Living in Lviv, Ukraine:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Lviv, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked two people living in Lviv what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Lviv is a hidden place in the center of Europe that fascinates oneself with the variety of cozy cafes and crossroads of cultures. It is a small city with a big history behind, including the period when Lviv was a part of Austro-Hungarian empire Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Therefore, also known as the cultural capital of Ukraine, Lviv is distinct for the eclectic combination of different nations and cultures embodied in its architecture and the spirit of the city. lions, the fresh aroma of coffee, and European atmosphere, Lviv will remain the place you would always like to visit and discover again.

Abdullah, says: 2020

Lviv is a city with a special atmosphere, which was ruled by kings for more than half a millennium. It is a city of coffee and a city of 1,000s of lions, a city of jazz, rain, chocolate, terraces and passionate tango. All these little joys of life have grown into a tradition for every Lviv resident. The heart of the city is Rynok Square, where the 65-meter town hall stands. I didn’t go up to it – think, I didn’t see Lviv! The picture that the kings admired has not changed at all: some 408 steps up – and you have fantastic views. The observation deck of Lviv’s Big Ben was opened only in 2003. And during this time the views from the tower won the title of the most picturesque panoramic area of ​​Lviv. What was once unattainable has now become common for citizens.

Khrystyna, says: 2020

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