Despite being relatively young, Bukovel is known as one of the most famous and ultramodern ski resort in Ukraine. This recreational haven owes its enormous popularity among both Ukrainian and foreign lovers of outdoor activities to its climate, endle

Lviv is the most unusual city in Ukraine, and its most colorful. It is one the country’s of most popular tourist destinations. Only Kyiv can compete with its beauty, grandness and number of amazing landmarks. Different eras, architectures, traditions

Ternopil is one of the largest cities of western Ukraine, located in its heart and having the status of an important trade center. It is a quiet, incredibly green city with a unique atmosphere, bright history and a plethora of interesting natural, hi

This small town rests in a picturesque river valley in the foothills of the East Carpathian Mountains. The valley contains perhaps the best-known health resorts in Ukraine and one of the oldest in Europe. Truskavets relies on its curative mineral wat

Kremenets is one of Ukraine’s most ancient cities. It lies in a picturesque location, among the wooded slopes of the Kremenets Mountains. These mountains, rich in silicon (in Ukrainian, ‘kremeniy’) give the city its name. Kremenets’ history is close

The heart of Volyn is Lutsk, one of the most ancient, mysterious and charming cities in Ukraine. It is well known for its rich history, which determined the city’s appearance. Today, Lutsk manages to harmoniously combine the monumentality of Soviet a

Picturesque and cozy Rivne, one of the most ancient cities in Ukraine, could easily have been in the running for the title of the country’s most attractive place. But cruel history had other plans: the majority of is ancient buildings, which comprise

To most tourists, Ivano-Frankivsk is the gateway to the Ukrainian Carpathians. So it is often considered to be just a transit point on the way to one of the numerous health and ski resorts of Zakarpattia. But this charming city, with its parks, lush

Ancient Uzhgorod is often called the “window to Europe.” It is little wonder, as it is situated in the heart of Zakarpattia – at the bottom of the majestic Carpathian Mountains and close to the border with Slovakia. Its unique location and multicultu
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