Church of St Pyatnytsa
The small Church of St Pyatnytsa has a renowned 17th-century wooden iconostasis.
Lvivske Museum of Beer & Brewing
The oldest still-functioning brewery in Ukraine turns 300 in 2015, and a tasting tour, which runs roughly every 1½ hours, through the...
Sholem Aleichem Plaque
Robert Doms Beer House
This fantastic, utterly unique beer hall is located three storeys underground in a centuries-old beer-storage vault once used by the...
Buried deep beneath the Solomiya Krushelnytska Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet, this superb restaurant serves European fare, with a few...
Holocaust memorial information
About 500m north of the Theatre of Opera and Ballet on pr Chornovola is the Holocaust memorial, a vaguely cubist statue of a tormented figure looking skyward. The Lviv ghetto began here after most of the city's Jews were killed or deported to Belzec in the 'Great Action' of August 1942. Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal was the most famous resident of the ghetto, which was liquidated in June 1943.