Lviv Undergrounds and Dungeons Tour

Language English, Polish, Russian, Ukrainian
Price 60 USD for tour
Capacity Group of up to 5 people
Duration 2 hours

Perfect tour for knowing Lviv better from undergrounds. And this is perfect tour for cold time. We are going to visit 5 Lviv's dungeons. We will start from Church's underground and will see ancient Lviv, then will visit pharmasy's museum, after "fired-coffee" in the underground cafe we will go to Dominican convent and will finish our tour in bunker.

Most unusual attraction, a humorous stroll through intriguing subterranean of Lviv old town, starts in the center of the city and leads to the most cryptic dungeons of medieval churches of Lviv. These catacombs are full of mystical fiction and possess a sense of impressive ambiance of medieval history.

The underground world of Lviv spreads for more than 100 kms. Many churches and monasteries have old underground labyrinths, formerly used as burial places or treasuries in the war times of the medieval past, often not even known to the local inhabitants. Many structures have been undertunneled for military purposes to hide not only military supplies but also the soldiers of all the different armies which invaded Lviv in the past 800 years.

One of the most interesting attractions on the tour route is the Church of Jesuits and its hidden dungeons. There are some imposing frescoes of the XVII century, remains of the protective walls of the XVII century and thrilling engraved sarcophagus of the XVIII century over there. This sarcophagus drives a special attention of the tourists as it has a dislocated tomb stone. which means that someone tried to escape from this place. Most guides also tell the most horrifying legend about the ghost of the Black Monk who wanders over the Church territory looking for his soul.

The dungeons of the Dominican Cathedral and the remains of the Prince Lev Castle that has been constructed in 1270 are another interesting highlight of this tour. The enigmatic atmosphere of the wooden galleries could be felt once you enter the Cathedral. The spacious room with a gibbet that was used for torments and tortures during the time of Holy Inquisition, makes us think of a variety of spooky and gruesome legends on unresting souls wandering over the dungeons of the Cathedral at night.

The catacombs of the Pharmacy Museum is the place where Lviv alchemists are believed to conduct their experiments turning iron into gold and the dungeons of the Transfiguration Church are housing an impressive collection of fresco art.

Discover Lviv’s mystifying underground world and listen to some spooky legends from city’s history.

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