Zaporizhzhya, which literally means “ behind the rapids”, used to be an inconspicuous small town on the Dnieper River bank. Nowadays the city takes a big page in the history of Ukraine. Thanks to the rapids that made surroundings barely reachable, Ukrainian glorious Cossacks have settled here; thanks to the rapids the Dnieper Hydroelectric Plant has appeared, making Zaporizhzhya an industrial giant and marking the Modern World Wonders List as to 2007, along with the Empire State Building and the Eiffel Tower.
The Zaporizhian Cossacks take a very special place in the history of Ukraine. On excursion to the beautiful Khortytsia Island you will visit the most abundant Cossack Museum, will see a reconstruction of the Zaporizhian Sich with inherent architectural details and will enjoy an authentic Cossack martial Arts and equestrian show.
American conglomerate General Electric, Lenin’s Soviet Industrialization Plan, and Modern World Wonders List as to 2007…. are united with something really big. It is the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station located in Zaporizhzhya. The plant has recently become available for sightseeing, and we do recommend it as an interesting learning experience. Dniproges used to be a “modern world wonder” until 2007, after all…
This is just to send you a short message that our trip to Ukraine was wonderful and to thank you very, very much for all you have done!!!
We reached Odessa by marshrutka via Transnistria after having paid to the "authorities" the requested bribe... Our train tickets were at the Chernoye More Hotel, Odessa waiting for us. The hotel room there was perfect, and all trains were running on time and everything was ok. Congratulations that you have Jevgenij (Eugene) Snezhkin as a guide in Crimea. He is a very kind and very knowledgeable person indeed.
Well, I shall recommend your company definitely, if somebody wants to go for the "Ukrainian adventure" sometime.