Yalta, spread out on the southern coast of the Crimea, is the most popular city of the peninsula, and it proudly carries the epithet “capital of Crimean resorts.” The unique combination of natural beauty, endless sea, splendid beaches, and abundance

Alushta is one of the largest and best-known Crimean resorts. Because of its close proximity to the mainland, it is often called the gateway to Crimea’s southern coast. Splendid landscapes, picturesque mountains, tender seas, and the curative air are

Located on the southeastern coast of the peninsula, Sudak is one of the coziest and most picturesque cities of the Crimea. It lies on the shore of the beautiful Sudak Bay, surrounded on three sides by wondrous mountains. Sudak is not only a popular B

This cozy resort town on the southeastern coast of the Crimea is extremely popular with tourists. And no wonder: favorable climate, velvet sand beaches, and a warm sea have made Feodosiya an excellent place for summer rest; its therapeutic mud and mi

Kerch is the third biggest city on the Crimean peninsula. It is located on the coast of the Kerch Strait, which connects the Black and Azov Seas. Unfortunately, Kerch is undeservedly neglected by tourists. Yet it is a most unique city - the oldest in

To visit Chernihiv - one of the most ancient and beautiful cities of Ukraine - is just the same as making an exciting journey back through time. This amazing city, which used to be the second capital of Kyivan Rus, is well known today outside the cou

Novhorod-Siversky, nestled on the bank of the Desna River and on the territory of the picturesque Ukrainian Polesye, seems unremarkable at first sight. In reality, this calm town - one of the oldest in Ukraine - keeps numerous artifacts of Old Russia

Situated on three rocky hills and surrounded by ancient forests, Zhytomyr is considered to be the gem of Polesia. This old city with a boisterous history, interesting landmarks and unique landscapes attracts more and more travelers each year. Some of

Strolling through the quite provincial town Berdychiv, it is hard to believe that it used to be a large cultural and economic center. A long time ago, it was called the 'town-fortress' and 'Volyn's Jerusalem.’ Only the majestic, ancient buildings, st
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