Lviv Oblast (Ukrainian: Львівська область, translit. L’vivs’ka oblast’; also referred to as L’vivshchyna, Ukrainian: Львівщина) is an oblast (province) in western Ukraine. The administrative center of the oblast is the city of Lviv. Population: 2,534,174 (2016 est.).
Restaurants in Lviv Oblast
5 based on 412 reviews
INSOMNIA is the place where your greatest fears turn into reality, and the instinct of self-preservation turns off common sense. Turning into the heroes of the horror film you need to go through all the rooms and save your life. Thrills, unforgettable emotions and adrenaline are provided to you.
One of the best escape room we have ever been into. We chose shortest game. Just "run" through rooms before "monsters" (really good actors) because we didn't have much time in city and we were not sure if the other version of game were in...MoreThank You, we're looking forward to see You again
5 based on 1 reviews
For people who like history and Old towns...go and see the Old Lviv where history and beautiful old building ..it will remind you by old Vienna with many restaurant and coffee shops and souvenirs shops. good experience
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5 based on 335 reviews
4.5 based on 566 reviews
The opera house is a super centric and beautiful building located in front of a square where during Christmas you can find a beautiful street market. If you have time, you must watch wheter an opera or a ballet, its prices are very low for a high quality show
5 based on 298 reviews
Unfortunately the church was under renovation when we visited but nevertheless you could see many of the vibrant murals - quite stunning. The church is slightly set back fro the road and we walked past a few times before we spotted it. Don't miss it out of your tour as it's well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 816 reviews
For those of you that like climbing through tall buildings this is a must.
Things start off well on the sturdy marble stairs of the city hall.
Then one pays an entrance fee to start climbing the wooden stairs of the clock tower.
These stairs then get more irregular and steeper, until one emerges from a cylindrical passage at the top.
Yes, the views are impressive.
But then, one knows one has to make the decent, with some rather large burly characters pushing their way up.
4.5 based on 914 reviews
I’d read in a guide that this was the Père Lachaise of Eastern Europe. It proved to be a most interesting visit which highlighted Ukraine’s past as well as present. There were graves with cyrillic writing, others with names of Polish families and one or two from the Days of the Austrian empire. At one end were hundreds of graves of Poles who had died in the war that took place after World War I. In addition graves from the latest war in Dombas or Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine adorned with photos of the dead soldiers.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
It is still being renovated and the exterior may not be that impressive, but the interior completely surprised me. It is gorgeous and there is so much to see everywhere. The painting is amazing.
Just make sure to read the mass schedule outside - there are quite a few of them in 3 languages and you do not want to disturb them. People seemed to be very devout. However, outside of masses you can just enter, make photos and enjoy.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
Personally I am not into this sort of stuff, but this place amazed me in every way possible. Outside this Cathedral look very very good. My favourite part of the exterior is the main door. They are elegant, beautifullly made and, when you go through them, you feel the great power and significance of this place.
The interior is even more breathtaking!
I recommend going there without a tour. I think that infomation that guides say is not always very useful and their talking distracts from enjoing wonderful surroundings. But that is just my opinion.
Also check out this place in the evening the Illumination outside is marvelous! :)
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