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The Latin Cathedral
Operation: year round
Duration: 4 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, French, Ukrainian, Polish
On this tour you will see some highlights of the old and beautiful city of Lviv. We hope the concise acquaintance with a true gem Lviv would start your Western Ukraine discovery.
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The Ukrainian Varenyky
Operation: year round
Duration: 4 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish
Foodie Ukrainian Tour for you! We will visit a farmers' market to buy the freshest local food out of which we will cook traditional Ukrainian specialties by original grandma's recipes. And from there on, you will know how to cook the real Ukrainian borscht or tasty and tidy holubtsi, no worse than any classy Ukrainian restaurant!
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Shevchenkivskij Gaj (open-air Folk Life Museum)
Operation: year round
Duration: 4 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish
A Polish King decree of 1533 granting brewing in Lviv, has started a wonderful beer history of the city. Mark all the beer places on the Lviv map and enjoy the freshest beer tasting in a brewery museum. Definitely, this tour is a must for beer lovers. Though, leaving the beer aside, the tour is interesting from a historical standpoint too.
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The Museum of Pharmacy
Operation: year round
Duration: 4 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish
Unveil historical treasures of Lviv for yourself on this wonderful museum tour! All the three museums you would visit are located in the very historical heart of the city – on the Rynok square, and just around the corner. So the most walking would be inside of the museums, among which is a former residence of a king with an outstanding treasury collection, same themed exhibition in the annex of the Museum of Ethnography and Arts Crafts, and very unusual and curious Pharmacy Museum.
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Rynok Square
Operation: year round
Duration: 3 hours
Available in: English, Russian
Ancient Lviv is a very enigmatic city even under the daylight. Imagine how much mystery it gains when a night crawls in the city, and only streetlamps shed their light on the stone paved narrow streets, old decorated buildings and monuments. This tour is a beautiful way to unravel the mysteries of the ancient city in the streetlamps light at nighttime…
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Dominican Church
Operation: year round
Duration: 3 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish
Have you ever dreamt to pop in the Middle Ages, where nobles, knights, merchants, monks and other colorful characters walk narrow stone paved streets? Indulge yourself on the Theatrical Excursion in Lviv!
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The Museum of Pharmacy
Operation: year round
Duration: 3 hours
Available in: English, Russian, Italian, German, French, Ukrainian, Polish
If you don’t mind walking choose this hiking tour for seeing beautiful medieval Lviv. Seems like the city was made for it, with narrow stone paved streets, eye catching building ensembles, exquisite and enigmatic décors compelling for a closer look and contemplation, myths and real stories that are followed better when one can really witness it. Thanks to high density of the sights, you will see a lot of Lviv and have no strenuous walk involved in it.
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Krekhiv
Operation: year round
Duration: 8 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, Ukrainian, Polish
This tour will bring you to the epoch of Renaissance in the Lviv suburbs where you will visit medieval Zhovkva town and a coeval monastery in Krekhiv. Zhovkva boasts the notorious same named castle of the 16-17th centuries, the broad town square with two-storied uniform buildings, the Collegiate Church of St. Lawrence standing out on their background, the park that used to be a menagerie, and the synagogue in Renaissance style. Overpopulated with sights to see, Zhovkva could be toured for days. Though, we will continue to Krekhiv, a popular pilgrimage site. The Basilian Monastery in Krekhiv takes root in the long-ago 16th century. One of the most significant Greek-Catholic shrines in Ukraine nowadays, the Basilian Monastery is a powerful and beautiful place to visit.
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John III Sobieski with his family, painting by Henri Gascar
Operation: year round
Duration: 9 hours
Available in: English, Russian, German, French, Ukrainian, Polish
This tour includes visits to the three beautiful castles in the Lviv region. You will see the oldest Olesko Castle, the eerie and enchanted castle in Pidhirtsy and the pretty well preserved Zolochiv Castle. Built in the 14th – beginning of the 17th centuries, these castles sample Renaissance ensembles of the palace-fortress type. All of them are grounds for the Lviv Art Gallery museum expositions, featuring the most interesting and valuable one in the Olesko Castle. With the castles’ heyday in the times of the Polish King Sobieski John III, all three of them may be considered Polish national monuments; with the neglect in the Soviet time – victims of the Soviet regimen; and with the immense charm they radiate – a must-see in the Lviv region nowadays!
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Good morning Miss Lugina.

Hope every thing is good with you always.
Please for give me for robbing some of your precious time, but I would like to express some of my thoughts of my trip to Ukraine.
First I will like to say that I felt in love with your country, I was treated with respect, and I was impressed by the honesty when I was using the public buses and people forward the money to the collector by asking the next person to pass and so on, and even if change is due, it will be delivered back to the person and nobody will take a penny; I have never seen that in any country I have visited ( about 19 in three continents) Also I never was afraid to be robbed or assaulted in the streets of Kharkov or any other I have visited, as I took a train for almost a 2000 Kms. round trip all the way to Uzhgara, unfortunately, I did not expend much time in Kiev which looks a beautiful city, but I am planning to go back next year.
It was not easy for me since I do not speak Ukranian or Russian, although I can read some words, but thank to my extensive travel experience I was able to figure out situations, now I am determined to learn as much as I can of the languages, so next time it will be much easier.
I am planing to visit the south of Ukraine all the way to the Black Sea cities and landscapes, and I will need of your services again.
If you need my feed back of this trip for your agency you have my authorization to publish it.
Your services where of what it got me there and I will recommend it to any one is interested to go to beautiful Ukraine.
Miss Lugina, have a wonderful week.

Cordially.

Jose Ardon Argentina September 2008

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