Tour: Ukraine - Great Country

The 15-day tour "Ukraine-Great Country" is an opportunity to explore Ukraine from East to West and North to South. In two weeks, you will feel a whole range of emotions, from captivation and pleasure to wonder and shock.

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Route of trip: Kyiv (city tour) - Kaniv city (T. Shevchenko museum) - Chyhyryn city - Zaporozhye city (Khortytsya island) - Melitopol city (Mirne village, Vyshnevetsky castle) - Kherson city – Lviv city – Chernivtsi city.

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1A 15-day tour will provide you with many impressions: scenic landscapes, historical monuments, local theaters, delicious Ukrainian cuisine, unusual traditions and ceremonies - all this will not leave you indifferent.
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The cost of the trip includes:

  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner (delicious Ukrainian cuisine).
  • Transfer to Ukraine.
  • Accommodation.
  • Entrance tickets to theaters and museums, visiting famous historic sites.
  • Tour guide-historian (translator).
  • Team Leader.

The cost of the trip does NOT include:

  • Flight (tickets, tickets for buses).
  • Visa.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Supplements (snacks).
  • Souvenirs.

 What to pack?

  • Comfortable clothes in accordance with the weather.
  • Warm things, as well as something in the case of rain.
  • Variable pair of shoes.
  • Comfortable footwear for hiking in the mountains.
  • Bathing suit, sunglasses, several towels, and beach slippers.

Tour: Ukraine - Great Country

The 15-day tour "Ukraine-Great Country" is an opportunity to explore Ukraine from East to West and North to South. In two weeks, you will feel a whole range of emotions, from captivation and pleasure to wonder and shock.

The tour starts from the very heart of Ukraine - the majestic city of Kyiv, where political vicissitudes, bitter struggle, and the present economic life of the country are raging. You will be able to see Sofievsky Cathedral, the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra, the Golden Gate, Andriivsky Uzviz, Khreshchatyk, and the Dnipro embankment. In addition, you will be able to take on the role of the registered Cossack, the Ataman, or the Hetman while visiting the island of Khortitsa. It was there that the largest Zaporizhzhya Sich was founded, where the Cossacks met, where a folk Chamber took place, and schools of djur functioned.

In Kaniv, located in the Cherkasy region, you will visit the Museum of Ukrainian folk mastermind, Taras Shevchenko. In the village Mirne, near Melitopol, you will return to the origins of Ukrainian history. Rock temples are the oldest Ukrainian temples created by nature. However, the ancient Ukrainians associated this creation with supernatural divinities. Chigirin is the center of Cossack life. Here, a national liberation war broke out. And in the sunny Kherson, you can climb on the sandy beaches and swim in the Black Sea.

Then the trip will be transferred to the west - to Lviv and Chernivtsi. Lviv is the center of Galician culture. Ivan Franko was born and worked there. Here, Ukrainian literature developed. The largest number of coffee shops and chocolate shops is concentrated here. In Lviv, you will have the opportunity to taste fragrant coffee, bittersweet chocolate, visit the Shevchenkivsky promenade, and walk the oldest city street, Market Square.
Bukovina is a separate Ukrainian region with its traditions and customs that have lasted to this day. Here, you will find the Residence of Metropolitan Bukovina and Dalmatia, the Theater Square, the twin brothers, and the Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

This tour is a unique opportunity to plunge into Ukrainian history and to learn more about the culture and life of indigenous Ukrainians.

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Travel program

Day 1: Getting to know Kyiv

Kyiv is the capital of modern Ukraine. At the beginning of your journey, you will see how modern and historically the past, present, and future are combined. Also, during the sightseeing tour of the city, you will have the opportunity to see the most prominent sights of Kyiv.

  • Housing the hotel (booked in advance, 4-star hotel "Dnipro" in the central part of the city).
  • A sightseeing tour of Kyiv accompanied by a guide (historical sights, the main street of the capital, the Dnipro embankment, the Verkhovna Rada etc.).
  • Dinner at a restaurant (delicious Ukrainian cuisine).


Day 2: Historical Kyiv

Kyiv is a complex city. On this day, you will have the opportunity to visit the oldest monastery in Kyiv, a memorial complex with unique exhibits (no equivalents in the whole world), and a concert area in the open air that has stunning views of the city.

  • Breakfast.
  • Visiting Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra - one of the first Kyiv monasteries.
  • Visiting the popular Kyiv Museum of Ukraine's participation in the Second World War.
  • Visiting the Singing Field - a concert venue in the city center, where you will see performances by popular Ukrainian performers, various master classes, meetings etc.
  • Free time.


Day 3: Mysterious Podil

The uniqueness of Podil is that, for a long time, it served as a haven for traders and local craftsmen. Many legends and myths circle around this area (the place where once unclean powers were gathered; legend about the church sliding down the mountain). Some riddles are still not disclosed; for example, it is not known what Borichev's ancestry really looked like, and the old Kyivites say that valuable treasures are hidden on Poshtova Square. During the 3rd day of the expedition, you will immerse yourself in the history of a unique area that extends "along the water, underground, and above the ground," as local residents say.

