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Best Places to travel in Ukraine

Ukraine is a country that is located on the Eastern side of Europe, it is a large region that is full of riches of history and culture. Most importantly, it is popular because of its orthodox churches and the beautiful coastline along the shores of the Black sea.

The capital city of Ukraine known as Kyiv is a hub of a cultural, scientific, industrial, and educational centre in Eastern Europe.

No doubt Ukraine is a beautiful place enclosing different wonders of the world in it. It is well known because of its 11th century St. Sophia Cathedral which highlights the golden dome and the amazing interiors of the cathedral.

Some other major attractions in the city of Kyiv include the Kyiv Pechersk Lavra monastery complex. You can also have an overview of the serene Dnieper River as well.

In this article, you will get a shortlist of the best places to travel in Ukraine.

This travel guide tends to be much help if you are backpacking your trip towards Ukraine. So, let’s get started.

Odesa

Odesa is the third-largest city that is located in Ukraine, it is basically a seaport that holds the shores of the beautiful Black Sea. 

In this era, Odesa has gained much popularity when it comes to trading as it is an important trade city in Ukraine now. 

The city grabs the attention of different visitors every year. Travellers come here to explore the sandy beaches, sunny weather and the sparkling waters, mainly the Beach of Lanzheron, as it is a perfect place for the worshippers of Sun.

Odesa is also known as the Pearl of the Black Sea. Mainly, it is a large city but it gives an intimate feel.

The main thing that adds fame to this city is the mighty stairway that leads towards the centre of the town and the beachfront. There are leafy parks as well.

Poltava

Poltava is another amazing add-on for Ukraine tourism and it sits off the Vorskla River. This city is filled with a deep military history and this history is due to the legendary war that took place in the mid of 18th century between the Russian Tsar Peter I and the Cossacks. The military relics here are still found as remains. These relics include the column of Glory, the October Park, and also the preserved area of the Poltava Battlefield. Poltava is well known and famous due to a huge amount of museums in it. Some of the museums are dedicated to the magnificent military history, as well as the main cathedral, the Assumption Cathedral and the striking belfry too.

Besides, Poltava had faced several wars but now it is a relaxed and beautiful city with natural wonders, historical importance, and most importantly a beautiful culture. It also has the orchestra, theatres and museums as well.

If you are planning a trip towards Ukraine then make sure to visit Poltava as well because it is surely the ideal place for nature and history lovers.

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