Archive for Places to visit in Ukraine

Top-5 Places to visit in Odessa

Odessa

Odessa


Everyone who has visited this beautiful city at least once immediately fall in love! Odessa is a city that we love for the fact that you can feel freer here, a little more frivolous and become a part of this separate world in the south of Ukraine, because Odessa citizens are unique people with a wonderful sense of humor, incredibly hospitable and pleasant.Step2Love tells you about the sights of Odessa, which are worth seeing in a day in the “pearl of the sea.” » Read more..

Top-5 Places to visit in Kharkiv

Kharkiv

Kharkiv


Summer evenings are filled with special magic. It is now so perfect to try something new, to find fresh options, where to spend an evening, try the original dishes, new drinks, do things that you did not do before. Today Step2Love has gathered for you a fresh summer top about places in beautiful city Kharkiv, where to spend a summer evening in company of your beloved one:) » Read more..

Top-5 Places to visit in Nikolaev

Nikolaev City

Nikolaev City


Nikolaev is a picturesque southern city in Ukraine. It has an excellent location at the intersection of the South Bug and Ingul rivers, is located near the Black Sea. Now in Nikolaev there are more than eight hundred avenues, streets and lanes. And do not even have to say that every, even the smallest alley, has it’s own history.
If your beloved one lives in this wonderful city and you want to visit her Step2Love has prepared for you Top-5 Places to visit in Nikolaev. » Read more..

Sweet October: Top-5 Places to visit in Ukraine this Autumn

October is the time when the summer is already over, and the winter is ahead, but nature still bestows last warm, fair days. In these days people need so much romance, joy from communicating with beloved ones.

Step2Love prepared for you Top-5 Places where you can spend your time with our Beautiful Sexy Ladies in Ukraine.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Kherson

In a small regional center in the south of Ukraine, life flows quietly and slowly. Now it is the largest river port on the Dnipro and the seaport. Many ancient buildings have survived in the city, and this is one of the greenest cities in Ukraine, despite the fact that it is located on the steppe spaces.

1. Glory Park

To the south-east of the Catherine’s Cathedral you can find a memorial park of Glory. That was built in memory of the heroes of the Second World War. A touching monument of the Sorrowful Mother was established there, also there is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, memorial lists of the dead people. This is a sacred place, but, nevertheless, one of the most beautiful in Kherson. The central alley of the park descends to the river, and the view here is delightful.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Kirovograd

“Ukrainian Athens”, and even “little Paris” – that’s how Kirovograd is called by those who love it. And even if it sounds arrogant, believe me, there are foundations for that!

1. Dvortsovaya Street

This is the main pedestrian street of the city. The name of the street seems to take us back to the 18th and 19th centuries. Here you will find many buildings of that era. Walking down the street, do not hide the camera, there is something to take pictures of. Here you will find mansions in neoclassic style. And a beautiful mansion with a rich decor and stucco decorations (by the way, there are legends that there are ghosts). And a building that looks like from a fairy tale.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Vinnitsa

Vinnitsa is a very beautiful city with a rich history. Here you can admire the beautiful architecture of the city, visit the sights, which do not have analogous in the whole Ukraine, and in the evening you can watch a colorful light-music show on the water.

1. The Pirogov’s Museum

The museum is open on the territory of the Vishnya Manor, where the last 20 years of his life lived and worked as an outstanding surgeon, anatomist, scientist and teacher Nikolai Ivanovich Pirogov, who is considered to be the founder of military field surgery, as well as the Red Cross Society.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Cherkassy (Part2)

1. Light-Musical Fountain in Cherkassy

Today the light-musical fountain in the center of Cherkassy is one of the most cozy and memorable places in the city. There sounds nice classical music, and the fountain shimmers with all the colors of the rainbow. A beautiful relaxing picture, it is very difficult to tear your eyes away from it! Light-musical fountain brings practical benefit: coins, which are thrown into the water by spectators, are collected by employees of a special utility company serving the fountain. Already managed to gather money for several accordions for the local music school.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Cherkassy (Part1)

This city is unique by the only White Lotus Buddhist temple in Europe, the hyperboloid Shukhov’s tower. So, about where you can go in Cherkassy, what is interesting about this city, we will tell in our review.

1. The Rose Valley Park

Here usually city events and holidays take place. Here you can sit on the bench, near one of the decorative lakes with fountains. Or look at the vast expanses of the Kremenchuk’s reservoir on the bank of which the park is stretched. The main Attraction of “Valley of Roses” is the original sundial. The arrow of the 15-meter dial is the silhouette of the crane, and figures – 12 chairs, located in a circle.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Kremenchuk

There are not very many historical sights in Kremenchug. But in Kremenchug it is possible to take many pictures with cheerful monuments and fascinating panoramas.

1. Bridge across the Dnipro river

For Kremenchuk this is the same visiting card as the Eiffel Tower for Paris or Big Ben for London. The bridge is on all the paintings devoted to the city, on all posters and book covers. From here you can see beautiful views of the river, city beach, green islands. Particularly impressive are the landscapes at sunset. Well, a bit of extreme in addition: when on the bridge are going trains or trucks, you feel that it just “walks” under your feet. This attraction will be 70 years old soon.
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