Trip duration – 9:45–17:00.
Start at 9:40 a.m. – Halytska Square, near the monument to King Danylo Halytskyi. You can buy tickets for tour (in advance) in our office at Rynok Square, 29 (the office is located in the courtyard).
Price (adult/children) – 350/300 UAH* + entrance tickets.
*You join group with Ukrainian speaking guide (we provide you with printed information in English/ Polish language).
Entrance ticket (children/adult): 9/24 UAH – Zhovkva castle.
An incredible amount of historical and architectural monuments are situated in the ideal city of Zhovkva. Zhovkva was founded in 1594 as a private fortified town by the Polish nobleman Stanisław Żółkiewski, and, like Zamość, was built on an ideal Renaissance city plan.During this tour you will visit King’s Castle, Zvirynetska Gate, Park, Glynska Gate, St. Lawrence Church, Rynok Square, City Hall, the Vasilyan Monastery , Dominican Monastery, Synagogue.
Krekhiv is situated about 10 km west of Zhovkva and 50 km north of Lviv. Krekhiv is famous for it’s Basilian monastery which is a popular pilgrimage site. The monastery is situated at the foot of Pobijna Mountain. The monastic complex surrounded by fortification walls consist of St. Nicolas’s church, a belfry, cells for monks, utility premises. The monastery is known for its miracle working icons of the Mother of God and of St. Nicholas.
Changes in the route: in addition we visit “Domazhir” – a bear sanctuary.
BEAR SANCTUARY Domazhyr provides mistreated bears with a safe and natural home. Supported by the foundation FOUR PAWS, the sanctuary helps bears by rescuing them from cruel captivity, e.g. baiting stations for hunting dogs, moving zoos, circuses, hotels, and restaurants. In Domazhyr the rescued bears are provided with conditions close to natural in order to hold the rehabilitation and restoration of the origin balance.
adults – 70 UAH.
children from 6 to 16 years old – 35 UAH.
students – 50 UAH.
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Address: Lviv, Rynok Square, 29 (office in the courtyard – Andreolli Passage).
9 am to 8 pm (Monday-Saturday).
9 am to 5 pm (Sunday).
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