[cml_media_alt id='3477']reyn-5296[/cml_media_alt]Danylo Halytskyi International Airport ‘‘Lviv’’ is the biggest airport in  Western Ukraine according to passenger flow and destination network. It is located in the southwestern part of the city and has favorable location to the main city infrastructure objects.   As of now destination network of the airport consists of more than 30 routes. The new airport terminal was put into service on April 12, 2012 specially for the UEFA European Сhampionship 2012. The total area of 39,000 sq. m; 9 departure gates, 4 of which are jet bridges; 28 check-in desks, 2 self-service check-in kiosks; 18 passport control checkpoints; 12 aviation security control checkpoints; 15 airlines; VIP-lounges for the passengers of international and domestic flights; modern Duty Free; 2 parking lots with 238 parking places, 2 conference rooms.

 Main Railway Station. Lviv was the first city in Ukraine with it’s own [cml_media_alt id='3475']SONY DSC[/cml_media_alt]railway.The first train arrived to Lviv from Vienna on November 4, 1861. Today Rail travel offers international connection to Slovakia, Hungary, Poland and Russia. From Western and Central Europe, the best route is through Krakow, Poland and a direct train from there to Lviv. If coming from Southern Europe, any of the neighboring countries listed above, will provide a direct connection from there. If you are coming from Central Asia, come to Kyiv, and take one of the high speed trains to Lviv. Once you arrive, tram, bus or taxi will take you to your first destination.


Bus Station “Lviv”. Regular bus routes run to Lviv from almost every city in Ukraine and the largest cities of the European Union. You can come to Lviv by bus from the Netherlands, Greece, Slovakia, Hungary, Moldova, UK, Spain, Belarus, Russia, Germany, France, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Italy, Estonia, Austria, Latvia, and Poland. These stop at the Central Bus Station Lviv.