March 23, 2013
The Ukraine is a wonderful place to visit, and it is less expensive to visit than many other locations in Europe. If you are traveling to the Ukraine on a tight budget, you can follow these tips to make your money stretch further.
The easiest way to save money on your trip is to book it during the off-season. When you travel to the Ukraine during non-peak travel periods, you will be able to save on everything from your airline tickets to your hotel room. Many restaurants and Read the rest of this entry »
June 17, 2012
The Ukraine is a country filled with rich culture, breathtaking architecture, and geographical features that can be a fun experience for any child. The Ukraine features very intricate and well designed architecture, which is featured in their own style: vernacular. One of the Ukraine’s main geographical features is it’s behemoth mountains, composed of mainly black soil and formed into steppes. The Ukraine is a neighbor to the Black Sea, which can provide a refreshing time out at sea if you rent a boat! The Black Sea is a great Read the rest of this entry »
September 24, 2011
Keeping a child-s attention can be a challenge, so one must find things that interest them. When traveling to the Ukraine, there are things that can be fun for all age groups. Children love mazes and mystery, so try taking them to the famous catacombs. Children will love hearing the history and exploring the underground tunnels.
If your child is one who likes adventure, then take them to the Kiev Zoo. It is a great place for a kid to be a kid and see all the animals. There is Read the rest of this entry »
September 23, 2011
If you are planning a trip to the Ukraine, either for fun with the family, or a getaway with the spouse, or just going on your own for a getaway to visit a new place, you are going to want to make sure that you plan ahead, not only to save on airline tickets, but also so you can find the best resorts for you to stay in, while you are on your getaway in the Ukraine.Get more information here. http://www.travelpod.com/travel-blog-entries/shultz/1/1313522677/tpod.html With so many sites to see, and Read the rest of this entry »
September 22, 2011
The Five Biggest Differences Between Prague And Budapest
The first major difference between Prague and Budapest is the level of service. In Prague, people in the service industries are like government workers, only doing what they have to. In Budapest, the service is more friendly and genuine, more what tourists will be expecting.
The second difference is city make-up. Prague is primarily known for its spectacular architecture, while Budapest is a more nature-loving city with parks on every block.
The third difference may be a bit off-putting. It is well-known that Budapest Read the rest of this entry »
August 30, 2011
A lot has changed in the Ukraine from the days of broadband internet and well water to a thriving society of well-educated people. If you never considered vacationing here, we’ve got a few great reasons why you should put it back on the drawing board for next year’s trip
The Architecture: There’s a lot of history here and you’ll be amazed by the juxtaposition of old verses new everywhere from Kiev and beyond. If you want to take in some culture, Ukraine is a Read the rest of this entry »
June 21, 2011
If you want an unforgettable experience, make sure to visit the five most beautiful cathedrals in the Ukraine. The St. George Cathedral located in Kiev is home to the Icon of the Virgin. The St. George Cathedral has nine chambers, and is one of the most beautiful and magnificent cathedrals in the Ukraine. The Latin Cathedral, located in Old Town of western Ukraine is a work of wonder and fascinating historical landmark; it is one of the just two churches that wasn’t closed or subjected to Read the rest of this entry »
June 16, 2011
Ukrainian cuisine is a reflection of the fertile agricultural land which it’s people use to grown their own vegetables for soups and salads. Winter is a time when the temperatures can drop to minus 25 degrees and this is when meat becomes the country’s priority.
Ukrainian food shares a lot of similarity in dishes with that of Russia. Some of the most popular shared dishes consist of pelmeni (a type of ravioli filled with meat or mushrooms), blinchiki (sweet or savoury pancakes), vareniki (dumplings with cabbage or mashed potatoes inside), and ikra (salmon caviar). Read the rest of this entry »
May 24, 2011
The country of Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe and shares a large portion of its border with Russia. The official language of the Country is Ukrainian but Russian, Crimean and Tatar are also spoken in certain regions. Travel to this country is best done during either the spring or summer months when the weather is at its best. Five popular and economic cities for Tourist to visit which can be reached affordably via a train from the capital city of Kiev Read the rest of this entry »