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The heart of Europe

Lviv is a historic city with a rich and multicultural history. For several centuries it belonged to Poland and was its important scientific and cultural center. The city is one of the fastest growing in terms of tourism in Europe. 

Lviv is a Ukrainian city, located on the border of eastern Roztocze and the Podolia Upland, on the Pełtwia River. It is located about 70 km from Poland. It covers an area of 182.01 km² and has a population of about 730,000. It is the cultural, scientific and economic center of the country. 


Tour schedule:

1 day 

collection in Olsztyn

lunch near Lublin (payable on your own)

crossing the border, 

customs and passport clearance, transfer to the hotel, accommodation,  dinner served  

2 day 


sightseeing in Lviv with a guidefrom english Polish

The sightseeing program includes

Old Town: 

The central place is occupied by the town hall, around 44 tenement houses presenting all architectural styles from the Renaissance to modernism. On the Market Square, Władysław II Jagiełło received a homage from the Wallachian hospodar Alexander in 1387. On November 11, 1920, Józef Piłsudski accepted a parade on the occasion of awarding the city with a silver cross of the Order of Virtuti Militari.

Latin Cathedral- one of the oldest churches in Lviv, built at the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries according to the plans of the city architect Piotr Stecher. The seat of the Lviv archbishops of the Latin rite. 

Boim Chapel- Mannerist burial chapel of the merchant family of Boim. Its founder was Jerzy (György) Boim from Transylvania, secretary to King Stefan Batory. 

The Black House- The facade of the tenement house is covered with diamond rustic sandstone. The black townhouse is considered one
one of the most valuable monuments of bourgeois architecture from the Renaissance era.

Armenian Cathedral- one of the oldest 

and the most valuable historic churches in Lviv, until 1945 the Armenian Catholic Cathedral of St. Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The Wallachian Orthodox Church - The complex of the Wallachian Orthodox Church is a special monument for Lviv. This was due to both the architecture of the church, which combines Byzantine-Ukrainian features (three domes) with the Italian Renaissance.



Hetman's Ramparts- Wały Hetmanskie is the old name of one of the main promenades of Lviv.

Mickiewicz Square- is the center of 19th-century Lviv. The main artistic accent is the statue of Adam Mickiewicz standing in the middle of the square.

Opera - this is not only a work of architectural art, but also sculpture and painting. Represents eclecticism in art. 

Lychakiv Cemetery- the oldest necropolis in Lviv. It is the burial place of many outstanding people of culture, science and politics, distinguished for Poland and Ukraine.

Eaglets Cemetery- an autonomous part of the Lychakiv Cemetery in Lviv. There are graves of participants in the defense of Lviv, who died in the years 1918-1920. It is called the Cemetery of the Eaglets, because of the nearly 3,000 soldiers buried there, most are the Eaglets of Lwów, i.e. youth from secondary and higher schools and the intelligentsia.

dinner at the hotel (included in the price)




dinner at the Baczewski restaurant- the family that opened the world's first vodka mass production factory in Lviv 

(for a surcharge€20, menu see at the end of the offer)

3 day 


continuation of the tour: 

Lviv Polytechnic- State Higher School opened in 1844, Polish technical university in Kresy.

University- founded by Jan Kazimierz 

in 1661 as the Lviv Academy, until 1940 the Jan Kazimierz University; one of the oldest in Eastern Europe and the fourth oldest university founded on the lands of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

The Sapieha Palace- Built in 1868 by the Marshal of the Galician Sejm, Prince Leon Sapieha. 

Potocki Palace- neo-renaissance, erected 

in the years 1888–1890 for Alfred Józef Potocki.

Ossolineum building– founded for the Polish Nation in 1817 by Józef Maksymilian Ossoliński, opened in 1827. It combined the Library, Publishing House and the Museum of Lubomirski. It was one of the most important centers of Polish culture, which was determined primarily by the extremely rich library collections, the second in value in the country after the Jagiellonian Library. 

dinner  at the hotel (included in the price)




dinner at the Beer Theater 

combined with tasting of Lviv beers 

(obligatory surcharge€20, menu see at the end of the offer)

4 day 

breakfast, check-out

transfer to Żółkiew - the former seat of the Żółkiewski and Sobieski families.


  • Kolegiaty Królowej Niebios - miejsce chrztu Jana      _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ III Sobieski

  • Dominican Monastery and Church

  • Wooden Greek Catholic Church

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transfer to Olsztyn


Accommodation at Hotel Lvov. 

Rooms 2.3  pers. with bathroom


Meals: 3 breakfasts - buffet;

3 dinners - served;


tourist class bus or coach 

(depending on the number of people)

The price includes:

  • Accommodation

  • Dining

  • Pilot care

  • Entrance tickets: Lychakiv Cemetery, Eaglets Cemetery, Boim Chapel

  • NNW and KL insurance

  • Transportation: tourist class bus or coach, parking fees 

  • Guide in Polish; 2 days of 6 hours

Optional event:

Performance at the Opera - Repertoire not yet known.

450-500 UAH / person

registration on the day of registration, payable - deadline to be determined.


Passport/ID required for departure

2. Ticket prices as of  December 2019. Prices above are subject to change. 

3. The organizer reserves the right to change the price of the trip in the event of an increase in the euro exchange rate above 2% compared to 12/12/2019 in the PKO BP bank, foreign exchange sales department

4. Change the program according to the customer's request


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