5 based on 224 reviews
In the museum you will see the anti-nuclear bunker, walk through the waterflood part, visit the wild Catacombs. You can also visit the partisans station, the gangsters stash ,at other Exhibitions.The concept of the general nature of the museum is that - starting from the surface, then, with the deepening of the Catacombs, you sink further and further into the past of the city. Pre-call!
I liked the enthusiasm of the guide. He knows how to communicate with people. The tour was well planned, with tea and cake in the middle of the walk. I was in the Russian group with 20 people although my native language is not Russian. The English tours are more private and expensive and creepy I think, because there are just you and the guide.
5 based on 412 reviews
INSOMNIA is the place where your greatest fears turn into reality, and the instinct of self-preservation turns off common sense. Turning into the heroes of the horror film you need to go through all the rooms and save your life. Thrills, unforgettable emotions and adrenaline are provided to you.
One of the best escape room we have ever been into. We chose shortest game. Just "run" through rooms before "monsters" (really good actors) because we didn't have much time in city and we were not sure if the other version of game were in...MoreThank You, we're looking forward to see You again
5 based on 327 reviews
Visiting of this place was a great experience! Very nice! I strongly recommend to order guided tour around the University - it gives more information. It is difficult to describe feeling of the University during teaching period and outstending architecture of this place.
5 based on 107 reviews
Great, great, great! Unbelievable place! It's pretty hard to go to the top, but it worth it 100%. There is fantastic outlook from the very top of the Hoverla mountain.
5 based on 186 reviews
The best stadium I visited during Euro 2012, with an atmosphere bettered only by Warsaw's National Stadium on the night Poland played Russia.
The Stadium sits in the Donbass valley, and is part of a large parkland area which also includes the impressive war memorial and the Planetarium, i think.
I was there during the Euros in June 2012.
4.5 based on 397 reviews
There are not many preserved Castles and trully old towns in Ukraine. Kamenets-Podolsky is certainly one of them. Just outside the charming Old Town you see the castle, situated on the other side of the river. Inside there is a small exhibition on local history and some artufacts related to the castle. The reason to visit it is the beautiful view of the town, especially in the afternoon.
5 based on 156 reviews
Those who are familiar with the method of electing the place for the construction of temples, this temple will be interesting. Located in a valley, occasionally submergible river Kharkiv, one that survived the fire, lost cross ... And a lot of different stories))
4.5 based on 144 reviews
We have been visiting Khotyn in August 2016. It is really worth to go and see it. The Khotyn Fortress in Ukrainian: Хотинська фортеця, is a historical complex located on the right bank of the Dniester River in Khotyn, Chernivtsi Oblast of western Ukraine. The Construction of Khotyn fortress started in 1325, and it was pretty lasting process over years of 1380s and in the 1460s.
Just for your info lots of historical adventure movies were filmed in the Khotyn fortress: Zakhar Berkut , The Arrows of Robin Hood, Old Fortress , d'Artagnan and Three Musketeers , The Black Arrow , Taras Bulba etc.
The fortress looks really majestic. There is a fee for car parking and fee to enter the fortress.
Being honest – the best view of the fortress is view from outside as inside they started renovation process in modern style and all features of ancient time have been lost. The landscape is very beautiful. You also have an opportunity to buy a unique Khotyn gifts at the Khotyn souvenir market which is situated right at the parking lot.
Definitely recommend this place to visit!
4.5 based on 230 reviews
This island accounts for 90% of Zaporizhia charm. It is quite diverse, having Forests, Beaches, secluded places on river banks, pagan sanctuaries, the reconstruction of the Sich fortress, and stunning views from the hills on the river and DneproGES dam, and more. You cannot even comprehend it from a couple of visits. Highly recommended for everyone.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
That's a great park that is crowded all year round. Every place in it has its symbolic meaning especially taking into account that Count Pototskiy, who has opened this park in 1806 commemorating his eternal love to his wife-beauty Sofia, belonged to Mason Temple.We had an excellent guide who has showed us all hidden symbols of Mason Order. The park is beautiful in any season with its fresh air, birds singing and water sparkling. There is no other park in Ukraine that is so famous among tourists and visitors.
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