Holiday in Lviv
A monumental historic city in the heart of Europe will amaze you by the mystery of Eastern mysticism. Discover Lviv from unconventional perspectives - maybe it will open up completely new horizons for you. In the new issue of the magazine you will find a complete itinerary with places that you cannot miss. So come and see as long as it's not full of tourists in here.
Where to go in Lviv?
Coffee at every step
We don't exaggerate if we call Lviv the city of coffee and chocolate. The former Austria-Hungarian town kept something from the Viennese coffee culture and the result is the best show of specialized cafes in Eastern Europe. Get your energy up to Svit Kavy, a traditional coffee-brewhouse, where they focus on the kinds of strong roasted coffee.
The symbol of the city is dedicated to God's Body and is one of the most valuable Baroque monuments not only of Lviv but also of Ukraine. In the middle there is a large elliptical boat surrounded by a ring of chapels; the facade is adorned with a number of columns, statues and ledges. In the times of Soviet Union there was a museum of the history of religion and atheism in the church.
The charm of the past
In Lviv you will return a few decades back and you will be able to remember nostalgia for the time past. The cars will pass you on the street, which we would call veterans. Try to order the Uber service - almost certainly will come to you stylish Volga or Mercedes of the 80s. Another rarity are the old trams, in which the ticket costs symbolic 5 Czech crowns.
Do you like adventure? In the new issue you will find tips for lowcost travel, which is becoming an increasing trend. So this year, travel to Ukraine - you will get great experiences, you will break down prejudices and you will still have enough money to invite all your friends for a beer when you return home. We promise.
Welcome to the new routes
The contract for the operation of trains in the contract transport means huge success for us. People in the Pardubice and Zlín regions can look forward to a higher level of everyday travel. We are currently upgrading 15 motor units for these regions, which should start operations in December this year.