Ukraine Tour 6 Nights & 7 Days

    • Duration

      7 Days

    • Total Destinations


    • Attractions


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    DAY 1
    Arrival – Kyiv

    • Arrive at Kyiv International Airport and our Airport representative will meet & greet you. 
    • Pick – up from Airport and transfer to the hotel.
    • Check-in and rest of day at leisure to explore by your own or take rest.
    • Overnight and the hotel.       

    DAY 2
    City Tour

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Kyiv City Tour: Independence Square, Khreschatyk, Mihailov Sky Cathedral, Kyiv Funicular Cable Car.
    • Dnieper River Yacht Ride.
    • Trukhaniv Island.
    • Back to hotel and overnight stay.            

    DAY 3
    Pechersk Lavra

    • Breakfast in hotel.
    • Transfer to Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra.
    • Pyrohovo Open Air Museum.
    • Transfer back to hotel.
    • Free time to explore the city on your own.
    • Overnight at hotel.               

    DAY 4
    Kyiv Tour

    • Breakfast in Hotel.
    • Museum of World War II and the Motherland Monument.
    • Kyiv Dolphinarium.
    • Transfer back to the hotel.
    • Free time to explore the city on your own.
    • Overnight in hotel. 

    DAY 5
    Kyiv- Odesa

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check out from the Hotel and transfer to Airport for domestic flight to Odessa.
    • Arrive at the airport and our airport representative will meet and greet you.
    • Pick up from the airport and transfer to hotel.
    • Check-in at the hotel and overnight stay.               

    DAY 6

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre.
    • Potemkin Stairs and Primorsky Boulevard.
    • Deribasivska Street.
    • Transfer back to hotel.
    • Overnight in hotel.       

    DAY 7

    • Breakfast at the hotel.
    • Check-out and get transferred to international airport for your flight back to home.   

    Top Attractions of Ukraine Tour 6 Nights & 7 Days Tour

    Khreschatyk Street

    The street has a length of 1.2 km (0.81 mi). It stretches from the European Square (northeast) through the Maidan and to Bessarabska Square (southwest) where the Besarabsky Market is located. Along the street are the offices of the Kiev City Council which contains both the citys council and the state administration the Main Post Office the Ministry of Agrarian Policy the State Committee of Television and Radio Broadcasting the Central Department Store (TsUM) the Ukrainian House and others.The entire street was completely destroyed during World War II by the retreating Red Army troops and rebuilt in the neo-classical style of post-war Stalinist architecture. Among prominent buildings that did not survive were the Kiev City Duma the Kiev Stock Exchange Hotel Natsional and the Ginzburg House. The street has been significantly renovated during the modern period of Ukraines independence. Today the street is still significant to administrative and business city organizations as well as a popular tourist attraction.

    Independence Square

    Maidan Nezalezhnosti literally Independence Square is the central square of Kyiv the capital city of Ukraine. One of the citys main squares it is located on Khreshchatyk Street in the Shevchenko Raion. The square has been known under many different names but often it is called simply Maidan (square). In the 19th century the square contained buildings of the city council and noble assembly.Since the start of Ukraines independence movement in 1990 the square has been the traditional place for political rallies including four large-scale radical protest campaigns the 1990 student Revolution on Granite the 2001 Ukraine without Kuchma the 2004 Orange Revolution and the 201314 Euromaidan. Maidan is also a regular site for non-political displays and events however since 2014 most of them were moved to Sofiyivska Square or elsewhere because making entertainment on a place where people were killed during Euromaidan was considered inappropriate. Most notably Christmas Fairs and New Year celebrations were moved to Sofiyivska Square.

    National Opera of Ukraine

    The Odessa National Academic Theatre of Opera and Ballet is the oldest theatre in Odessa Ukraine. The Theatre and the Potemkin Stairs are the most famous edifices in Odessa. In the first decade of the 20th century the Kyiv Opera Theatre attracted the most outstanding Ukrainian and Russian singers including O. Petlyash P. Tsecevich K. Voronets M. Medvedev K. Brun O. Mosin and O. Kamionsky and famous opera stars from the West often came on tours. Several unusual for the time performances took place on the stage Die Walkure by Wagner Sadko by Rimsky-Korsakov and Mefistofele by Arrigo Boito.As Kyiv began to grow and with the conclusion of World War I the Kyiv Opera occupied a special place in the USSR and the world. The Kyiv Opera Theatre was considered to be one of the most prestigious in Ukraine and Russia. Kurt Adler was First Conductor from 1933-1935.

    Motherland Monument

    The Motherland Monument is a monumental statue in Kyiv the capital of Ukraine. The sculpture is a part of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War.

    Primorsky Boulevard

    Situated within the Primorsky district in Odessa Appartments near Primorsky boulevard A12 has air conditioning a balcony and garden views. It is set 2.3 km from Lanzheron Beach and features free WiFi plus an ATM. The apartment has 2 bedrooms a flat-screen TV with cable channels an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave a washing machine and 1 bathroom with a s

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