  • Breakfast.
  • Andreevsky Uzviz - the oldest shopping street in Kyiv that connects Podil with Old Kyiv.
  • Visiting historic Castle Hill (Florivska Hill) - the location of the former Kyiv castle.
  • Volodymyr Hill - a local park on the hill, where a monument to Prince Volodymyr the Great is installed.
  • Dinner.
  • Golden Gate - the main gate of ancient Kyiv.
  • Visiting the Kyiv fortress (defense buildings of Kyiv).
  • Supper.
  • Visit the National Academic Drama Theater named after Ivan Franko.


Day 4: Regional Studies Kyiv

Day 4 of the trip will bring you unforgettable impressions. You will visit an open-air museum, a unique Cossack village, and evening Dnepr.

  • Breakfast.
  • Expedition to the Pirogovo Museum - a unique ethnic complex in the open air.
  • Lunch at the local restaurant of Ukrainian cuisine.
  • Visit Mamaeva Sloboda - Cossack village in the middle of Kyiv.
  • Dinner at a restaurant on the Dnieper.
  • Evening walk on a boat on the Dnieper.



Day 5: Famous Historical Cities of Ukraine

On this day, you will become acquainted with the city where Taras Shevchenko is buried, with the Cossack republic Chigirin, and where Bogdan Khmelnytsky once lived. In addition, you will also arrive at the metallurgical heart of Ukraine - Zaporozhye.

  • Breakfast.
  • Departure by bus from Kyiv.
  • Kaniv (Kaniv Museum of Taras Shevchenko).
  • Lunch in the city of Cherkasy.
  • Chigirin (capital of the Cossack republic).
  • Arrival to the city of Zaporozhye.
  • Accommodation to the hotel.
  • Supper.



Day 6: Journey to Zaporizhzhya

Zaporizhzhya is a picturesque Ukrainian corner. Here, you can see the famous Zaporozhye Bridge, which offers an incredible view of the Dnieper. You will also immerse yourself in the history of Ukraine - from ancient times to the period of the Zaporozhian Sich.

  • Breakfast.
  • Walking the Dnieper (Dnipro thresholds).
  • Visit Fr. Khortytsy.
  • Dinner.
  • Expedition to the village of Mirne (Melitopol), visiting the Stone graves.
  • Supper.



Day 7: Raisins of the South of Ukraine

Warm sun, delicate sea water, Ukrainian Sahara - that's what is waiting for you.

  • Breakfast.
  • Visit Askania-Nova - the largest preserve in Ukraine (Ukrainian Sahara).
  • Dinner.
  • Transfer to Kherson.
  • Dinner at the restaurant.


Day 8: Unique Lviv

Lviv is a city with a soul. Lviv smells of coffee, chocolate, and old dreams. Also, it is unique to Lvivians, who are in no hurry, enjoy life, and always hug.

  • Breakfast.
  • Flight to Lviv.
  • Accommodation at the hotel.
  • Dinner.
  • Sightseeing excursion to major historical places (city architecture).
  • Lviv coffee shops (tour by unique Lviv establishments, culinary tour).
  • Supper.
  • Visiting Lviv National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater. S. Krushelnytska.


Day 9: Following the knight's glory

Khotin and Kamyanets-Podilsky are centers of knight fame. It was here that there were fierce battles, where blood poured through the rivers. And you can feel it all by visiting the walls of these glorious castles.

  • Breakfast.
  • Departure from the hotel.
  • Visit the Khotyn fortress - a defensive building of the XIII century.
  • Dinner.
  • Historical excursion in the city of Kamyanets-Podilsky (visiting local locks).
  • Supper.


Day 10: Chernivtsi city - Chortkiv city - Ternopil city

Western Ukraine is like a separate country. In Chernivtsi, you will hear a local conversation and be impressed by the architecture that is out of this world. And Ternopil landscapes will charm any beauty connoisseur.

  • Breakfast.
  • Departure to the city of Chernivtsi.
  • Sightseeing tour of the regional center of Bukovina - Chernivtsi ("Little Paris").
  • Dinner.
  • Chortkiv city (Chortkiv castle, Town Hall, Dominican Church).
  • Ternopil (Ternopil castle, local parks and lake).
  • Dinner in Ternopil.



Day 11: the city of Vyshnevev - Kremenets city – Bilokrynytsya village

This day will be extremely active. You will see ancient castles and temples, visit the local palace.

  • Breakfast.
  • Visiting the city of Vyshnevev (Vyshnevetsky castle).
  • Dinner.
  • Visiting Kremenets (Kremenets Castle, Botanical Gardens).
  • Trip to Bilokrynytsya (visit to the local palace).
  • Supper.


