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Odesa City Break

Odesa City Break

Visit charming Odesa - a city on the Black sea coast with more than 6 centuries
of eventful history. Shady streets with old buildings, sandy beaches booming with
nightlife, classy restaurants of exquisite cuisine.
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Kyiv City Break

Kyiv City Break

Having passed 1500 years point, the capital of Ukraine Kiev is gaining more popularity
on the tourist map of Europe. Gilded old churches domes, glittering modern skyscrapers,
green parks on the high banks of the mighty Dnipro River, romantic cafes and cosy
restaurants. Explore this European city of immense beauty and rich heritage.
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Lviv City Break

Lviv City Break

Lviv impresses and enchants, it is a love at first sight. Winding cobble-stone streets
cutting their way through regular and strict Gothic and exquisite Baroque buildings,
tidy and neat cafes and restaurants, hospitable and friendly people. Lviv is so special
and enjoyable to visit that no trip to Ukraine can be complete without it!
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The Crimea

The Crimea

The tours to Crimea are currently unavailable due to the Russian occupation of this part of Ukraine. However, we believe one day the peninsula is free again and we resume operation of this city break and other tours to Crimea


The Crimea is a colorful blend of diverse cultures and tastes. Stately Royal Palaces,
beautiful parks, green mountains and sun bleached cliffs, the warm sea, vivid bazaars,
spicy tatar food, and sweet Crimean wine. Enjoy!
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Just wanted to thank you for helping me in making my journey to the
Ukraine reality. My air-ticket was waiting for me at hotel George in Lvov. I just came back last night from my trip and it will take time to process all my impressions. As planned I visited Dnipropetrovsk, Charkiv and Kiev. They were all interesting in their own way, but Kiev is a real pearl.
In the summer it must be even more beautiful. I practiced my poor Russian and learned even better to read cyrillic letters. Not many people speak English or German, which for me personally is good, because I'm forced to make myself understood, trying to speak Russian. Travelling in winter is sometimes hard; dark, cold weather with freezing fingers and toes. Every season has it's charm and I enjoyed my stay very much. If you make an effort, people are very kind and helpful. I look forward to going again.
Again, thank you for making it possible.
Good health to all of you and the best in year 2004!

regards

Alex, Sweden

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