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Ivano-Frankivsk (formerly in Polish: Stanisławów, German: Stanislau) is a city in the Ukrainian part of East Galicia.
Ivano-Frankivsk has its own airport serving domestic flights to Kiev. The biggest airport nearby is in Lviv.
You can get to Ivano-Frankivsk by train from Kiev and Lviv (where you can connect to Belarus and Poland) or Chernivtsi (where you can connect to Romania).
The city centre is manageable by foot.
Those wishing to venture outside of the city by car may want to use a more robust vehicle such as a 4 by 4 as roads in the local area are extremely degraded and incomparable to western roads.
What to see
The baroque city centre with the town hall, the Armenian Church, the Cathedral and the old brewery.
Town hall (Ratusha) - Art Deco building from 1930s standing in the middle of Market Square (Ploshcha Rynok). Today houses the Regional Museum.
Museum of Art in the oldest former church of the city, the Collegiate Church of Virgin Mary.
On huge bazaar close to the Main Square you can buy everything.
Food in Ivano-Frankivsk, like the rest of the Ukraine is fairly good and will sit well in the stomach of most western travelers.
If visiting a supermarket, price on items will vary greatly. Western labeled products will be labeled with prices comparable to western prices. Similar goods with non-western labels will sell much cheaper.
Two glasses of beer and a bag of potato chips will cost about 5 US$ at local bars.
As with other Ukrainian cities of its size a beer should cost under $1 and a large bag of crisps (potato chips) in a normal bar/pub should cost a maximum of $1. If you are paying more than that you know you are being ripped off.