Magnetism of the Glow
Zbarazh Castle is one of the few historical monuments in Ukraine that are in good condition and meet European standards. Every year it changes - the interiors are improved, new…

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Budget weekend in Prague
Yes, it sounds corny, but Prague is a fairy tale. And there are people who love her the most. Despite Paris, Amsterdam or Rome. And how to describe this magic?…

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Private museums of Zaporozhye surprise with unique exhibits
MUSEUM OF TECHNOLOGY BOGUSLAYEV One of the most informative museums in Zaporozhye is the Museum of Technology of Vyacheslav Boguslaev - the hero of Ukraine and the permanent leader of…

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What do Vinnitsa dungeons hide?

A monk’s ghost was photographed here, artifacts left by the townspeople and conquerors for four centuries are still found. They also talk about dangerous sea graves and Nazi forgotten treasures and military secrets. They also suggest that the dungeons stretch for many kilometers out of town. What really is there, nobody knows for certain, because despite episodic attempts to investigate them, no one has yet created even a reliable scheme of their location.

The last surge of interest in the Vinnitsa underground world occurred in March, when a failure occurred in the courtyard of the former Dominican monastery, and today the Holy Transfiguration Cathedral of the UOC, which opened the passage to the eighteen-meter underground passage with a stone arch. Therefore, they started talking about the Vinnitsa “catacombs” again, in particular, as a potentially attractive attraction for tourists. So far, you can get on a tour only in the mysterious basement of the former Capuchin monastery. As for the future of the remaining dungeons, it remains uncertain. Continue reading

Knights of the Dnieper rapids

The Dnieper rapids now rest under the deep waters of the main river of Ukraine. And there was a time when, over 80 kilometers from Yekaterinoslav to Khortitsa, the Dnieper was blocked by stone rocks protruding from the water. Only specially trained pilot-pilots could get around them. The center of this dangerous profession was the village of Pilot Kamenka (now it is the southern suburb of Dnipro). After the construction of the Dnieper Dam in 1932, the rapids were flooded, and the profession became unnecessary. The descendants of the pilots are now very proud of their ancestors. We offer to go to places where the glorious Dnieper knights lived. Continue reading

Lemurian Lake: an unusual story of popularity

The unique Lemurian lake in the south of the Kherson region has recently attracted more and more tourists – with the unusual pink color of the water, from which it is impossible to look away, especially at sunset, and its medicinal properties, for which people come here to be treated for skin diseases, nervous, cardiovascular systems, musculoskeletal system and the like. Ukrinform wrote earlier about the pink lake phenomenon. But being in the sunny Kherson region and getting to know the locals who are now actively taking tourists, we could not help but wonder how it all started? The story, it turns out, is unique – in it miraculously intertwines legends, happy chance, human industriousness and perseverance.

There was a village in the Tavrian steppe …

The mysterious Kherson lake, known for its healing properties, has always attracted tourists. But for those who wanted to swim in the lake there was one problem – where to stay? After all, it is located directly in the steppe, 100 km from Kherson and seven from the nearest village Grigorovki of the Chaplinsky district. It is this village today that is experiencing wonderful metamorphoses due to the influx of vacationers. Continue reading

10 tourism business ideas that should be implemented in Ukraine
The cable car, unusual hotel-museums and the Jurassic Park will attract tourists from all over the world. Traveling is a great way to spend time with friends and family. Especially…

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by the Mediterranean that are worth a visit
Specialized magazine National Geographic named the most underrated tourist destinations in the Mediterranean basin, which are definitely worth a visit. As the newspaper notes, traditionally cities such as Rome or…

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The monastery where King Daniel prayed
Today we will lead you along the paths that King Daniel of Galich and bishops with metropolitans, European monarchs and Kiev street children, Prussian soldiers and rural schoolchildren walked along.…

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Porcelain legends Baranovki
The city of Baranivka, in the southwestern part of the Zhytomyr region, is well known to ordinary residents of the region for its porcelain and generous harvests of forest blueberries.…

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