Zolochiv castle

    Zolochiv Castle - castle, historical and cultural monument of national importance. It is located in Zolochiv town, in the Lviv region. Zolochiv castle is an old castle which over its history has been a royal residence, a prison, and an educational establishment. Zolochiv Castle is a masterpiece of defensive architecture. The history of the Zolochiv Castle is very interesting and rich in historical and romantic adventures. 

Mother-in-law bridge

Walking along "The mother-in-law bridge" you can better feel the Odessa. The jokes associated with his history and folk tales are reminiscent of the character of the city, the architectural landscapes opening from the bridge and the views on the old beautiful buildings - a living illustration of the history of Odessa, shimmering under the rays of the sun, the sea tells the fate of the city - the largest seaport, and the Vorontsov Palace reminds about famous people.

St.Michael's Golden Domed Cathedral

St.Michael's Cathedral (Golden Domed St. Michael Monastery). The Cathedral was found in 1108, blown up in 1937 on soviet regime command, and later on restored in 1998. Before the destruction of the Cathedral Scientists removed from the walls treasured mosaics and frescoes made by famous masters of Kievan Rus.

Hoverla is the highest mountain and the highest point in Ukraine, its height is 2061 meters. Hoverla is a popular destination for tourists, thousands of people every year climbing the mountain.

Pervak restaurant

  Pervak has succeeded in creating the perfect restaurant for tourists and locals alike, yet has not sacrificed its Ukrainian identity. If you want to surprise guests from abroad who have come to Kiev, Pervak is exactly where you definitely need to visit. Impressions will remain the most pleasant for both you and your guests.

Kryivka restaurant in Lviv

One of the most visited restaurants in Europe. This restaurant can be called the first thematic or author's restaurant of Lviv. Kryivka is a scandalously famous restaurant that has long been listed as a must-see place in Lviv.

The Chapel of the Boim family

   The chapel of Boim family is a famous landmark of the late Renaissance, which has no analogues not only in Ukraine but in European architecture. The chapel of Boim family is unique for Lviv and Ukraine, the family tomb of the patricians of the Boim family from Hungary. One unique feature of chapel is that it has an exclusive sculpture of Jesus Christ.

Odessa Art Museum

The Art Museum was built in 1899 and now it’s one of the best art museums which stores full collections of works by some of the most famous Ukrainian and Russian artists.  It occupies the Potocki Palace, itself a monument of early 19th century architecture. It’s located in a city center. The museum now houses more than 100 thousand exhibits, including paintings by some of the best-known European artists. 

Arch of the Friendship of Nations

The sculpture composition "Arch of the Friendship of Nations" is located in the center of Kiev. Sculpture appeared in 1982, its opening was timed to celebrate the 1500th anniversary of Kiev. The monument is installed in the Khreshchaty Park, which was formerly called Kupechesky Garden.

Deribasovskaya street

    Deribasovskaya street - one of the central streets of the city of Odessa, one of the most important monuments of the city. Find out why Deribasovskaya is rightly considered the heart of southern Palmyra.

Outstanding architectural monument of Kievan Rus

St. Sophia cathedral is dedfinately a TOP must see attraction in Kiev. It's an architectural and historical masterpiece. Kiev Sophia cathedral is a UNESCO heritage sight which originally preserved since 11th century.

The church impresses with its frescoes and mosaics made back in 1020's. The guide will introduce you to the Kiev Rus times, culture and connections with the middle age Western Europe world and interesting facts.

The Chornobyl Museum

The museum become a place of thinking about the past and future of humanity, a place of memory, a temple of hope and salvation. There come hundreds of thousands of people of different ages, nationalities, and religions in order to remember the victims of Chernobyl and to ensure in the unity of efforts of the entire international community.