Since mid-November 2014, Mezhyhirya has been a beautiful park complex with a museum that displays the luxury of its former owner, former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovich, who abandoned the estate during the 2014 Ukrainian revolution.
Famous natural wonder in Ukraine – the Tunnel of Love - is a beautiful and romantic spot in Klevan town, located in Rivne region. It is said that if lovers come here and sincerely make a wish, it comes true.
This wide and long street in Kiev is located in Shevchenkivsky district and connects old historic part of Kiev with capital’s business center. Take a walk in Volodymyrska street in Kiev and you will feel like travelling between different centuries.
This old street in Kiev is located in Shevchenkivsky district and goes up from Khreshchatyk street down to Honchara street. This is one of the central and busiest streets in Kiev, so you will find lots of places while walking on Bohdana Khmelnytskoho street.
Photo: XII Months Zoo Official Facebook page Thinking about what to do on the weekend? Not sure how to entertain kids? Want to comfortably spend the day outdoors? The new zoo near Kiev will answer all these questions.
This old street of the city is located in Shevchenkivsky district and goes from Mykhailivska to Lvivska square. You can find some interesting side streets and buildings while walking along Velyka Zhytomyrska street.
Kiev is not the only place to explore culture and arts in Ukraine. With plenty of big and small museums dedicated to arts, interesting specialties and themes Odessa claims itself to be a curious destination in Ukraine for arts, culture and entertainment. Take a look at the top 3 museums in Odessa!
Usually it’s hard to get lot of pleasure from going to the most popular and easy-to-find beaches. For those who love to spend more time alone and further away from the city noise, there are plenty of yet unknown beaches in Ukraine to visit.
Photo: apistravel.com.ua Vilkovo is usually called ‘Ukrainian Venice’. This unique town is the gem of the lower Danube River - is located on the border of Ukraine and Romania at the picturesque confluence of the Danube and the Black Sea.
Photo: Shutterstock.com Odessa is the city that attracts with its charming fame. Indeed, apart from its amazing location, it has a unique vibe. If you are desperately looking for it, don’t hesitate to visit the two famous markets in Odessa and you’ll feel this special atmosphere!
‘Bugski Guard’ National Park lies in the picturesque valley of Southern Bug River in the Mykolaiv region. It was created in 2009 in order to preserve the unique nature and historic-cultural landmarks of southern Ukraine. Soon after it was built, the park gained the status of one of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine.
Lviv’s medieval urban topography was preserved virtually intact along with many fine Baroque and later buildings until nowadays. This unique ensemble puts Lviv’s historic center into the UNESCO World Heritage List.
There are plenty of beautiful and interesting buildings in Kiev, which, unfortunately can be observed only from outside. To get inside the House with Chimaeras you need to book your visit many months in advance, always providing passport data. Now you have an opportunity to take a glance at the interior and discover the secrets of the House with Chimaeras in Kiev.
Ukraine has a large territory and is located in many climate zones. This fact makes it an interesting place for ‘green’ tourism. Take a look at the top 3 Ukraine’s natural wonders and you will get the desire to hit the road immediately!
We met with Olga Businello in Kyiv after her long day of flights, but, nevertheless, her eyes were shining and her smile sincerely welcomed me. It was her first visit to Ukraine. This strong and at the same time tender woman is the Manager of a huge Valpolicella wine consortium, that includes more than 2000 wineries and production companies famous all over the world with its Amarone wine. She was the first lady in Italy and in Europe who got that high position. Daily challenges made her the highly professional manager of a serious business. And today this wonderful woman discovers Ukraine.
The agrarian sector has been the locomotive of economic growth in Ukraine in recent years. Agriculture generates about 12% of the country's GDP, providing jobs for millions of Ukrainians. Let's see what experts have to say about the current rates and agrarian sector future.