Price for group $120


You can enjoy the hidden beauty of Lviv streets that cannot be found in any travel itinerary. Bus tour around Lviv by a convenient and comfortable bus is a fascinating journey around the city where our guide will tell you interesting stories.

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City Sightseeing tour through the streets of Lviv by Bus!

Duration of excursion is 5 hours, starting with Rynok Square.


For a group of up to 7-8 people individual service bus tour of Lviv :

  • in Ukrainian - UAH 2500/group
  • in Russian - UAH 3000/group
  • in English, Polish, German and other languages - UAH 4200/group

Comfortable trip to the Lviv

The unusual sightseeing tour around Lviv begins at Svobody Avenue, one of city’s most beautiful streets. This is the place where visitors can see glorious pieces of architecture that make the avenue unique and alluring. From the very first minute of the tour through the streets of Lviv, travelers will enjoy wonderful views of the city. Traveling through both the modern city center and the historic one, visitors will be able to see the main historic and cultural landmarks remained intact until the present day. Every building located here is worth special attention of those who are curious to learn how the unique and harmonious atmosphere of Lviv is created.

Church of Saints Olga and Elizabeth

It is Lviv’s highest shrine and one of the most majestic holy places. It is a Roman Catholic Church erected in the Neo-Gothic style that can be seen from anywhere around the city. The Church of Saints Olga and Elizabeth is popularly called ‘Elzbieta’. This is because the Church is named after Elisabeth of Bavaria, the wife of Austria-Hungary's Emperor Franz Joseph (Josef). You should see the majestic architecture and mysterious stained-glass windows in the interior.

Lychakiv Cemetery


This elite ‘necropolis’ protects the peaceful rest of hundreds of famous people buried here: cultural figures, managers, and heroes. There are graves of famous and not very famous men and women who made their invaluable contribution to the development of Ukraine and Lviv. The first burial place at the Lychakiv Cemetery dates back to 1786. Recent burial places are occupied by graves of Ukrainian fighters in the ATO area. This necropolis is the burial place of Lviv’s most outstanding people, public and cultural figures. This is why the cemetery has unusual sculptures, creatively decorated vaults, and millions of cut flowers.

St. George's Archcathedral

It stands high on St. George's Hill, attracting by its golden domes and incredible beauty of its architecture. The St. George's Archcathedral is one of the city’s most beautiful architectural complexes. Nowadays, it remains the main facility of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Lviv and is an outstanding piece of architecture that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Stepan Bandera Monument


The monument to the national hero Stepan Bandera occupies a large area in Lviv. There is a 30-meter Triumphal Arch behind it. The hero’s monument has been protecting all the milestones of Ukrainian statehood including the princely era, the Cossacks time, the period of both the Ukrainian People's Republic and the Western Ukrainian People's Republic, and finally, the present day. No one threatens Ukrainian integrity. No one will encroach on Lviv because it is protected by the seven meter Stepan Bandera Monument.

Rynok (Market) Square

One of the most charming and atmospheric spots. It’s the best place where you can really breathe in and hear the city. Rynok Square is notable for its special architecture. It has so many unique monuments that it’s hard to count. It appears that every stone of the block paving preserves its own unique story. You can smell the scent of coffee everywhere. You can hear music playing. It’s the sound of violin, guitar, and tambourine. Listen carefully to Lviv and you will fall in love with it that will last forever.

Besides, when travelling through the streets of Lviv by bus, you will have a chance to see the glory of the city protective embankments, the legendary Powder Tower, the City Arsenal, and other buildings and structures that make this ancient and gorgeous city known for all over the world. Tour around Lviv is a chance for you to see all most important cultural landmarks and feel the atmosphere created by the walls of the ancient streets.

Lviv City Hall

During all its existence, the Lviv City Hall has always been a meeting hall for local deputies. The fate of the city and its dwellers is made up inside its walls. But the tourists are more interested in the summit of the City Hall. You can see historic Lviv from this place. From above. You will see the roofs, compare the streets, and appreciate the architectural specifications. And just on the City Hall there is an old watch with a special mechanism. You may ask, “What is special about it?” Let it remain an intrigue until the time of the excursion.


Four fountains were built in Rynok square in 1793, there was one fountain on each corner of the square. Each fountain has an octagonal bowl and in the center of the bowl there is a statue of the character of ancient mythology: the god of the seas, Neptune, his wife Amphitrite, the goddess of hunting Diana and the hero Adonis.

Black Stone House

It is a historic architecturally rich building in black color. Maybe you will have your idea why this wonderful house is black? Because scientists have already expressed so many versions that they cannot come to one agreement. The building was built in 1577. Architecture is called Renaissance. Authorship is given to Petro Krasovskyi. Nowadays, Lviv History Museum is in the mysterious black stone house.

High Castle

It is very nice and always calm here. It is so because when you stand very high and look at the historic city — Lviv from above, nothing can spoil the impressions of what you see. They say that once there was a splendid castle of the princes Lev and Danylo. And nowadays only a mound-ruin has been left from it. However, this ruin remains the favorite place for tourists, Lviv dwellers and visitors of the city.

A Coffee Mine

Nowadays, coffee is mined in a mine. And it was invented by Lviv dwellers. Their coffee is special. Not like the one people all over the world got used to. Moreover, each visitor can see with himself the work of coffee miners, descending to the very mine. After extraction, grains are fried and cooked. You can taste the exuberant Lviv coffee in the café, which is located directly above the mine.


Kryivka is a restaurant well known not only to Lviv residents but also far beyond Ukraine.  Colorful institution with a special atmosphere from time to time becomes the center of another scandal.  However, the noise is raised by visitors who are not familiar with the specifics of the restaurant or those who lack a sense of humor.  Everyone else is waiting for theatrical acts, delicious dishes and good emotions.


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