Lviv, in Western Ukraine, is a magic city. Before World War II it was Polish, but Ukrainians do not like to talk about that too much! The architecture and the spirit of the city is no less charming than Prague or Cracow. It is even better, because it is more authentic. But even there, so far from Donetsk and Luhansk regions, you can feel that Ukraine is at war, resulting from Russian aggression. You will meet people, who gather help for wounded soldiers and some protesting soldiers, complaining of the lack of support from the state. A reminder that war is right by the European Union’s doors.