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Most flights to Lviv land at Lviv Danylo Halytskyi International Airport (LWO), located 6 kilometres from the city centre. Named after the historical founder of the city, King Daniel of Galicia; the airport is the largest in Western Ukraine by number of passengers and destination network.


Transit into the city is by bus, trolleybus, car hire and taxi.

Quick facts about Lviv

Car rent
from $ 18 per day
Hotel booking
from $ 20.03 per night
Reference average prices in Lviv
🌭 Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant
$ 3.81
🍕Meal for 2 People, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course
$ 20.05
🍺 Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught)
$ 1.14
🚌 One-way Ticket (Local Transport)
$ 0.11
🏠 Apartment rent per month (1 bedroom in City Centre)
$ 210

Best time to visit Lviv

The high season in Lviv is in late winter and spring.
Hotels from $56 per night
Lviv is coldest in January with average temperatures of -4°C, and hottest in July when temperatures reach as high as 17°C and the most daily sunshine at up to 8 hrs per day.
Average annual rainfall for Lviv is 697mm, with the wettest month being June with a average of 100 mm of rain.
The weather

It’s best to visit Lviv in the late spring when the weather is mild and accommodations are cheaper. 

Situated 70 km from the Polish border, Lviv is the largest city western Ukraine; it is also the seventh largest in the country.

Known as the "Little Paris of Ukraine", the city is a UNESCO Site and one of the popular tourist destinations in the country.

Lviv is a most colourful country with its architecture that reflects traces of its Polish and Austro-Hungarian heritage, in a blend with Italian, Germany, as well as Central and Eastern European styles. A tolerant and cosmopolitan city, this city is one of the most hospitable and warmest in Ukraine.

In High Castle Park, the mountaintop ruins of a 14th-century castle provide panoramic views of the city’s green-domed churches and the surrounding hills.

Things to do in Lviv

Situated along a key trade route, Lviv has been quite cosmopolitan since medieval times. While it was the capital of the Galicia region, Armenians, Poles, Ukrainians, Germans and Jews mixed and co-existed here for hundreds of years.

This diversity made Lviv home to Baroque houses and churches, which can be found in its Old Town, as well as galleries, performing arts venues and top museums along its chaotic and yet cultivated streets.

Pravda Beer Theatre

Visit the Beer Theatre in Rynok Square for yummy food and late night live music. This loud and lively location is fun and affordable and attracts virtually all of the visitors in the city with its great atmosphere. A truly remarkable place to spend your first night in the city of Lviv.

Old Town

The old centre of Lviv is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and holds over 2,000 registered landmarks, which are up to 500 years old. Situated between the Black Sea and Central Europe, it has such beautiful architecture that cannot be found in other parts of Ukraine.

It is recommended to begin your sightseeing of the Old Town from the Market Square for a most unique experience.

Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet

Classy and beautiful both on the inside and out, the Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet is a must visit while in the city. Guests can enjoy Russian and Ukrainian Ballet which take place mostly on the weekends. Every night spent at the Opera is worth its weight in hryvnia and more.

St George’s Cathedral

Looking over the city from the west side of Lviv, the cathedral was built over a period of 15 years and completed in 1760. Home to two dominant statues, one of St Athanasius and another of St Leo, the building’s exterior has an extremely rich ornamentation that is worth seeing. High ornate mouldings, lavish Rococo pilasters, sculptures and balustrades are just some of the attractions of this 18th-century Catholic cathedral.

Inside guests will also find tombs of eminent figures of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic church.

Lviv Cuisine​

The restaurants in the centre serve the most affordable and delicious Ukrainian cuisine. If you enjoy foods like vareniki and khachapuri, not to mention the popular borscht, then you will be happy and well fed in Lviv.

Asides Ukrainian cuisine, you will also find a variety of French, Italian, and Asian restaurants, even a McDonald's for fast food.

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