coo***anNo matter what you do at the market, if you walk around it, you will eventually reach the square. This is a lively leisure tourist plaza, surrounded by many restaurants. To remind you, no restaurant looks attractive enough. When we were there, the black building was under construction. Again, if you are at the market you will definitely miss it, and you will definitely get there eventually.
热爱生活0618In the corner of the cemetery is the cemetery of the Defenders of Lviv (Polish land), next to the cemetery of the Ukrainian Independence Army. Now from time to time, undergraduate students come to repair tombstones. At the tram stop on the left of Minghui Square on Pidvalna Street, take tram No. 7 going south (right), get off at the fourth stop, continue on to the T-junction, turn right into the street, and walk about 300 meters. Arrive at the main entrance of the cemetery.
coo***anI have high expectations for this garden, but found it a bit ordinary. It was very hot the day we went and the garden was crowded. We didn't take good pictures, which disappointed me. The garden is beautiful, colorful, with flowers and gorgeous fountains. There is an art gallery and a marble museum in the exhibition. From here you can see the Salzburg Castle. We came at noon one day and the other night. It is better at night, with subtle light. You can sit on a bench by yourself and read a book in your free time.
Getting There - Lviv National Opera is situated in the heart of Lviv so getting there want be a big problem. I’d recommend to walk there, rather than taking a bus or taxi. If you’re getting to this location from the railroad station - you can’t take a minibus number 31 ( the road takes about 22 minutes).
Attractions - the building by itself was built in 1900. It is unique and great architecture would catch your eye easily. You’d better book a ticket online and get it before the play in the ticket box. Prices are much cheaper than in any other European country, but the quality of play still good.
Hotels - I’d recommend to book a room on the Prospect Svobody or any other street in the city centre. Each neighborhood building has got remarkable architecture and street life.
Food & Restaurants - you can pop in in the nearest corner and find yourself in the small street full of mini bars or authentic restaurants. Lviv is a city of coffee and beer. no need to recommend any specific just pop in the closest. Locals would be happy to see you and warmly welcome. Menus are usually in English and Ukrainian. Total price of your bill would surely satisfy you.
Shopping - remember to bring Lviv’s chocolate with you! Or cheese made by local farms, or local cherry liquor that tastes incredible delicious. Remember Lviv is a capital of craft food in Ukraine. Any food would be a great souvenir.