Travel highlights Ukraine
St Sophia's Cathedral
Our cathedral's beautiful interior is unbelievable. It is Kyiv's oldest standing church. Much of the interior is orginal and dates back to the 11th century.
With its golden domes and stunning architecture, Kyiv is a perfect getaway to grand Eastern Europe. It also houses the famous monasteries of St Sophia and Pecherska Lavra.
Odessa is a perfect town for the perfect get-away. It has the most stunning sandy beaches, but the city itself is very pretty as well. It has a stunning Opera House, second biggest in the world after La Scala in Milan, which will take your breath away
This fortress is built of wood. Part of it, was built in the 10th to 13th centuries. it is truly breathtaking. It is filled with museums and cafes, and in the summer concerts frequently take place in its vast courtyard.
Tunnel of Love
This tunnel is a nearly two-mile stretch of private railway and was turned by the surrounding trees into an enchanting natural tunnel.The romantic setting got it its nickname the “Tunnel of Love.” It’s also called the Green Mile Tunnel, for the bright leafy branches that arch over the railway.
Set within the Carpathian foothills on the River Prut, Chernivtsi is simply fantastic. It houses a collection of theatres, museums and architectural grandeur leading back to the days of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
On 26 April 1986 the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in northern Ukraine became the site of the worst ever nuclear accident.
Transforming Chernobyl is a long-term challenge.
To date, some €2 billion has been received for EBRD-managed Chernobyl projects from 45 donors to transform Chernobyl into an environmentally safe and secure site.
Now featured in a major series - HBO's "Chernobyl" became an instant hit on IMDb.