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Buses Krakow-Lviv

Lviv is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Ukraine. It attracts visitors from all over the world not only for its architectural diversity, but also as a location for a wide variety of cultural events: jazz, classical and rock music festivals, theater, film festivals, and others. It can be called a city of museums, art galleries, theaters, coffee shops and the batyar subculture. This is an ancient city that everyone should visit.

How to get from Krakow to Lviv

Krakow Lviv Buses from East West Eurolines are an ideal opportunity to get to the cultural capital of Ukraine comfortably and quickly enough. The distance between the cities is about 330 km, and the shortest route passes through the Krakovets-korchova checkpoint. The journey time from Lviv to Krakow on international buses is approximately 8 hours. All flights depart from the Krakow bus station, which is located at 18 Bosyatskaya street.

Flights schedule and ticket prices for buses Krakow Lviv

To view the flight schedule of East West Eurolines buses, select the departure date and click the search button. In a few seconds, our website will generate a table of departures for a specific date with full information about the number of available seats on buses, prices, available discounts, departure and arrival times. You can choose a suitable bus and immediately buy a Krakow Lviv ticket online. You will receive an email with an e-ticket at the specified email address. You must print it out to provide it to the driver when boarding the bus.

Krakow-Lviv Bus tickets prices

The fare for international buses from Krakow to Lviv depends on the specific flight. East West Eurolines often offers pleasant discounts for its passengers. For example, on special days, a bus ticket can cost even 100 UAH. The average price of a full ticket for buses from Krakow to Lviv ranges from 430 to 550 hryvnia. To Lviv, flights arrive at the Central bus station at 109 Stryjska street or at the bus station number 8, which is located near the main railway station of the city. From both bus stations, you can easily get to any point of the city by public transport.

Interesting facts about Lviv

Lviv was built by Prince Lev Danilovich immediately after the Mongol-Tatar invasion-as an impregnable castle. Now the top of the Castle mountain is a beautiful observation deck that offers a panorama of the historical center . Over the centuries, a variety of faiths have found shelter here. Among the many towers and domes, the Baroque features of the Church of St. George, the Church of St. Andrew, the neo-Gothic Cathedral of St. Olga and Elizabeth, and the Armenian Apostolic Church stand out. Anufrievsky monastery became a haven in Lviv for the first printer Ivan Fyodorov, and it was here that the first books were printed.

the Heart of the city has long been the Market square. At first, German merchants lived here, and the style was dominated by Gothic. However, after a number of fires in the XVI century, the area was rebuilt in the Renaissance style, with the participation of Italian architects. Each of the buildings is covered with legends. One of them is called the Royal house. It was built by a Greek businessman and statesman, but at one time Polish kings really stayed there, and even a Treaty of eternal peace was signed with the Moscow Kingdom. Now there are Museum halls, some of which recreated the interiors of the XVIII-XIX centuries.

The new life of Lviv began in the second half of the XIX century, in the Austrian period, simultaneously with the construction of Railways and the discovery of Galician oil and gas fields. The city has its own Opera like Vienna. The streets were built in the manner of classicism, secession and Berlin modernism. One of the business cards of that era is the luxurious Potocki Palace.

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