Ukraine is a large country in Eastern Europe known for its Orthodox churches, Black Sea coastline and forested mountains. Its capital, Kiev, features the gold-domed St. Sophia’s Cathedral, with 11th-century mosaics and frescoes. Overlooking the Dnieper River is the Kiev Pechersk Lavra monastery complex, a Christian pilgrimage site housing Scythian tomb relics and catacombs containing mummified Orthodox monks.
Ukrainian culture is a composition of material and spiritual values of Ukrainian people that has formed throughout its history (Ukrainian history). It is closely intertwined with ethnic studies about ethnic Ukrainians and Ukrainian historiography which is focused on history of Kiev and region around it.
Whilst the country has often struggled to preserve its independence its people have managed to retain their cultural possessions and are proud of the considerable cultural legacy they have created. Numerous writers have contributed to the country’s rich literary history such as Taras Shevchenko and Ivan Franko. The Ukrainian culture has experienced a significant resurgence since the establishment of independence in 1991.
The modern Ukrainian culture is believed to be formed as a descendant of the ancient state of Kievan Rus’ centered in Kiev as well the Kingdom of Galicia–Volhynia, both of which Ukrainians claim as their historical ancestors. Therefore it has a shared culture and history with neighboring nations, such as Belarusians and Russians. Ukrainian historian, academic and politician of the Ukrainian People’s Republic, Mykhailo Hrushevsky referred to Ukraine as Ukraine-Rus, emphasizing Ukraine’s historical claim to the ancient state of Kievan Rus.
Traditional peasant folk art, embroidery and vernacular architecture are critical to Ukrainian culture, and its elements have often been determined by the resources available at the time. The countries strong tradition of folk art and embroidery continues to this day, with Ukrainian embroidery often considered an art form in itself.
6 Nights & 7 Days
1st Day (10 June 2019)
- Arrival in Kiev by Flight FZ 72710JUN DXBKBP 0920 1410
- Transfer from the airport to Kiev hotel
- Overnight stay in Kiev.
2nd Day (11 June 2019)
- Breakfast at hotel
- Excursion of the museum of rural architecture in Pyrohiv.
- Overnight in Kiev
3rd Day (12 June 2019)
- Breakfast at the hotel. Full-day
- Chernobyl tour:
Get a unique experience of visiting a mysterious territory of the Chernobyl Exclusion zone, during which you will see abandoned settlements, soviet top-secret military objects and of course the place of a catastrophe itself – half ruined nuclear reactor, covered with concrete sarcophagus. Moreover, you will see the entire infrastructure around it including the construction site of a new confinement designed to make the station ecologically safe. This tour is a great chance to learn about what happens when human creations get out of control and our civilization gets rapidly taken over by nature.
- Overnight stay in Kiev.
4th Day (13 June 2019)
- Breakfast at the hotel.
- 09:00 Departure Odessa on the bus.
- 12:00 Visiting the Museum of Strategic Missile forces in Pobuzske.
- 20:00 Arriving Odessa Check in Hotel.
- Overnight stay in Odessa.
5th Day (14 June 2019)
- Breakfast at Hotel..
- Sightseeing tour of Odesa, walkingTour & drop at Black Sea side activities at your own.
- Overnight in Odessa
6th Day (15 June 2019)
- Breakfast at hotel than departure for Kiev.
- Free day at your own.
- Overnight stay at Kiev.
7th Day (16 June 2019)
- Transfer to the Kiev Airport
- Departure Back to Home by Flight FZ 337 17JUN DXBSKT 0015 0430
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1) passport that should meet the following requirements:
- be valid for at least three months after the stated date of departure from Ukraine.
- have at least two blank visa designated pages.
- have validity period of no longer than 10 years.
2) completed and signed Visa Application Form. Visa application forms of minors shall be submitted for each person and signed by a parent or legal guardian.
3) one colored photo 35 mm x 45 mm;
4) valid health insurance with coverage of at least 30,000 EUR or equivalent in other currency. When multi-entry visa is requested, availability of health insurance valid for the first intended visit to Ukraine shall be considered. Holders of diplomatic or service passport shall be exempt from this requirement;
5) proof of the sufficient financial means for the intended period of stay and return to the country of origin, or transit to a third country, or the possibility to legally obtain sufficient financial means on the territory of Ukraine (at the rate of 750 USD per 15 days stay). Holders of diplomatic or service passport shall be exempt from this requirement;
6) payment of consular fee, unless otherwise stipulated by legislation or international treaties of Ukraine.
7) together with all items listed above the following documents related to the purpose of entry must be submitted for visas.
- urgent processing – up to five working days. Urgent visa issuance is processed upon request of a foreigner or stateless person and in the period determined by a Ukrainian diplomatic mission abroad;
- ordinary processing – up to ten working days, unless otherwise stipulated by Ukraine’s international treaties. This period may be extended up to 30 working days if by additional checks are necessary.
- Single entry: 165 US dollars
* Urgent visa issuance or visa issuance during non-working hours shall be subject to a double consular fee rate.