These optional tours visit all " must-see " Ukrainian destinations!
Kiev - Lviv - Odesa - Slavutich / Chernihiv
Over the border: Transnistria “last outpost of the USSR,”
This ancient city is the capital of Ukraine. It has been standing on steep hills overlooking the Dnipro River for more than 1,500 years.
For centuries it is famous for its beauty and cultural heritage. Modern Kyiv is the administrative, economic, scientific, cultural and educational center of independent Ukraine.
There are 50% of all architectural monuments of Ukraine in Lviv.
That is why the centre of the city is considered to be historic and architect reservation.
Variety and mixture of different styles of all epochs beginning from 13 century, find their reflection in grey stone buildings of Lviv. Gothic and baroque, renaissance and Roman style, rococo and Empire, modern eclectic and constructivism are combined in it architecture.
Odesa a pearl on the Black sea.
Adored by artists, sculptors, writers and poets. It seems like inspiration dwells in every nook and cranny of the city, so it’s no wonder that here you can be impressed by one of the world’s most beautiful opera houses, diverse museums and galleries, peaceful gardens and amazing architecture.
You can immerse yourself in an impressive performance of arts.
A must: Impresive sunny beaches on the border of the Black sea.
The purpose-built city of Slavutych in northern Ukraine, near the border of Chernihiv and Belarus, was created specifically for the families forced to evacuate the town of Pripyat after the tragedy at Chernobyl, and survivors who worked at the nuclear power plant.
It was the last city the Soviet Union created before its dissolution.
Travelling through Ukraine
Kiev - Lviv - Odesa
This tour will show you 3 major cities of Ukraine with the most important highlights.
Highly recommended for a deeper experience of Ukraine.
Border crossing: A forgotten remnant of the Soviet Union, Transnistria is an unrecognized country hidden behind a heavily militarized border between Moldova and Ukraine.
One of the most notable things about Transnistria (and Tiraspol in particular) is the prevalence of Soviet symbology. While socialist monuments and busts of Lenin are be removed in other former-USSR nations such as Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, Transnistria goes a step further, actually referring to itself as a ‘soviet state.’