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Recommendations where to stay in Lviv

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My boyfriend and I are planning to go to Poland and Ukraine this June for Euro 2012. I'm looking for recommendations on where to stay in Lviv- I, ideally would like to rent an apartment but am not sure of where. I've read that there will be 3 fan parks down town and 1 fan park out by the stadium. Is it better to stay downtown or by the stadium or somewhere else... Any advice is most welcomed


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    Dear Kelsi,
    First of all, I would like to say that I think it is better to read comments of native Lviv citizens and not people advertizing.
    Regarding your request:
    It is rather sad to say, but the infrastructure around Lviv stadium is still developing and I am not sure if it would be finished before the EURO. Second thing is that Lviv stadium is located near city limits, so if you don’t have tickets for the games, I, personally, see no point in renting apartment near the stadium.
    You are right, that two fan zones will be located in the city center, in Rynok square, the very center of Lviv.
    So I think it is better to rent apartment in the city, get to fan zones in the center and see the city. You will have plenty of time to observe all the Lviv beauty and watch the games.
    Regarding how to rent apartment – well, this is hard to say. There are several websites out there, but I can suggest neither of them as I have never tried any. I think it is better to contact some of your friends in Lviv if you have any or ask help from somebody truly reliable.
    Hope this helps

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