is situated in the south-eastern part of Central Europe
and borders Russia, Moldova, Hungary and Poland
. Although it has the Crimean and Carpathian
mountains, the Ukraine is made up mostly of treeless plains or ”steppe”
. Tourist to the many cities in Ukraine will find great accommodations, lodging, condo rentals, vacation rentals and apartment rentals. With a moderate climate in the summer and a mild winter the country is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering many activities such as hiking, walking, cycling, skiing, and snowshoeing. Camping accommodation can also be found for the more intrepid tourists. With numerous national parks and wildlife preserves the Ukraine offers something for everyone. The country boasts a number of modern bustling cities, Odessa, Kharkov, Kiev, Sevastopol
are some of the better known and all offer a great variety of sites and activities for visitors.
in the north east of Ukraine is a popular tourist destination, sporting great accommodations, vacation rentals and apartment rentals. The second largest city in the country it was founded in sixteen fifty-four and offers a culture rich in history and charm. Freedom Square
is a prominent landmark and worth the time to visit. Many visitors to the city find their way to Shevchenko Park
, a popular gathering place for locals who stroll down one of the many tree-lined pathways or sit and enjoy the tranquil nature of the park. The park also boasts a dolphinarium, a children’s play area and a restaurant, where you can enjoy many of the local dishes, or just sit back and enjoy a coffee.
Visitors to the city leave their vacation rental, condo rental, or apartment rental and head out to enjoy Maxim Gorky Park
with is landscaped gardens, pathways and amusement park. The town of Inkerman
is home to the Inkerman Cave Monastery of St Clement
dating back to the eighth century. A visit to the Navel Museum Complex Balaklava
in the town of Sevastopol
is a must for students of the Cold War. Built to house soviet era submarines, visitors can explore an underground portion of the base, many of the buildings and the base’s arsenal. The complexes museum is dedicated to the Crimean War
The city of Odessa
offers visitors a great shopping experience at the Seventh Kilometer Market
, known locally as the Tolchok
. Located approximately seven km from the city it is thought to be the largest informal market in Europe. Covering an area of one hundred and seventy acres and with an estimated sixteen thousand vendors there is little chance you will leave without purchasing something.
No matter where you go throughout the Ukraine
you will find many attractions and sites to enjoy. Find your accommodation, vacation rental or apartment rental and come visit.