If you stay on Maidan Nezalezhnosti – the main city square - you will obviously notice 14-storey Ukraine Hotel in Kiev. It is a kind of a symbol of the city, an eyewitness of all-important moments of its life.
Bakkara art-hotel is a unique place for romantic weekend. The hotel is located on a ship that is at rest on the Dnypro river. Picturesque views on the river, Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra and forest islands open up from the ship desks.
The history of this 5-star hotel starts in 1912. Since then the hotel has been treated as the one of the best class and remains to be among top luxurious hotels of the city located in its central part.
Odessa is a very famous touristic destination in Ukraine. This old and very beautiful city by the Black Sea has interesting history, picturesque views and very special friendly atmosphere. A couple of days here is enough to fall in love with Odessa forever.
This city is famous not only thanks to the Black Sea but also for many palaces, monuments, theaters and its atmosphere of hospitality. There are cozy cafes, luxurious hotels and restaurants and the best beach clubs over here.
This city located in the western part of Ukraine now is called the second capital of the country. Lviv has long and complicated history but it is hardly possibly to over-estimate its influence on cultural and political life of the country. I would like to share my impressions about the city of Lion with you.
While thinking about Ukraine everyone imagines something special. Somebody recalls the last TV news about this country, someone likes its tasty cuisine, and others admire the hospitality of Ukrainians. And all of this is true.
Italian designer Paolo Coia creates unique things that perfectly unite aesthetic and practical functions. His works, including modernized electronic version of traditional Ukrainian instrument – bandura, look like they have just arrived from the future with help of a time machine. In our interview Paolo has told about his sources of inspirations, upcoming projects and experience of visiting and working in Ukraine.
On June 7, 2018 in Cherkassy the Institute of Plants’ Health was solemnly opened. It is the first private research institute in Ukraine, into creation of which Ukravit group of companies invested $ 7 million. And the initiator of such a large-scale return of Ukrainians into science is the owner of Ukravit - Vitaly Ilchenko.