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Tickets: Poznan, Poland - Lviv, Ukraine
Departure Time Stop Arrival time Stop Ticket price
18:20 Poznan, BS PKS Poznań , Matyi St, 2 10:05 Lviv, BS "Dvirtsevyy", Dvirtseva Sq, 1 (1-2 платформа) 1150 грн.
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Bus Tickets Poznan - Lviv

Bus Tickets Poznan - Lviv

Buses Poznan-Lviv

Lviv is one of the most colorful and eventful places in Ukraine, popular with foreign tourists. Thanks to the perfectly preserved architecture of the past, the friendly atmosphere and the passion of Lviv for coffee, it is compared to Vienna. For the variety of museum spaces, galleries and monuments, it is called a museum city.

Flight schedule and ticket prices for bus Poznan Lviv

The days of queues at railway ticket offices are long gone. You can buy bus tickets Poznan-Lviv from the comfort of your home. East West Eurolines has been operating flights to Europe and Ukraine for many years, and has managed to establish itself as a reliable road carrier. Our buses are comfortable, safe, and run strictly on schedule. And with the help of the interactive pre-booking system , you can buy tickets or book seats for free around the clock from anywhere in the world on our website of the East West Eurolines carrier.

Flights from Poznan to Lviv depart from the bus station located at 2 Matiy Street.buses arrive in Lviv at the Central Bus Station, 109 Stryjska street.

Why should you go from Poznan to Lviv?

The decorative nature of Lviv is ideal for holding diverse events. Local jazz and classical festivals are internationally popular. At the turn of the XIX-XX centuries, an Opera House appeared in the city, built based on the Vienna Opera, and today the Golden Lion and Ladder Theater festivals are held here.

The multiculturalism of the City contributed to the exchange of experience with other countries already in the Middle Ages. So, in the monastery of St. Onufriy, the first printer Fedorov, who established printing in Ukraine, found shelter. In 1661, the Jesuit College received the status of a university, and at the beginning of the XIX century, a polytechnic was organized. It was in the Lviv research institutes that software for the lunar rover and interplanetary aircraft was subsequently developed.

Rynok Square is the center of public life and the face of the city. Until the XVI century, it consisted of Gothic buildings, later almost completely destroyed by fires. Thanks to the efforts of Italian architects, it has acquired a renaissance appearance, and most of the buildings are overgrown with legends. Lviv even has its own royal palace. In fact, the Karnjacka Palace was originally built by one of the Polish dignitaries of Greek origin, but for some time it really belonged to the Kings.

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