Lviv Old Town Tour – Kiev Private Tours
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Lviv Old Town Tour

Lviv Old Town Tour

from €25

per person

Explore all the main sights of Lviv with a local

Lviv Old Town tour is a private walking tour with Lviv local who will take you along the narrow brick streets of the Old City of Lviv and wıll share exciting stories of each amazing attraction.

Lviv ıs rıghtly called a treasure of Eastern Europe. For more than 8 centuries, the city has been a part of six different states. Even today, both locals and tourısts feel the influence of the West and the East on the streets of the old city, where the houses keep many legends and secrets. During this tour, you will see Market Square, the heart of Lviv and wıll visit Jewish, Armenian and Ruthenian quarters. You will also see the oldest pharmacy in Lviv, will find out about the duration of the longest construction, and what the rules for living in this medieval city were. In Lviv, you will meet Masoch – the one masochism was named after.

We will show you the main central attractions of Lviv:

Opera House, Armenian Church, Pharmacy Museum, Dominican Church, Assumption Church, Masoch Monument, Bernardine Monastery, Boim Chapel, Latin Cathedral, Jesuit Church, Market Square, Town Hall.

During the 3-hour tour, we will try to plunge into the atmosphere of a mysterious ancient city with its myths and legends; in Lviv, we want you to be as if in a fairy tale where all dreams come true.

Your private guide will try to become your friend at least for 3 hours of the tour and will gladly give recommendations on how you can continue your leisure in Lviv after the end of the tour.

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Information on prices:

Lviv Old Town Tour duration is 3 hours. To learn more about the tour, click on the Tour Plan tab.

The cost of the tour:

  • 1 person – € 65 per person
  • 2 persons – € 35 per person
  • 3 persons – € 25 per person
  • 4 persons – € 20 per person
  • 5 persons – € 18 per person
  • 6 persons – € 17 per person
  • 7 persons – € 16 per person
  • 8 persons – € 15 per person
  • To calculate the price for bigger group, please contact us.

We accept payment in EUR, as well as in USD and UAH at the exchange rate at the time of payment.

Please note that the price includes:

  • – pick up from your accommodation,
  • – services of a private English-speaking guide.


  • – drop off

After 3 hours, each additional hour of the private guide services is €20.

  • ▪  We charge 50% of your order online (refundable up to 48 hours notice) and 50% you pay in cash during a meeting with a guide.
  • ▪  If you apply less than 24 hours before the tour, you can pay the entire amount in cash, but we can’t guarantee the availability of guides.
3 hours
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes.
  • Include
    Pick up from the hotel
    Entry Fees
    English-speaking Guide
  • Not Included
    Drop off

Lviv Opera House

Lviv National Opera is the only Ukrainian theater that is part of the European Opera Association. During the construction and existence of the Lviv Opera House was covered with interesting legends. We invite you to look at what is hidden behind the "curtains" of the Lviv Opera House, and to learn the most amazing stories about this architectural miracle of the city of Leo.

Armenian Cathedral

In the old part of Lviv is the Armenian Cathedral, which is a monument of architecture, culture and has a rich history. This temple is already 650 years old.

The Pharmacy Museum

This museum was opened in Lviv in the 60s of the last century on the basis of an ancient pharmacy. By the way, it still works. The exposition is located in 16 halls, where more than 3 thousand exhibits are collected. Visitors can carefully consider the collection of dishes for storing medicines, pharmacy equipment, real pharmaceutical scales. In one of the halls, a pharmacy laboratory was ideally recreated. It was reproduced from engravings and ancient books.

Dominican Cathedral

The Dominican Church can be called the pearl of Lviv architecture. This is one of the most significant baroque monuments of bygone eras. Locals call it Soli Deo because of the inscription on the facade of the cathedral. This is a traditional meeting place, and every local resident knows it by that name. UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Dormition Church

Among the most outstanding architectural monuments of Lviv it is difficult not to single out a magnificent example of the Renaissance style - the Dormition Church. Three amazing buildings that make up the complex of the church are a wonderful ancient decoration of the city. For a long time the Dormition Church was wooden. Its stone reconstruction began only in the 15th century and lasted about 40 years. The architect of the project was a successful Italian master named Pavel Rimlyanin.

Monument to Leopold von Sacher-Masoch

The monument to the scandalously famous Austrian writer Leopold von Sacher-Masoch, who was born in Lviv, on whose behalf the term "masochism" originated, is located in the center of this western Ukrainian city, which until 1918 was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The monument was erected next to the Masoch Cafe, recreating the atmosphere of the writer's works.

Bernardine Church and Monastery

Bernardine Monastery is one of the most significant historical and architectural monuments of the city of Lviv. The monastery buildings today belong to the Lviv State Historical Archive, and the church itself - to the Greek Catholic Church.

Chapel of the Boim Family

It was built in the 17th century over the Boim family crypt, there was also a city cemetery near it, later it was forbidden to bury people in the city and it was transferred outside the city, the Lychakiv cemetery was founded.

Lviv Latin Cathedral

The Latin Cathedral is almost the only cathedral in Lviv, which was built over a hundred years and preserves the imprints of almost all architectural styles (classicism, baroque, renaissance, gothic) and construction periods. On July 25, 2001, Pope John Paul II visited the Latin Cathedral. And in 2003, a memorial plaque in Latin, Polish and Ukrainian appeared on the western wall of the temple to commemorate this event.

Jesuit Church

Once the church accommodated up to 5 thousand parishioners. Jesuit Church - the first monument of baroque architecture in Lviv. Now you can find him on Teatralnaya Street. This building was built in 1610-1630, the architect was Jacopo Briano, although the original author of the project remained unknown. For many decades, the temple was under reconstruction, and only in 1740 the residents of Lviv and visitors to the city had the opportunity to visit inside again.

Lviv Rynok Square

All medieval Lviv can be seen in a small area. Each house here, each sculpture keeps its own legend, has its own secret. This open-air museum is called Market Square.

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