Ukraine Tourist Attractions
National Art and Culture Museum Complex
Originally a military arsenal, built in the 18th Century, this is now the largest museum complex in Europe.
Kiev-Pechersk Lavra is a unique monastery complex, which is included in UNESCO world heritage list. It was visited by more than 43 millions of tourists from all over the world.
Founded by St. Anthony and St. Theodosy in the 11th century, the monastery became a prominent spiritual and cultural centre that made a significant contribution to the development of education, art and medicine.
For centuries, the Kiev-Pechersk Monastery, with relics of saints buried in caves, has been one of the most important Christian pilgrimage centres in the world.
Kiev is the capital and the largest city of Ukraine. It is situated on the both banks of river Dnieper.
Filled with amazing architecture, museums and historical landmarks, and gorgeous parks and gardens, Kiev is truly a tourist destination.
Visit Kiev’s tourist portal for more information on the city and its attractions: www.mykiev.info
Carpathian Mountains are considered to be the Green Pearl of Ukraine. It is one of the most popular resorts and tourist centres of the country. A beautiful mix of natural areas, forests, meadows, shepherds and humans living in harmony with nature is what makes the mountains so attractive to tourists!
Read more: www.traveltoukraine.org/carpathian
Chornobyl is the most famous Ukrainian phenomenon. The event, which got name "the Chornobyl Disaster”, has changed the trajectory of our civilization development, it is the most evident contribution of Ukraine into the global history.
Its place – the Chornobyl Zone, with the nuclear power plant (NPP), which doesn’t produce energy anymore but instead paradoxically consumes it, and an abandoned ghost town of Pripyat, – like a time machine, let you see the events past and realize how both history and nature works.
There are a number of tour agencies which will take you into the radiation-free zone. The official tour operator is Chernobyl Tour: www.chernobyl-tour.com