About this tour

The world-famous Tunnel of Love in Klevan, the grand Tarakaniv Fort and the insurmountable Dubno Castle are at your disposal in this tour.

Tour dates: 11.11.2023

Departure from Lviv (08:00) - Tarakaniv (tour of the fort) - Dubno (lunch, tour of the castle) - Klevan (taking pictures in the tunnel of love) - Lviv (return to 22:00)

The tour price includes

- travel by a comfortable bus;

- accompaniment of a guide;

- excursion services at tourist sites;

- travel insurance.

The price does not include and is paid additionally

- entrance tickets to tourist attractions;

- nutrition.

Entrance tickets:

Tarakanivskyi fort: general, pension, student - 30 UAH./person;

Dubenskyi castle: general, pension - 100 UAH., student, pupil - 60 UAH.

* Prices are subject to change.

The tour is conducted in Ukrainian.

*The originality of the text is fully preserved from the author of the tour (tour operator)

5 reasons to choose tour


You will see the huge defensive Tarakaniv Fort, which survived two world wars


You will admire 29 architectural landmarks in the city of Dubno


You will visit the Dubno castle, which consists of defensive ramparts and bastions


You will be amazed by the beauty of the Ostroz’kis’ Palace (16th century) and Liubomyrskis’ Palace (18th century)


You will take a picture in the world-famous Tunnel of Love

Key landmarks


Tarakaniv Fort

This is a huge defensive fort, which was built by the Russian tsarist army in 1885-1890 near the Austro-Hungarian border. The fort survived two world wars, but it still impresses with its size. Three floors of the building are above the ground, and three are underground, the remains of barracks, passages, tunnels have been preserved, which are admired by many generations of tourists.



The ancient Volyn city, which has 29 architectural monuments belonging to the Dubno Historical and Cultural Reserve. But the most outstanding decoration of the city is the insurmountable Dubno Castle (1492), which consists of defensive ramparts and bastions, Ostroz’kis’ Palace (16th century) and Liubomyrskis’ Palace (18th century).



The town is home to the world-famous "Tunnel of Love", which is a botanical phenomenon formed by thickets of trees and bushes around a narrow-gauge railway. Thanks to its picturesqueness, it attracts tourists, especially couples in love from all over the world.

What is included?

Transfer along the route

Transfer along the route

Professional guide

Professional guide

Travel insurance

Travel insurance

*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.