A day trip from Lviv can be a great break from all the hectic of the city and a wonderful way to explore the countryside of Ukraine and to get to know more of Ukrainian culture. That’s exactly why we have gathered some wonderful day trips that take you for some 8 to 10 hours into different world – exploring the beautiful nature of the Carpathian mountains, small towns and villages or architectural landmarks within a short distance from Lviv. Our day trips from Lviv are a great way to see more of Ukraine and experience what this country really is!
Our guides are all true Ukrainians who love to show their country to foreigners. And what better way to explore than to actually go to some less touristy places? All our guides have gone through intensive training. We also provide them with the newest information we can find on the places that you will visit with them. Our professional and fun tour guides with degrees in subjects like history, biology or architecture will make sure to make your tour as informative and entertaining as possible. We won’t bore you with dates (unless you want that) and rather tell you the stories to make you understand the bigger picture. And since each tour is private, you and your group will have one of our buddies as an experienced and educated tour guide all to yourselves.
At Lviv Buddy our aim is to provide you with the trip you will 100% enjoy. That is why we will always ask you which options on the tour you prefer and what you want the focus of the tour to be on. We can also arrange stops for lunch or perhaps you would like to see something different than our usual itinerary would show. If we have a possibility to make it possible, we will do what we can!
The level of English of many guides in Ukraine is still very low. But at Lviv Buddy we actually take care to improve our guide’s English skills by offering them free English lessons. They take part in classes and social events with native speakers and get better every day. Our owner Peter guides too and has native fluency in English with an American accent, as he spent part of his life in the United States.