Odesa region is famous for its picturesque estuaries that extend along the entire Black Sea coast. There are 7 large estuaries in the region, which are in close proximity to Odesa city, and a few small ones, scattered not far from the sea coast.

Tarakanivsky Fort, also known as New Dubno Fortress, is located in Rivne Region. Now it stands in ruins, but even in such a sad condition the fortress gathers numerous tourists. Many legends and mystical stories are associated with this place in Western Ukraine.

Feofania park was built in 1912. It occupies the picturesque area at the southern edge of Kyiv, near the Cathedral of St. Panteleymon.  Since 2003 the park has undergone some major renovation and remodeling. Despite its remote location, Feofania somehow became one of the favorite destinations for picnics and weekend trips for Kyiv dwellers.

Western Ukraine is travel mecca for numerous visitors who come to Ukraine. Due to its geographical location, rich history and multicultural background, this area can offer many interesting options even for the most spoiled and curious travelers.

When it comes to choosing the perfect place for a camping trip, there is no shortage of beautiful and adventurous camp locations to choose from in Ukraine. Studies have shown that people who spend time in nature cope better with stress, feel happier and have more self-esteem. Are you ready to finally stop hibernating and reconnect with nature?

Are you planning summer holidays in Ukraine? There are numerous worthy destinations to visit and exciting activities to do in hot summer days. We offer you just a little part of the great variety of interesting options for the holidays. These picturesque places of Ukraine are definitely worth seeing.

When talking about Odesa attractions, what mostly comes to mind is its beaches, aqua parks and other water-related attractions. However, Odesa can also offer many other locations for active leisure with friends and family. The newest addition to the list of such places is New Vasyuky entertainment park.

Dniester Canyon is stretching along three regions of Western Ukraine. Dniester is often referred to as one of the most beautiful European rivers and is rightly called one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Ukraine. The Dniester Canyon impresses not only with its immensity, but also with breathtaking natural vistas: fantastic landscapes, rocky cliffs, overgrown with deciduous forests, numerous caves and grottoes, peculiar islands and waterfalls.

Summer has arrived to the city of Kyiv. With mighty Dnipro river, sun, sand and sumptuous dining by day and live music and an energetic atmosphere by night — Kyiv’s beach clubs have earned a good reputation with locals and tourists alike. Here are some of the best in the city.

Lviv offers what seems like an endless list of options for spending time in a fun and exciting way. This city has a well established reputation as Ukraine’s festival & gastronomical capital (no offenses, Kyiv). Lviv also boasts a superb geographical position which in turn provides many beautiful places for rest outside the busy city margins. «Detinations» rounds up some of the best country resorts around Lviv to enjoy this summer.

This city is famous not only for its glorious history filled with breathtaking legends, but also for its natural beauty and a myriad of picturesque beaches, which attract both natives and tourists. This popular resort city is called Odessa and we propose you to find out the new beaches 2017. This beautiful and romantic city (situated on the south coast of Ukraine) can really be called a pearl of the Black Sea.

Kyiv city council intends to turn Poshtova Square into an ultimate summer festival location. The summer fair is called «Blues on Dnipro River» and will offer a diverse program of events and entertainments until September 30th, 2017.

The capital of Ukraine can hardly be named the city of fountains, however Kyiv still can boast some beautiful water pouring pieces of architecture. Recently the city has obtained new modern fountains in its downtown and so far locals and Kyiv’s guests love them.

There are simply some places, some kinds of adventures, that make us want to fall in love. And even more so when traveling with someone who’s precious to your heart. Discover the best romantic places to visit in Ukraine with the arrival of the summer season.

One of the most influential TV channels in the world named 11 best places to visit in Ukraine. On its official web page CNN described Ukraine as home to a host of beautiful places with a great range of tourist activities. And while some regions are advised as off-limits due to separatist clashes, most of this vast country is open for business.

Ukraine can boast a wide variety of camping sites scattered all over its territory: in its thick pine forests, golden sandy beaches or at its crystal-clear mountain lakes. Such places are especially popular in summertime when a lot of Ukrainian families go on a journey across Ukraine. There are several camping sites located near Kyiv, where locals and tourists will be able to enjoy beautiful nature, swim, sunbathe, breathe fresh air, and rest from the city bustle.

A unique forest with mighty ancient oaks that date back to the 16th century has been recently discovered near Kyiv. Scientists say that forests of this age have been known to be located only in Polissya area and Carpathian Mountains so far. The discovery of the Cossack Oak Forest (the name which was given to the area) was a real surprise.

Odessa Aquaparks


Odessa has become the Mecca for tourists from all over the world, thanks to its beautiful nature, and numerous golden beaches located along the Black Sea coast. However, these are not the only tourist attractions that make this place so popular. Several amazing aquaparks can also be added to numerous treasures of this resort city.

Ukraine is a beautiful country that boasts a supreme geographical position, rich culture and authentic interesting traditions. The country can offer numerous places to visit for the most experienced travelers. There are ski resorts in the West and sandy beaches in the South, modern cities and traditional villages, well preserved historical relics and nature landmarks all over this vast country.

Back in the days cathedrals, churches and other kinds of sacral architecture determined the face and soul of the city. Lviv, being a multicultural city with over 700-year history, boasts a great number of religious buildings which are considered the masterpieces of the architectural craft. Sadly, during long and gruesome years of Soviet oppression many of the churches and cathedrals have been intentionally destroyed or suffered greatly. These days Lviv tries its best at restoration numerous temples to their former glory.

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