At the centre of old town is Ploshcha Rynok or the market square. It used to be Lviv’s main market back in the day, but it burnt down in the 1825 and wasn’t rebuilt. Instead, the square is now the hub for cultural events in the city. It’s also the main meeting point for many Lviv locals who still flock to the old town.
Although the market wasn’t rebuilt the Town Hall and its tower were. From the top you have a good view (10 UAH entry) of the city and a very romantic spot if you’re thinking about a marriage proposal. If not, there are better view spots the locals go for a free view of the city.
Across form the entrance of the town hall you find the Svit Kavy coffee shop. With 30 kinds of coffee to choose from this coffee shop is a must-see for any of you bean heads out there.