All international buses arrive at Stryis’kyi Avtovokzal; however, some buses, including routes from Warsaw and Krakow, may make a first stop in centre not far from Shevchenka prosp. Ask your driver to be sure. At the bus station, ticket offices and schedules are located on the ground floor. Upstairs you’ll find a waiting hall, a small hotel and a cafeteria. To find the left-luggage office, head downstairs from the central hall.
Getting to townStryis’kyi Avtovokzal is located relatively far from the city centre. Taxis are your obvious quickest option; depending on your haggling skills, fares are available for as little as 50Hr. For an unbelievable value, take trolleybus No. 5 to Shota Rustaveli Street (I-4) for the meagre fare of 1,25Hr. Though it may be cramped, marshrutkas No. 7, 37, 57 and 71 shuttle passengers to centre for 2Hr. Bus No. 18 connects Stryis’kyi Avtovokzal with Lviv Holovnyi Train Station.