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.

Kiev Opera

Kiev Opera and Ballet theater (Kiev Opera)  is an architectural monument of 19th century. In 1898 - after the fire of 1896, they've started construction of a new building on project of the Russian architect Viktor Schröter. Nearby the Opera theather you may also find such attractions as St. Sophia's Cathedral and Golden Gate. The performances are being held during all the season from September till the and of June annually.

Carpathians, tour with guide

Carpathians are a mountain range system forming an arc roughly 1,500 km long across Central and Eastern Europe, making them the second-longest mountain range in Europe (after the Scandinavian Mountains, 1,700 km).

Puzata Hata restaurant

   How can you say to your friends that you have been in Kiev if you don`t try Puzata Hata's famous dishes from national ukrainian cuisine which are absolutely delicious! So forget about your diet and shape of your hips because now it is time for Borshch, Vareniki and Kiev kotlet!

The Armenian Cathedral

   The Armenian Cathedral is a monument of architecture of national importance in Lviv, which belongs to the UNESCO world heritage site; the only temple of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Western Ukraine. Complex of the Armenian Cathedral is one of the oldest and most distinctive ensembles in the rich architectural heritage of the city.

The catacombs of Odessa

Among the sightseeing’s of Ukraine there are some of those that are not located on a surface of the earth, but deep under it.  A special place in this row is occupied by the Odessa catacombs, which uniqueness is difficult to overestimate. This is the longest labyrinth in the world, which territory is more than 2500 km. Catacombs are not just the largest tourist attraction and visiting card of Odessa, but also a unique historical, geological and paleontological monument, that will be interesting to visit for everyone.

Trukhaniv Island. Where to rest in Kiev.

Where to go to rest in Kiev for all day long? Trukhaniv island is one of the best places for leasure, active sports and just for a great time spending. Trukhaniv Island is an island located on the Dnipro River opposite the historic Podil neighbourhood of the city of Kiev. Great beaches and a huge park surrounded by water - what can be better than that in summer?

Strategic Missile Forces Museum Ukraine

The Museum of Strategic Missile Forces in Pobuzke is unique and has no analogues in the world. The museum of the Strategic Missile Forces is not a typical museum with boring halls, in which there are dusty exhibits. Read more to get to know the feature of the museum.

Lviv sightseeing. Market Square

   Market Sqaure is the heart of the ancient Lviv, located in the center of the city.

   Historical center of Lviv and Market Square belongs to the UNESCO world heritage.

   There is a City Hall located right in the centre on the square. There is a number of famous religious buildings and popular coffee shops and restaurants with lots of summer terraces which are worth to visit. 

St. Andrew Descent

St.Andrew’s Descent (or Andriyivsky Uzviz) is such a unique place in Kiev. St. Andrew descent is the Montmartre of Kiev, cultural and art place. There is a market street of arts, crafts and souvenirs where many artists display their works on the street sides. Historically, the Andrew’s Descent connected the governmental part of the Upper City with the Podil, the commercial downtown  of merchants. Now it is the Kievites' favorite place for outdoor fairs, festivals and concerts. Travellers come here to visit art-galleries, shops and studios. Here you will see a great selection of various souvenirs, antiques and paintings.

Babiy Yar. Kyiv

Disputes around this tract in Ukraine do not cease today.

The existing legend of the Babiy Yar is full of contradictions, inconsistencies, and someone believes in it unconditionally. One thing is clear: this is a terrible, mournful monument that came to the contemporaries from the war of 1941-1945.

Odessa Opera House

Theatrical life in Odessa has its history from the first days of the city's existence. The opera and ballet theater can rightly be called an elder among a number of urban cultural institutions.