The house in which the apartments are VIP level, is the historic center, the area of UNESCO, Sq. Rynok (2 min), Prospect Svobody (2 minutes). 3rd floor.
Design project 2013 apartment interior in the style of “modern”. These comfortable apartments are ideal for people who want to travel in comfort. Everything is done at a high level: starting with furniture and ending with cosmetics and bedding sets. All at a five star hotel. The apartments are equipped with alarms. View of the Town Hall and the Armenian church – is impressive.
Rent of apartments well suited for businessmen.
desk with chair
table with chairs
Cable TV, Internet WI-FI.
Near the house, at 200 m.
One of the safest streets in the city. Ssecurity system. At the entrance of the combination lock. Armored door.
You will stay in the historical part of the city. UNESCO area. Near the house are the main historical attractions of the city. Near Prospect Svobody Sq. Rynok, the Opera House, the Arsenal, the High Castle, exhibitions, museums, churches.
Near: Supermarket, Mini-market, Drugstore, Bank, ATM, Park, Restaurants, Bars, Nightclubs, Spa/Wellness Center. City-bus stop, Trolley-bus stop.
Shuttle service from Lviv railway station, airport and bus station to the apartment, as well as in the opposite direction. Shuttle Service is a paid service. More details about it here.
During holidays, the price is agreed! Minimum nights: 2
The history of the street Lesi Ukrainki | City of Lions
View on the street. L. Ukrainki from Prospect Svobody. On the right picture of the Preobragenskiy Cathedral.
The street is located in the Galicia region of Lviv, the center of the old town, on the territory of UNESCO. It starts from the freedom avenue, next to the Opera House and almost reaches the street Podvalnaya. It crosses three major streets (Drukarska, Theatralna, Krakowskaya), which, in turn, divide it into 3 parts. In the old days, each of these pieces of contemporary street wear personal name.
It was once the street was the outskirts of the old town, adjacent to the defensive city wall, near the “Cracow gate”. In the XVII century, this part of the city wall was dismantled as unnecessary. Thus, the street joined with the suburbs and some expanded.
Part of the street that connects Prospect Svobody with the street Theatralnaya, until 1863, belonged to the street Theatralnaya. Another part of the street Theatralnaya to the street Krakowskaya, formerly known as the Krakowskaya street side. The last part of the street, from the street Kracowskaya to the street Drukarskaya until the end of the XVIII century was called the Lower Armenian. This part of the time is referred to as the Armenian Quarter. It is in this part of the street is the house where our apartment is located.
Uniting the three parts of a single entity at the end of the XVIII century – 1871. Then newly formed street was renamed street Skarbkovskaya. In later times, during the next 5 years, the street name changed five times:
1941, February – st. Lesi Ukrainki
1941, August – Str. Skarbkovskaya
1941, November – st. Altshtadtshtrasse
1944, July – st. Skarbkovskaya
1944, December – st. Lesi Ukrainki
Reconstruction of the central part of Lviv, held in 2012 made street. L. Ukrainki pedestrian.