About this tour

Lviv and coffee are inseparable concepts. Here are some reasons why this is so. In 1683, our compatriot Yuri Kulchitsky opened the first coffee house in the capital of Austria, the city of Vienna, which he calls "Under the blue bottle". A century later, Lviv was annexed to the Austrian state and the Austrians themselves opened coffee houses in the capital of Galicia - Lviv. It turns out that at first we taught them to drink coffee, and later they shared with us recipes for unsurpassed coffee drinks.


The excursion route includes visits to such coffee houses: “Hlib i Vyno”, “Armenianka”, “Dzyga”, “Shakta Kavy”, “Fresca”, “Na Bambetle”, “Svit Kavy ”, “Tsvibak”, “Manufactura Kavy”, “ Kredens cafe", "Zolotyi Dukat" and the legendary coffee house "Pid synoyi plashkoyi".


During the tour, you will have the opportunity to taste delicious coffee in one or more Lviv coffee houses.



The cost of an individual tour without coffee tasting included.


To order a tour in English, select the option Excursion in English when ordering.


Passes daily. Start of an individual tour: at any time


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5 reasons to choose tour

1

Fall in love with Lviv

2

Tasting coffee

3

Hear interesting stories

4

Discover Lviv from a completely unknown side

5

Have fun

Key landmarks

1

Winery and snack bar "Bread and Wine"

2

Coffee house "Armenian woman"

3

Coffee house "Dzyga"

4

Cafe-bookstore "Mine of coffee"

5

Coffee house "Mural"

6

Coffee house "On Bambetli"

7

Coffee house "Tsvibak"

8

Coffee house "Coffee Factory"

9

Coffee house "Kredens cafe"

10

Coffee house "Golden Ducat"

11

Coffee house "Black honey"

12

Coffee house "Under the blue bottle"

What is included?

Professional guide

Professional guide

*From each purchased tour, we transfer 10% to the Ukrainian Refugee Support Fund. All profits from press tours are transferred to the reconstruction of Ukraine.