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The most popular Ukrainian cities for visiting

Today many people consider visiting Ukraine as tourists. Such a vacation has many advantages: low prices (compared to the same in Western Europe), a rich cultural heritage, beautiful natural scenery, and the opportunity of various leisure activities (green tourism, beach recreation, and excursion tourism). Ukraine is the country with unlimited opportunities and beautiful landscapes. The country that will give you unforgettable emotions and impressions! It is a country, which can embody dreams. All the things you need for rest are here, love, romance and new impressions. Here you will find all you need to be happy and have the greatest vacation of your life.
Kyiv is primarily a modern city, but it boasts many fine older attractions such as the St Sophia Cathedral and Monastery which was built in the 11th century. The city is somewhat cosmopolitan due to the large number of students from other parts of the world who have taken up residency here. Kyiv also has a lot to see and do and you will be able to spend days here just enjoying the sights and taking in the culture.
Popular Attractions in Kyiv:
  • Pechersk Lavra (caves monastery)
  • Chernobyl Museum
  • St. Andrew's Church
  • St. Sophia's Cathedral
  • St. Michael's Monastery
  • Pirogovo (open air museum)
  • Pinchuk Art Centre
Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine located in the northeast of the country. It is the administrative center of the Kharkiv region. Kharkiv is famous for monumental Stalinist architecture, as well as important symbol of 'constructivism' style - building of Gosprom. Kharkiv is a major cultural, scientific, educational, transport and industrial center of Ukraine, with 60 scientific Institutes, 30 establishments of higher education, 6 museums, 7 theatres and 80 libraries. Its industry specializes mostly in machinery.
Popular Attractions in Kharkiv:
  • Explore the universities
  • Zoo
  • Blagoveshensky Cathedral
  • Kid's Rail Road
Lviv is a city in western Ukraine. It is situated on the Poltva river about 70 km from the border with Poland. Lviv is regarded as one of the main cultural centers of today's Ukraine. The historic city center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This city is very popular among Ukrainians from other cities who often come here for the weekend. Recently Lviv turned to the restaurant capital of the country, due to a network of unusual restaurants '!FEST'.
Popular Attractions in Lviv:
  • Apteka Museum - the oldest pharmacy in Lviv dating back to 1735
  • Museum of the History of Religion - chronicling both the history of Jewish and Christian religions
  • Rynok Square - where you can climb a tower to get a view of the Old Town
Odesa's architecture has been strongly influenced by French and Italian styles and visitors can be forgiven for feeling that the town looks a bit odd in the midst of Ukraine. Coupled with the architecture are warm beaches, great weather and well shaded streets and squares. Odesa enjoys a thriving economy and is a centre for industry, science and culture. It has unlimited opportunities for the average tourist and is a great place to spend a holiday. Also it's the birthplace of many famous Ukrainian immigrants and the capital of humor. Here is a special atmosphere, special people and special attitude to everything, you need to feel it. In early April Odesa helds the festival of humor.
Popular Attractions in Odesa:
  • Visiting the beaches, like Arcadia and Malibu (it is a popular summer vacation destination)
  • Walking along Primorvskiy Boulevard
  • Museum of Western and Eastern Art
The fifth place of the most beautiful cities is taken by Kamenetz-Podolsk. Kamyanets-Podilsky, one of the oldest cities in Ukraine, is considered a phenomenon of great cultural importance. A rocky island skirted by the tight loop of the Smotrich River flowing in a picturesque canyon, served as a unique pedestal on which over more than a thousand years both well-known and anonymous masters created a miracle in stone. From all corners of the world tourists come to see the famous Kamenetz-Podolsk fortress. This fortress has been perfectly preserved to this day, and it amazes everyone with its monumentality and grandeur. Thanks to this fortress the city is called 'open air museum'.
Popular Attractions in Kamenetz-Podolsk:
  • Kamenetz-Podolsk fortress
  • Tower В«RozhankaВ»
  • Oleksandro-Nevskyi cathedral
  • Turkish Bastion
  • Ruski gates
Chernivtsi is a city located in the south-west of Ukraine, 40 km north of the Romanian border. Throughout the centuries, Chernivtsi was formed as a city with a unique variegated architecture, rich cultural heritage and a tolerant atmosphere. Tours of the old town of the Austrian period provide an opportunity to get acquainted with the architectural ensemble of the 19th - early 20th centuries. In total, in the historical part of the capital of Bukovina, there are more than 600 monuments of architecture, 25 of which are of national importance. The architectural jewel of Chernivtsi is the ensemble of the former Residence of Metropolitans of Bukovina and Dalmatia, which was included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Popular attractions in Chernivtsi:
  • St. Nikolas Church
  • Armenian Church
  • Cathedral of The Holy Spirit
  • Museum of Folk Architecture
  • Residence of Metropolitans
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