Culture and History »

[15 Jul 2013]

What do healthy living, breakdancing, and Jewish music have in common? They all have their own festivals this week in Sevastopol, Yalta, and Lviv. [More]

Places to See »

[1 Jul 2013]

Lviv takes the top slot on a list of must-see European cities. Read on to learn why. [More]

Places to See »

[8 May 2013]

Love music? Take in the Flugery Lvova (Weathervanes) Jazz Festival, held every May in Lviv. [More]

Culture and History »

[3 May 2013]

One great reason to date Ukrainian girls living in Lviv, or Lvov, is because there are always fun festivals going on! If you’re planning a visit this summer, here are several events to schedule your trip around. [More]

Culture and History »

[18 Feb 2013]

The Eastern Ukrainian city of Lviv hosted a Chinese New Year celebration complete with a parade, laser light show, live music, and traditional song and dance performances... [More]

Places to See »

[31 Jan 2013]

There's always something going on in the city of Lviv. Lviv holds over 100 different festivals every year that celebrate the country's art, history and culture. [More]

Culture and History »

[11 Jan 2013]

From the traditional Malanka Ethnographic Festival to the more modern Rock-Kolyada Music Festival, here are five fun offerings that some of your favorite Ukrainian brides may be participating in this weekend... [More]

Culture and History »

[2 Jan 2013]

The Government of Norway has donated half a million dollars to help preserve the Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life in the Ukrainian city of Lviv... [More]

Places to See »

[28 Dec 2012]

Ukraine is an increasingly popular tourist spot. See what international travel magazines say are must-see destinations in this country. [More]

Best Places in Ukraine »

[9 Nov 2012]

As one of the main cultural centers in Ukraine, Lviv is lovely to tour during the day. But a special event known as "Night of Lviv" allows residents and visitors to explore the city after hours... [More]

Best Places in Ukraine »

[21 May 2012]

Lviv, or Lvov in Russian, is considered one of the main cultural centers of Ukraine and the city will be filled with football fans next month for the European championship... [More]