There are so many reasons to visit Kiev, from amazing architecture to interesting history and vibrant atmosphere and each of them is already a good excuse to plan the trip to the capital of Ukraine. Kiev or Kyiv is the capital and most populous city of Ukraine, located in the north-central part of the country on the Dnieper. The population in July 2015 was 2,887,974 making Kiev the 7th most populous city in Europe. Kiev is an important industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe
Lviv is a city in western Ukraine, around 70 kilometers from the border with Poland. Traces of its Polish and Austro-Hungarian heritage are evident in its architecture, which blends Central and Eastern European styles with those of Italy and Germany. In High Castle Park, the mountaintop ruins of a 14th-century castle provide panoramic views of the city’s green-domed churches and the surrounding hills.
Odessa is a port city on the Black Sea in southern Ukraine. The City is known for its beaches and 19th-century architecture, including the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater. The monumental Potemkin Stairs, immortalized in "The Battleship Potemkin," lead down to the waterfront with its Vorontsov Lighthouse. Running parallel to the water, the grand Primorsky Boulevard is a popular promenade lined with mansions and monuments.
Rakhiv, or more precisely, the village Dilove located close to it, is one of several European locations vying for the symbolic right to be Geographical centre of Europe. The sign in Dilove, the point calculated in 1887 by the Austro-Hungarian geographers, carries a Latin inscription: "Locus Perennis Dilicentissime cum libella librationis quae est in Austria et Hungaria confectacum mensura gradum meridionalium et paralleloumierum Europeum. MD CCC LXXXVII." The Drahobrat can be accessed by 4x4 tours to the Geographical Centre of Europe. There was Thomas Garrigue Masaryk in his stay to study a situation on the Romanian front during World War I in Hotel "Ukraina" on the winter 1917 - 1918, which remind the memorial desk there. The Headquarters of Carpathian Biosphere Reserve are located in Rakhiv. With an elevation of 430 meters above sea level, Rakhiv is Ukraine's highest city.
Zaporizhia is a city on the Dnieper River in southeastern Ukraine. It's home to Khortytsia Island, a former Cossack stronghold with the Khortytsia National Reserve and the open-air Museum of Zaporizhian Cossacks. Riverside Dubovy Gai park has children’s rides and a lake. Nearby, the Regional Lore Museum explores Cossack, Scythian and medieval history. Discover the Boguslayev Museum of Technology has jet engines and motorbikes.
The city of Kymelnytski received its current local government designation in 1941. Khmelnytskyi, until 1954 Proskuriv, is a city in the western part of Ukraine, the administrative centre for the Khmelnytskyi Oblast and the Khmelnytskyi Raion. Khmelnytskyi is located in the historic region of Podolia on the banks of the Buh River.
Poltava is a city is highlighted with gardens and flowers, situated in central Ukraine. The landscaped Korpusny Sad square, or Round Square, is home to the Monument of Glory commemorating the 1709 Battle of Poltava. The Poltava Art Museum offers regional art and a children's gallery. The Museum of Local Lore displays folk art and Cossack relics. The Botanical Garden has an arboretum and a flower museum. To the northeast is the Holy Cross Convent, founded in 1650.