Day 12: Castles of Volyn: M. Dubno - city Ostrog

Castles - a reminder of the historical glory of Ukraine. In addition, you will visit the most prestigious educational institution in the whole of Europe - the Ostrog Academy.

  • Breakfast.
  • Transfer to Dubno (Dubno castle).
  • Moving to the town of Ostrog.
  • Sightseeing tour of the city.
  • Visit the Ostrog castle, which rises on a 20-meter hill.
  • Dinner.
  • Visiting Ostrog Academy - the oldest and one of the most prestigious higher educational institutions in Ukraine.
  • Supper.



Day 13: Pochayiv Lavra - Olesko city - Lviv

On this day, you will follow the path of the Orthodox saints, visit the most sacred shrine to which tourists from all over the world gather. And the evening will conclude with a pleasant performance in the Lviv theater.

  • Breakfast.
  • Visit the Orthodox shrine - the Pochayev Monastery.
  • Dinner.
  • Moving to Olesko city (Olesky castle).
  • Moving to Lviv.
  • Supper.
  • Walk to Lviv National Academic Drama Theater. M. Zankovetska.


Day 14: Lviv miniatures

A culinary and cultural tour awaits you on this day. You will taste Lviv dumplings and drinks, visit the most mysterious places in Lviv, and hear interesting local legends and retellings.

  • Breakfast.
  • Walking tour of medieval Lviv: Bernardine Church - Royal Arsenal - City Arsenal - Armenian Quarter - Dominican Cathedral.
  • Dinner.
  • Visit the heart of Lviv - Market Square and Lviv City Hall - Bandinelli Palace - Black House - Pharmacy Museum "Under the Black Eagle".
  • Supper.



Day 15: The way back home

Time to pack suitcases, print photos, and collect souvenirs.

  • Breakfast.
  • Departure from the hotel.
  • Airport.



Looking for adventure? Then journey to Ukraine!

Ukraine has a grand and tragic history. A long time ago, brutal conquerors invaded this beautiful and fertile land and enslaved the Ukrainian people. Since the days of Tripoli and Kyivan Rus, Ukraine has fought for its independence. But no captives could take away the main attractions of Ukraine - the broad steppes, the blue sky, the rapid Carpathian Mountains, and the love Ukrainians had for their native land.

You will be able to plunge into the history of this beautiful and invincible country for several days. You will visit the biggest and brightest cities of Ukraine, get acquainted with Ukrainian culture more closely, talk to indigenous Ukrainians, and try some Ukrainian traditions. In addition, no one has turned down the tasting of bacon, borscht, and varenyky.
We will start the journey from Lviv, the center of the Galician academics, where the earthly life is raging, and delicious coffee and bittersweet chocolate are always poured.

We will gradually visit the most famous Ukrainian cities, and we will complete our journey with Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, where Volodymyr the Great and Yaroslav the Wise, who in ancient times dominated the fierce struggle for the patriarchal throne, where the most important political decisions were made, reigned in ancient times. We will celebrate Independence Day there, which is considered to be the most important holiday for millions of Ukrainians.

Who will like this trip?

Those who are interested in Ukraine and its culture

During this trip, you will discover a new image of Ukraine: boundless Ukrainian steppes, wheat fields, and sunflower plantations. You will hear the Ukrainian nocturnal language, which is heard only on TV or in a casual conversation by several passers-by. You will visit Galicia, Hutsulshchyna, Bukovina, Polissya, and Podillya - regions where Ukrainian traditions have remained almost unchanged since the times of Kyivan Rus. Every Ukrainian city lives a separate life. During several days, you will be able to turn into Galician intellectuals, Carpathian Molfars (wizards), and capital businessmen.

Those who have Ukrainian roots and want to learn more about themselves

Ukrainians are sensitive and sentimental people, who are used to trusting their hearts. Perhaps after this trip, you will better understand yourself, open up new horizons of your soul. And our route, most likely, will be the land where your ancestors once traveled. You will be able to take a fresh look at the history of your family.

Those who aspire to travel with their families

Family is an ancient Ukrainian tradition. Nothing is of as much value for Ukrainians as family. Ukrainian women are wonderful housewives and true guardians of their home. Ukrainian men are courageous defenders of their families. And Ukrainian folklore has always glorified family values: fidelity, love, and mutual respect. You will also be able to stay with your loved ones, improve your relationships, and take on the best Ukrainian family traditions and customs.

Those who like to discover new places for themselves

Ukraine is a picturesque country. In addition to ancient castles, fortresses, and temples, heavenly views are discovered by travelers - the southern canyons, waterfalls, arboretums, the mysterious love tunnel, the Ukrainian Dead Sea, and the Vilkovo village, which looks like Venice. If you aspire to new emotions and feelings, then this trip to Ukraine will definitely be the one to bring them to you.

Those who are just claiming the title of traveler

Teens will get to know their peers and compare the peculiarities of the life of different countries. Adolescence is the most interesting period in the life of each child, so it is important for your child to remember every day of this sweet moment.