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Fly with LOT Polish Airlines to Lviv

On board a LOT Polish Airlines plane you will get to Lviv in comfortable conditions and a warm atmosphere. Under our wings, you can enjoy the delicious LOT Gourmet menu items, read up-to-the-minute newspapers and fully relax. You will be looked after by professionals – we have been awarded the title of Best Airline in Central and Eastern Europe by Business Traveller magazine.

Direct flights to Lviv

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Schedule of flights to Lviv

LOT Polish Airlines flies to Lviv (LWO) from Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) three times a week at 16:25 on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Duration of flights to Lviv

At Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) you are just one hour away from Lviv Airport (LWO).

 

At Lviv Airport

All the attractions of this Ukrainian city are a moment away from Lviv Airport (LWO). You can reach then by taking a trolleybus (line 9), a bus (line 48) or a taxi.  

Additional LOT Polish Airlines services

Check out the new services we have prepared for our passengers. Quick Passage is a solution dedicated to those who wish to pass through the airport procedures faster. My Favourite Seat service lets you book a specific seat on board so that you feel as comfortable as possible. The Priority Luggage service allows you to save time and be one of the first to reclaim your baggage.

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In spite of the fact that Lviv is located in Ukraine, due to historical reasons the city is still important for Poland. Many signs of the Polish heritage have been preserved there. Lviv was a mixture of Polish, Ukrainian, Jewish and Russian influences.  Lviv should be visited because of its unforgettable…

Leisure time

The market on the old town is surrounded by charming Renaissance houses and at the south-west corner there is one of the oldest churches in Lviv, the Latin Cathedral. The Gothic building, constructed at the turn of the 14th and 15th century, had been decorated for centuries. In the 18th century a…

Restaurants

Lviv's cuisine, due to the climate of the region, is dominated by heavy, filling and fat dishes. It includes soups with cream and pirożki – rolls fried in oil, slightly resembling donuts, stuffed with potatoes, cabbage and mushrooms or meat. The best known and the most popular soup is of course…

Shopping

Magnus at Shpytal'na 1 is a shopping centre built between 1912 and 1913 by Roman Felinskyi. The building itself delights its visitors with the design and is the best example of industrial architecture in the world. Believed by some people to be the best shopping centre in western Ukraine, it is full…

Accommodation

Nobilis Hotel at O. 5 Fredra Street is a five-star hotel just in the very centre of Lviv. The guests are offered elegant rooms with air-conditioning and free wireless Internet access. In the hotel there is a fitness and wellness centre with a hydromassage bathtub. It is situated 1 kilometre from the…

Helpful info

The easiest way to move around the Old Town is on foot. Local means of transport - trolleys, buses and microbuses (marshrutka) are old, well-worn and often break down. Lviv is one of few European cities where the tram drives through the market square. Since the tracks are often arranged along the curbs,…

Active time

Euro Sport at 1 Petrushevycha Square is a large fitness centre located several minutes on foot from the centre of Lviv. It has one of the deepest swimming pools in the city with 4 tracks and the range of depth from 1.65 up to 3.65 m. In the centre you can also use a gym and indoor tennis courts. In…

In spite of the fact that Lviv is located in Ukraine, due to historical reasons the city is still important for Poland. Many signs of the Polish heritage have been preserved there. Lviv was a mixture of Polish, Ukrainian, Jewish and Russian influences. 

Lviv should be visited because of its unforgettable atmosphere, especially since the contemporary city, after many years of isolation, has opened again on western countries.

The old part of Lviv is located in a picturesque valley surrounded by hills. The roofs of the old houses are adjacent to the towers of numerous temples and urban development is crossed with parks. Buildings and houses, neglected for years, are systematically renovated, and on the cobbled market and streets of the old town there are more and more cafe tables. It all makes Lviv to be one of the most important stops on the touristic map of Europe.

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