Archive for Places to visit in Ukraine

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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TOUR GUIDE. What to see in Dnipro (Part2)

Check the Part 1 of our Tour Guide for more interesting places!

1. Quay

To be in Dnipro and not visit the famous embankment of the Dnipro River is inexcusable. This is one of the most beautiful places in the city, besides the Quay is considered to be the longest in Europe – about 30 km. Here are concentrated many different sculptures and monuments, flowers and trees, cafes and restaurants. There you can sit on the longest in Ukraine 50-meter “family” bench. The Quay is especially beautiful in the evening, so no one has a question, where to go in Dnipro in the evening.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Kharkiv (Part2)

1. Cascade

In preparation for the 300th anniversary of the city in 1955, a cascade ladder was built in the western part of Shevchenko’s garden. A fountain flowed along the cascade, and from the upper observation platform a picturesque view of the valley of the Lopan River opened. The fountain still works.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Dnipro (Part1)

The first association with Dnipro is an industrial city. All this is true, but there is another side of the city on the Dnipro river. These are beautiful parks, modern avenues and boulevards, a lot of various museums and theaters.

1. Monastery Island

This is the most romantic and mysterious attraction. This is one of the most popular places among the townspeople and visitors of the city. The decoration of the island is the snow-white Nikolaev’s church, built in 1999. Its gilded dome is visible from different points of the city. You can get to the island by the pedestrian bridge,another option to get to the island is by high-speed trolls. So you will get to a new observation deck, from which a beautiful panorama of the city opens.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to see in Kharkiv (Part1)

Kharkiv can strike the tourists with ambitiousness. Now it is the second city after the capital by the population in Ukraine. Earlier, in Soviet times, Kharkiv was the capital for 15 years. And the attractions of Kharkiv already called for thousands of tourists. So here is the list of what to see in this beautiful city.

1. Sarzhin Yar

This is the yar (girder) that separates Pavlovo Field from the Mountainous region. There is also one of the Kharkov sources of mineral water. Just recently it was restored and brought to the proper view. Now you can get water, dip into the font, rest on benches or lawn. Also in Sarzhin Yar there are wonderful children’s and sports grounds.
1Sarzhin Yar
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TOUR GUIDE. What to see in Odessa

The list of all the charms of Odessa is endless. Without exaggeration, this is the most colorful Ukrainian city and by itself it is already a tourist attraction.

1. Deribasovskaya Street

What is the most beautiful street in Odessa? Of course, it is the famous throughout the world Deribasovskaya. This is where the acquaintance with the city begins. The street is paved with cobbles and is pedestrian. It is here that the whole center of city entertainment is concentrated, where the history and the present are synchronously intertwined. Everyone has his own reason to fall in love with Deribasovskaya: in length and breadth it is not very big, but something in it is attractive and calm, carefree and cozy – in architecture, and in a lot of cafes, and in the absence of cars.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Lviv (Part2)

1. Armenian quarter

Lviv became a refuge of Armenians back in the 13th century. Expelled from their lands, they were forced to seek for a new home. Armenian merchants and artisans were the first who arrived to the city of Leo. They settled compactly, so now all the sights owed by the Armenians are concentrated on the Armenian street. Probably the most famous of them is the Armenian Cathedral, built in 1370.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Lviv (Part1)

Lviv has been meeting guests from different parts of the country and from abroad for many years. It seems that in the city of Leo everything breathes with history. Streets and houses keep the memory of what happened centuries ago.

1. Rynok Square

It is located in the center, in the old part of the city. Therefore, there is something to see, because the local houses still remember the events of the past centuries. The first mention of the central city square dates back to the 13th century. For many centuries it has been the center of city life. Here people organized cultural events, processions, and sold vegetables, fruits and flowers on the market, which were grown by local residents.
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TOUR GUIDE. What to See in Kiev (Part2)

1. Independence Square

Independence Square or like people call it Maidan is currently the legendary place in Kiev. Despite recent events in the country, which caused significant damage to the architectural ensemble of this landmark, it is still worth to visit. The area is located between the most popular streets of the capital Khreshchatyk, Sofievskaya, Institutskaya and others. Do not miss the opportunity to feel the spirit of recent and most historically significant events for Ukraine!
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TOP 5 places to go in Chernigov

TOP 5 places to go in Chernigov

1. Hryak Restaurant

An interesting place, filled with the atmosphere of an old mansion. Here you will always find great, delicious meat. It’s a real men’s restaurant where you can eat meat and drink beer by there own production and recipes. But for your lady there is also a tasty menu! Do not forget to reserve a table in advance, so you will not be without dinner. As a compliment from the restaurant, at the beginning, fresh bread with traditional oil is served, very tasty! This is one of those places where you want to come back again and again.
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