1-6 Person 1 Days
$160

Discover one of the most popular tourist itineraries - so called “Golden Horse Shoe” (Olesko, Pidhirtsi and Zolochiv castles). Olesko Castle is an outstanding architectural and historic monument from the 13th - 18th centuries, once a strong fortress of Old Rus in the 14th century. In the Olesko Castle basement there is a well which also served as an escape passage for the besieged. A nice park with some modern sculptures surrounds the Castle. Pidhirtsi Castle is a unique architectural monument in the late Renaissance style dating back to 1635-1640. It was built for a crowned Polish Hetman Stanislaw Koniecpolski. Pidhirtsi Castle has been under restoration after years when it was used as a Soviet hospital. It may take many years before it regains its pervious glory. However visitors are admitted and have to use their imagination when looking at once grand interiors. Zolochiv Castle was built as a citadel with bastions in the 1630s. In the 17th - 18th centuries the castle belonged to the rich Polish families of Sobieski and Radziwill. You will be taken to the old magic stone in the castle courtyard. It has engraved inscriptions in unknown language and a hole in the middle that will help fulfill your wishes if you put your finger there and turn.

The mentioned price is per person in 2 pax group. If you are a solo traveller, you need to pay more. If group is more than 2 pax, the price will be less for every participant.

Departure/return location
Lviv
Departure Time
We will pick you up at suitable time for you
Return Time
Tour takes about 9 hours
Included
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Round transfer in comfortable vehicle
  • Escursion over all three castles
  • Entrance tickets
  • English guideservice
Not Included
  • Personal shopping
  • Meals
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Day 1
  • 9:00:Driver will pick you up and take to the first location - Olesco castle.
  • 10:30:Excursion over Olesco castle
  • 11:30: Move to Pidhirtsi castle
  • 11:50:Excursion over Pidhirtsi castle
  • 12:50: Move to Zolochiv castle
  • 13:20:Excursion over Zolochiv castle
  • 14:30:Return to Lviv