Lviv is the cheapest holiday destination to visit in 2017
Lviv ranks the first in the cheapest holiday destination to visit in 2017 rating published by Business Insider. The website looked at the average cost of various travel essentials — including a night's stay in a hotel room, dinner for two, a 1km taxi ride and a pint of beer, and a bottle of wine — in cities all over the world. Lviv will cost tourists $31.27 only. The cultural capital of Ukraine is followed by Pristina, Serbia ($64.12), Sofia, Bulgaria ($70.46), Panama City, Panama ($71.25), Kalamata, Greece ($79.51), Braga
How can modern Kyiv attract tourists?
Ukraine is the one of the largest countries in Europe. Kyiv city is its capital. If you fly over Kyiv on a plane, the city resembles a heart through which the main artery, the Dnipro River, flows. It is, probably, symbolic: Kyiv is incredibly hospitable. Planes from all over the world daily arrive in and depart from two international airports. It means 9 million tourists a year. Soft wisdom What attracts people in Kyiv? It is a pleasant climate, honest people, special rhythm of hills, and soft wisdom
From Kyiv to Przemysl for UAH 410
December, 23 Intercity+705K high speed train 'Kyiv - Lviv to Przemysl station, Poland' starts running. Depending on the class Kyiv-Przemysl ticket costs UAH 410 and 580 (the second and first classes respectively). Lviv-Przemysl tickets can be bought for UAH 175-240
Kyiv becomes closer to Israeli tourists
The old train station Jaffa, Tel Aviv Municipality and 'Dan Panorama Hotel Tel-Aviv' hotel welcomed guests of 'Kyiv Days in Tel Aviv' event held on December, 15-16. A two-day event program included: a meeting between representatives of Kyiv and Tel Aviv official delegations, the Ambassador of Ukraine to Israel Hennadii Nadolenko; presentation of Kyiv on 'Smart City' and 'Tourism', art fair of Ukrainian artists and craftsmen (Petrykivka painting, toys, gifts, jewelry, paintings, mosaics, embroidery), national cuisine presentation, workshop
Andy Warhol invites to a new hotel in UZHHOROD
Emigrand, the first themed hotel in Zakarpattia Oblast, opened in Uzhhorod. The hotel is easy to find because the monument to Andy Warhol can be seen nearby. The hotel features are interesting interior (huge bed in the form of lips of Marilyn Monroe in the dressing room, 24 rooms decorated in pop art style), music of mid-twentieth century in the rooms, and a wide range of menu offering Zakarpattia, American, Italian and Jewish cuisines
Intercity train `Kyiv-Lviv` to run to Przemysl
At the beginning of 2017 residents of Kyiv will be able to get to the Polish city of Przemysl by Intercity train 'Kyiv-Lviv'. The route extend was discussed between representatives of the Verkhovna Rada transport committee and the Polish Sejm Infrastructure Commission. Technically JSC 'Ukrzaliznytsia' is ready for the route extending, however, the changes need to be coordinated with Ukrainian and Polish border and customs services, and the Polish railway enterprise as well. The approximate ticket price is UAH 1,500-2,000