Ukraine is coming back to normal finally. Though without Crimea as a travel destination for this year unfortunately, we are happy to
confirm it is quite safe to travel to Ukraine already. more > >
Transport and tours operate as usual. Ukraine has gained a new travel object - ex-president
Yanukovich's residence in Mizhgirya, a monument to enormous corruption and extremely
bad taste. Revolutionary Maidan and the Grushevskogo Street in Kyiv have also acquired new and
regretfully sad meanings as Kyiv travel sites. Considering Crimea as a part of
Ukraine and a wonderful piece of travel in our country, we are very concerned
about its current occupation by the Russian Federation. We hope it would be
resolved in the nearest future, and meanwhile all the bookings we had there
were cancelled by us due to indefinite visa regulations, Russian military
occupation and unpredictability of events there in general. Ukraine is looking forward
to presidential elections in the end of May, and we are very enthusiastic about
building a better country for Ukrainians and tourists as well. We are happy to
have a real chance to build a better country now! hide
Lutsk: Ukraina Hotel
Booking information - Ukraina Hotel, Junior Suite Twin
SINGLE - One single or a queen-size bed.
TWIN - Two single or two queen-size beds
DOUBLE - One double or a queen-size bed
FAMILY - A twin or double room with extrabeds or sofas for children.
I wish to thank you for all the arrangements. We had a interesting and pleasant holiday in your country. The hotels were ok, especially the one in Yalta. Our guides were really fantastic. They told us a lot about the history and the situation nowadays. Highlights were our visits to the submarine base, the cave city in the middle of beautiful nature, the little Tatarian restaurant and the Khan palace.
In Odessa we took the tram 5 to the beach and discovered a nice restaurant with quite a history: Fat Mozes. Furthermore we walked a lot in Odessa. The train facilities were also ok We managed to make a reservation in Kiev for the train to Warsaw. That was not an easy thing, because no one speaks English and we could hardly read the signs in the Russian or your own language. So it was a real adventure!