Lviv – a pearl of Europe
Guided bus city tour (3 walking-outs). Duration: 3 hours.
Lviv is wonderful and fabulous open-air museum-city. The central pedestrian part of the city is included to the UNESKO World Heritage List.
You will have an opportunity to get acquainted with the territory that emerged in the XVIII century and visit St. George’s Cathedral, Lviv High Castle and Lychakiv cemetery.
UNESKO World Heritage List includes not only pedestrian part of the city but also pearl of architecture of Ukrainian baroque – St. George’s Cathedral. The cathedral is a part of complex that includes baroque cathedral with bell tower, metropolitan palace, chapter house, terraces with courtyard staircase, the gate with sculptures, walls that wrap around chapter house and the garden of the lord (stop with walking-out).
Lychakiv cemetery is the oldest necropolis of Eastern Europe. In fact, it is the open-air museum of sepulchral figures. There are 2000 of sepulchers, 20 chapels and more than 500 monuments of great value. Prominent figures of Ukrainian and Polish culture, politicians, clergy and scientists are buried on the cemetery (stop with walking-out).
Lviv High Castle is the highest place of Lviv, which rises above the city. This mountain is called the cradle of the city. There are a few sky decks. Enjoy the panorama of Lviv from a bird's-eye view! (stop with walking-out).
The tour includes visits to central avenues including University (former of Diet of Galicia and Lodomeria), Lviv Polytechnic, Gentry Casino or House of Scientists, district of Stryi Park and many others places of interest.