Andriyivsky Descent (Uzviz) is a popular touristic place in Kiev. It has a long history, beautiful architecture and spectacular views. Why is it so special though? Because there are lots of things to see, visit and do in just one street.
Ukrainian capital is widely known for its breathtaking views and charming churches. However, there is lot more to see in Kiev except for the famous sites that included in each basic city tour. Take a look at the following attractions that are located in the city center and on view, but are rarely talked about.
If you are going to visit Ukraine, most probably you will start with Kiev. You obviously can get a lot of information through TV and newspapers but it makes sense to emphasize that this city is very modern, interesting and safe if you follow certain simple rules. What are the most important things to do in Kiev while your first visit?
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.
On May 15, the National Opera of Ukraine in Kyiv celebrates the grand anniversary of the 150th season since its opening way back in 1901. The big date is marked with timeless performance — The Swan Lake by Tchaikovsky. Destinations have talked with the Honored Artist of Ukraine and Prima ballerina Nataliia Matsak who will soon grace the stage as Odette.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations expects the world population to reach 10 billion people by 2050, which will boost demand for food. Can Ukraine leap at the chance and become a key player in the food market? What windows of opportunity are open today? Vladyslava Rutytska, a member of National Reform Council, vicepresident of SigmaBleyzer and AgroGeneration, has shared her views on these and other topical agribusiness issues with us.