In 1998 all of the Rynok Square has been recognized as UNESCO World Heritage site, and dare we say – rightfully so!
On the site, you'll find a timetable for buses bound both for Europe and Ukraine; you'll also find the ticket price and if there are any available seats, completely disregarding queues to the bus booking office.
If you visit Lviv during one of its summer festivals or major city celebrations, make sure to take a photo with the dressed-up Neptune!
The charming building to the right of Lviv Town Hall hosts the main branch of Lviv History Museum.
Korniakt Palace – museum’s main building – was a former residence of Jakub Sobieski, the father of Polish king Jan III.
Interesting things to check out: in Ukraine by Ivan Fedorov among others.