About this tour

Ivano-Frankivsk is a mysterious city, where everyone can become a discovery for everyone, where everyone will find something for their soul. Discover this city for yourself and you will not regret it.

You will get to know the interesting history of the city, see the sights, and discover many amazing facts.

Excursion route:

- We will start from the monument to Ivan Franko, the Regional Music and Drama Theater.

- Then we will head along the pedestrian street to the musical fountain and Hartenberg passage, taking photos near the blacksmiths' gifts to our city.

- Passing the Medical University, we will get to Sheptytskyi Square, where you can see the first Jesuit church - the Greek-Catholic Church of the Holy Resurrection of Christ, the Rotunda.

- We will take photos under the arch of "Happiness" and head to the ranks of the underground "Bastion", where you can feel the breath of old Stanislavov and imagine what the fortress was like in those days (entrance is free), as well as we will buy souvenirs and taste aromatic coffee with Stanislavsky quiche or cheesecakes.

- Then we will stop near the Art Museum (Church of St. Virgin where the founders of our city were buried).

- We head to the Historical and Local History Museum (City Hall), and if desired, we will go to the observation deck, from which you can see the whole city.

- We will head to the Armenian Church and Synagogue.

- Regional Music Philharmonic (the first theatre of the city), Mickiewicz Square.

Price for 1-10 people, regardless of the number of participants. Walking tour.

The tour is conducted in Ukrainian and Russian, may be in other languages on the request.

*The originality of the text is completely preserved by the author of the tour (tour operator)

5 reasons to choose tour


Plunge into the romantic atmosphere of the city


Hear interesting love stories


Find a kissing bridge


Find out why the widow is crying


Rub the ring for happiness

Key landmarks


City Hall

It is one of the three town halls in Ukraine, which was built in the constructivist style. Today's elegant structure has repeatedly changed its appearance for more than 400 years. The very first Town Hall was created by a nine-story round wooden tower in the Renaissance style, although it performed the same functions as a modern building.


Armenian Church

The interior of the church is decorated with carvings and moldings of Ionic order, frescoes and wooden sculptures. There was a miracle-working icon of Our Lady in the church, which in 1945 was taken to Poland by the Armenian community. Now the church belongs to the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church, and its auxiliary rooms are adjusted for a seminary.



The fortress gallery "Bastion" is located next to one of the historical monuments of Ivano-Frankivsk, the remains of the city's fortress wall. The name of the shopping and entertainment complex was borrowed from one of the bastions of the Stanislav Fortress, which was restored in 2002. The remains of the old wall are included in the new building, which resembles a historical bastion.


Gartenberg Passage

The Gartenberg Passage in Ivano-Frankivsk was built in 1904 on the model of similar shopping centres in Western Europe. It was a covered gallery with a row of shops on both sides of the passage, and a fashionable cafe "Edison" on the second floor. Czech architect Karel Boblik was the architect of the project. In 1960, a department store, later "Children's World", was opened here. In recent years, it has been an artistic space.


Sheptytsky Square

Sheptytsky Square in Ivano-Frankivsk welcomes thousands of tourists every year. This atmospheric place was named in honour of Andrii Sheptytskyi because he did a lot for the city. The square is popular both among city residents and tourists. This is because Rynok Square is located nearby. Many festivals are also held on the square: "Festival of Blacksmiths", "Feast of Bread" and "Carpathian Vernissage".

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.