Romania - Moldova - Ukraine - Poland
9 days/ 8 nights
Day 1. Iasi – Odessa
Journey to the Romanian-Moldovan border near Ungheni, travel by Chisinau and Tiraspol to Odessa on the Black Sea. Evening city tour of Odessa: Opera House - built to a design by the Viennese architects Fellner and Helmer, palace with a colonnade of counts Voronzov, Philharmonic Orchestra of Odessa, a monument to the Duke de Richelieu, old town streets: Derebasovska, Puschkinska, Lanzheronovska, Richelieuvska, naval station, Potjomkintreppen and others. Dinner and overnight.
Day 2. Odessa – Sevastopol
Breakfast. Crossing to Sevastopol, one of the largest ice-free seaport, economic, cultural, scientific center in the southwestern part of Crimean peninsula. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 3. Sevastopol – Alupka – Yalta
Breakfast. Tour of city center: Prince harbor, Nachimov square, coastal boulevard, the Monument of submerged ships, etc. Visit of the Panorama Museum. Departure to Alupka. Tour of Vorontsov Palace, the romantic architectural mark of Crimea. Photo break at the lodge "Swallow's Nest" - symbol of the south coast. Arrival to Yalta. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 4. Yalta – Nikita – Livadia
Breakfast. Visiting botanic garden Nikitskyi, one of the most important botanical gardens in the world, where more than 20,000 plant species can be seen. Sightseeing of Livadia Palace, summer residence of the last Tsar Nicholas II. In February 1945 met here Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin at Yalta conference, at which the post-war aims of the anti-Hitler coalition were established. Walk across the promenade of Yalta. Dinner at a restaurant in the city where you can enjoy fresh sea air. Overnight at hotel.
Day 5. Yalta – Zaporizhya
Breakfast. Departure from the island, a short distance along the Dnipro to Zaporizhya, an industrial city with many parks and green spaces. City tour through the city with visits to the island Khortitsa. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 6. Zaporizhya – Kyiv
Breakfast. Crossing to Kyiv, capital of Ukraine, one of the oldest cities in Europe, in 1982, was its 1500th birthday celebration. Today Kyiv is the largest city of Ukraine, political, economic, scientific-technical and cultural center. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 7. Kyiv
Breakfast. Panoramic City Tour including Khreschatik Avenue, Independence square, Golden Gate, Opera House, St. Vladimir’s Cathedral, Dnieper river lookout, St. Michael Gold Domed Monastery, Kyiv Founders’ Monument, Podil historical area. Visiting St. Sofia’s Cathedral (11th century). Visiting Kyiv Pechersk Lavra including Holy Trinity Gate Church, Assumption Cathedral, Refectory Church and Lavra Sagred Caves. Dinner at a restaurant in the city where you can enjoy the regional dishes of Ukrainian cuisine. Overnight at hotel.
Day 8. Kyiv – Lviv
Breakfast. Departure for Lviv, once one of the most flourishing cities of the Habsburg Empire, cultural and scientific center of Ukraine. Acquaintance with the history of the city and its heritage. Visit the architectural monuments of the 13th-20th Centuries: Mary Snezhna Church, the oldest universities in the city (Lviv Politechnika and the University), George's Cathedral, visit one of the oldest hotels in the Ukraine - "George" ("Zhorzh"), and also houses, which are the life of Franz Xaver Mozart, J. Roth, Leopold von Sacher Masoch, connected. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.
Day 9. Lviv - Poland
Breakfast. Departure to the Ukrainian-Polish border. Say goodbye to Ukrainian tour guide and traveling on to Poland.
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