The Lviv region has a unique historic cultural heritage and the wealth of her recreational resources makes it one of the top 5 most attractive tourist destinations in Ukraine.
The Lviv region is the largest western region occupying 21,800 sq. km or 3.6% of Ukraine’s total territory. It follows therefore, that it has the most architectural landmarks and many spots noted for their natural beauty. It is sure to please even the most finicky traveler. There are fortresses, palaces, ancient churches, monasteries, mountains and forests.
There are 4,000 historic architectural landmarks in the Lviv region; that’s 25% of all such landmarks in Ukraine. They range in date from the 12th to the 20th century.
The Lviv region also includes the Carpathian Mountains. Vacationing in the mountains and foothills you can be awed by castles, fortresses and palaces from the Middle Ages, wooden churches, other landmarks and interesting spots. Elements, structures and ensembles of recognized European architectural styles (pre-Mongolian Rus’, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Classicism, Empire style, Modernism, etc.) have remained largely intact in the Lviv region.
In the nearest Lviv surroundings we recommend to visit Vynnyky and Bryukhovychi
As the Devil's Rocks are away from Lviv, it is better to get there from Lysynychi direction (city bus Ne 217)
Znesinnia Park, despite its central location and a big territory, is crossed by hundreds of paths,
You can get to Pohulyanka Park from Vakhnyanyna street near tram N 7 stop or from University hostels
As there is only one main alley in park Zalizna Voda, which goes parallel to Stusa street,
Cycling routes in Stryiskyy Park depend on individual creativity and fantasy. Both upper and lower parts