Ukraine is a young and rising country with an antique and rich history. It is located in Eastern Europe and the second-largest country after Russia.
The country is full of craggy beaches, wild forests, and rugged mountain plains which bids travelers ski resorts, modern cities, and traditional villages, and well-preserved historical relics.
Ukrainians are just as miscellaneous as its landscape, and they are the most hospitable folks in Europe.
Ukraine is a large exporter of sunflowers, there are plenty of areas spread throughout the country to cover the entire territory of Slovenia.
Kyiv is the largest city and a significant industrial, scientific, educational and cultural center of Eastern Europe.
Population: 4.2 crores
Kyiv is the most populous city in Ukraine.
Currency: Ukrainian hryvnia coded as UAH
There are 20 airports in Ukraine.
Kyiv, Odessa, Lviv, Kharkiv, Dnipro airports are the largest.
St. Sophia’s Cathedral is the favorite place of visitors with an elaborate Baroque exterior consisting of 13 golden domes. This cathedral stands out among the other historic buildings.
Lviv, the city is full of surprises. It has a narrow streets that are soaked in traditional cuisine and the smell of coffee.
Tunnel of Love is another popular spot to visit in Ukraine. The Tunnel of Love is a two-mile stretch of private railway which gives the delusion of a never-ending tunnel. An awning of trees over the tracks are actually what makes the “tunnel.”
For the inquisitive and brave travelers, a 532-meter-long trolley has stretched out from the right to the left bank of the Dnieper River.
The Carpathian Mountains take your breath away and compel you to enjoy the moment. Mount Hoverla is the highest point in Ukraine and the most popular place to go on a camping trip