If you like to travel back in time to see a middle european city without big shopping malls and a beautiful historic city enter without any asphalted roads, go to Lviv!
Unfortunately not everything was nice there: I was a little shocked that openly violent and racist movements like Pravy Sektor can have a coffee shop with their flags on it in the middle of the city centre, like it would be a normal thing to do.
Thursday - Tomorrow I’ll be you
Due to changes in my travel plans I had another short stay in Cracow from where I continued to Lviv.
There were only direct connections via bus and train by night, so I decided to do it another way: taking a train to Przemysl, continuing by local bus to the next bus stop from the border and entering Ukraine by walking. I wasn’t quite sure if it will work out like that, so I prepared a paper sign to hitchhike just in case, but there was no need for it. From the ukrainian side of the border there were frequent busses to Lviv.
I heard that the Medyka-Shigeni border crossing would be the only one where it’s allowed to enter without sitting in a vehicle - how ridiculous is this?
so I’ll start posting pictures from my last trip now…
I totally recommend Warsaw to visit, I had a great time there!
Bier gegen Deutschland
Magret. aus Trier sind die nächsten Tage auf kleiner Deutschlandtour!
Maly kysel canyon, Slovenský Raj
Hello from High tatras!
Sunset in Lviv
Regarding the queue of cars, entering Ukraine by walking was a good choice.