviv, check out our extensive compiled selection of top things to do in Lviv!As they wind up to the tiny round tube at the top of the tower, the counting is even more interesting!The first Town Hall in Lviv was built in 1381, however, it was rebuilt many times, and once was completely burnt down during the big fire in 17th century.
We won’t break the secret to you, but will hint that the staircase has more than 300, but less than 500 steps.
Founded in 1997 by members of Lviv Students Brotherhood and city’s artists, the gallery regularly hosts works by contemporary artists, including paintings, graphics, sculptures, installations, iconography, and performances.
For those who want to combine the art and a good cup of coffee, a small cozy cafe is opened at the gallery premises. If you are looking for locals’ all-favorite place to sit around and watch the life pass by, go straight to the charming little coffee shop right opposite to the Boim’s Chapel and Latin Cathedral. The best time is the end of September during traditional Coffee Festival How much to pay: starting from 3 EURO and up As soon as the weather gets a bit warmer, Lviv streets start bustling with musicians, live bands and performers.
Korniakt Palace – museum’s main building – was a former residence of Jakub Sobieski, the father of Polish king Jan III.
Interesting things to check out: in Ukraine by Ivan Fedorov among others.