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What to do in Lviv?

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What to do in Lviv?

Every year, more and more tourists from all over the world make a decision tod iscover the unique atmosphere and character of Lviv, the city in Western Ukraine. Even though it is not as popular as many other European cities, it quickly changes. Therefore, if you have not been to Lviv yet, this is probably the best moment to do it, before even more crowds of tourists will discover this amazing city.
Once you are in Lviv, visiting the Old Town is a definite must. This beautiful and charming area has been on the UNESCO list since 1998. Why? Because it is a place of important historical and cultural value.  In fact, many of places and sites that are worth to visit in Lviv, ale located either directly in the Old Town, or very close to this area. There are so many amazing historical buildings in this area, that it is almost impossible to walk around the Old Town without meeting at least one of them every couple of minutes.  And there are many different ways to spend your time in the Old Town. mountain-1500449_640For example, you can just simply wondering around and enjoying the magical atmosphere of the place. There are many small, picturesque street were you can intentionally get lost. Furthermore, there are many cosy and nice cafes and pubs, where you can sit down and watch the every day life going on around you. The choice is really big. Some places are very well-known and popular, as for example the Kyrjiwka, located around the Rynok Square. However, there are also many other small and noisy places, which might be just perfect for a warm cup of coffee during the cold, winter day.
However, visiting the Old Town will not be fully done without seeing and visiting all of these amazing historical sites in a typical sightseeing way. The very centre of the Old Town is known as Rynok. It is more than 500 years old and it is very popular place both among tourists and local. In fact, this is probably the most famous meeting point for local people.  Almost every single building on the Rynok has its own interesting history. Therefore, it is worth to read about them and become more familiar with those historic nuances and information. They are indeed very interesting, often connected with the wars.  You should also climb the City Hall (local called it ‘Ratusha’). Thanks to this, you will be able to admire the amazing panoramic view on the Lviv and the whole Old Town. There are also many charming old churches. Some of them quite small, another – much bigger. Obviously, all of them has its own, unique history.

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