Tips For Our Clients Before Traveling To Ukraine | What
We Can Offer You During Your Stay In Ukraine
Useful Tips For Traveling To Ukraine
When you finally decide to travel to our country in order to visit your
lady, the first step you are to take is to obtain an international traveling
passport (unless you have already done it, of course). Before, in the past, an entry
visa to Ukraine was necessary. However, according to a new presidential
decree, citizens of European Union, Switzerland, USA, Canada and Japan
do NOT need a visa to Ukraine any more. If you come from a land which
is not included in the above-mentioned list, and if you need an official
invitation for a visa, we will be happy to provide it to you. You should
buy an air ticket to the airport "Boryspil" (also often spelled
as "Borispol") in Kyiv (Kiev). Note: other international airports in
Ukraine are located in Kharkiv, Odessa and Simferopil. Please mind that
citizens of Australia still DO need a visa.
Many clients of our marriage agency who plan to arrive in Ukraine and meet their
women in person, often ask a question what currency they should bring
to Ukraine, whether they can receive cash from cash machines (speed banks,
ATMs, "bankomats" or whatever they are called). Yes, it is absolutely
no problem here, and you will feel as comfortable in Ukraine in this respect,
as you do in your own home country. If you plan to bring a little cash
money, almost any kind of currency (Euros, US dollars, English Sterling
Pounds) would be fine. If you don't like the idea of having much cash
on you (which is quite reasonable, and even though Ukraine is quite
a safe country with very little crime, our advice to you is not to take
much cash), you may easily withdraw a necessary sum here from cash machines,
which are available almost on every street or in any shop. Also, you can
cash travel checks in Ukraine, such as Thomas Cook, etc. Continuing to speak about cash, leagally you can bring 3000 Dollars without
even declaring this sum at a customs point.
Ukraine's environment is clean, and our local food is very tasty and healthy.
Many people are still worried about the drinking water here. Of course,
in many places, it may be not a very good idea to drink water from the
tap, but here you will find many different kinds of mineral or drinking
quality water on sale, so this won't be a big issue. In fact, you will
find anything on sale here, and of course even in any small store you
will find your favorite drinks such as Coca-Cola, Fanta, 7UP, Sprite and
tens of other sorts of soft drinks.
You will surely love your stay here!
What We Can Offer You During Your Stay
During your stay in Vinnitsa, we will be happy to offer you unforgettable
romance tours and excursions to many places of Ukraine: Uman, Kamyanets-Podilskyi,
Odessa, Kyiv, Lviv, etc. It will be very romantic to
visit one of these places with the woman you have come to meet. Vinnytsya's geographically favorable position
(in Ukraine's center) allows our guests to see a lot of beautiful, picturesque
and historic places even within one day.
| As for Uman and its dendra park ("dendra"
means "tree"), people often consider it as "a piece of paradise". There
has never been a single tourist who hasn't been impressed by the beauty
of the park. More than 200 years ago, a rather well-to-do man, Count Pototski,
built this park for his wife Sofia (that is why the park is often called
"Sofia Park") as a sign of his love and devotion for her. It is a famous
sight, which attracts not only Ukrainian and Russian tourists, but also
those from many other countries of the western world.
Uman's Sofia Park
|A trip to Odessa includes swimming in the Black Sea (in summertime)
and visiting unforgettable sights of the worldwide famous city:
the central street Deribasovskaya (with a great number of stores
and cafes, as well as a motley crowd), Opera and Ballet Theatre,
Odessa's seaport, Potyomkin Staircase and many other sights.
Potyomkin Staircase in Odessa
| Lviv (Russian spelling is Lvov) is one
of Ukraine's biggest economic, cultural and historical centers. Having
belonged to Poland in the past, it has still preserved its ancient European
architectural traditions. A worldwide known Opera and Ballet Theatre is
situated here in Lviv. This city is considered to be "the most modern
and European city of Ukraine".
Lviv Opera and Ballet Theatre
A tour to Kamyanets-Podilskyi includes a visit
to its Old Fortress (12-18 centuries), which impresses people with
its grandeur and mystery, and to the Stone Fortress in the town
Old Fortress in Kamyanets-Podilskyi
Khotyn, a district center in Chernivtsi Region, appeared in the
8th century on the banks of the Dniester River as a settlement
of the Eastern Slavs. The main tourists' attraction here is Stone
Fortress. Founded in the 13th century it was rebuilt, expanded and
reconstructed many times until in the 18th century it lost its defensive
importance and purpose. The fortress witnessed many historic events
associated with the struggle of the Ukrainian people against foreign
invaders in the past - Turkish feudals, Polish gentry and Romanian
nobility. In 2002, the town of Khotyn celebrated its 1000th anniversary!!!
Stone Fortress in Khotyn
|Our city of Vinnytsia has the population
of almost 400,000 people. The city was founded 640 years ago. Foreign
men travelling here always make sure they visit "The Mausoleum" of a famous
surgeon named Pirogov (where his body lies embalmed in a crypt like the
body of Lenin in Moscow, Russia, and like the body of Mao Dze Dun in China),
Hitler's Bunker (where the notorious "Führer" spent in total 2 years during
World War II), many Catholic, Orthodox and Protestant churches and cathedrals,
and many other places which are worth visiting.
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