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Places to explore in Ukraine

Kyiv (Kiev)
Having survived the Mongol Empire, WWII, Chernobyl, and Soviet rule, Kyiv is the proud capital of the Ukraine. Filled with theaters, museums, religious sites, modern buildings and ancient ruins, the city of Kyiv is the center of Ukrainian culture. The Monastery of the Caves, founded in 1015, and Saint Sophia Cathedral, founded in 1037, are both World Heritage Sites. The Museum of the Great Patriotic War, topped by the massive Motherland Statue, provides gorgeous views of the city below.
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With just over a million people, Odessa is Ukraine’s fourth-largest city. Set in the country’s south along the Black Sea coast, Odessa was founded in the late 18th century as a Russian naval fortress. For many years in the mid-19th century, it was a free port, becoming home to a multinational populace. In 1905, it was the site of a major Russian Revolution uprising by crew members of the Battleship Potemkin. The nice old town area has a beautiful opera house, and the city has many great beaches.
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A city with a lively history, Lviv (also spelled L’viv and Lvov) in Ukraine’s west was founded in the 13th century and has changed flags many times in the years since, having been part of Poland, Austria-Hungary and the Soviet empire. The city’s well-preserved historic center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has attractions like the Market Square (Ploshcha Rynok). Climb the tower at the town hall for a great city view. The Lviv Opera House is dazzling and hosts world-class performances.
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Also commonly spelled Kharkov, Kharkiv is Ukraine’s second-largest city, and with about a million and a half people, and a main cultural, educational and industrial city for the country. Founded in the 17th century, the city is in Ukraine’s northeast (not far from the Russian border) and served briefly as its capital in the early 20th century, after it became a Soviet republic. Kharkiv’s top attractions include its zoo, its history museum, Freedom (Svoboda) Square and the Holy Shroud Cathedral.
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Flight stats for Ukraine - did you know?

  • There are 9 airports in Ukraine and the 5 biggest are
  • Kharkov Airport (Kharkiv)
  • Right now, 7 airlines operate out of Kharkov Airport.
  • Kharkov Airport offers nonstop flights to 5 cities.
  • Every week, at least 28 domestic flights and 18 international flights depart from Kharkov Airport.
  • Snilow Airport (Lviv)
  • Right now, 11 airlines operate out of Snilow Airport.
  • Snilow Airport offers nonstop flights to 10 cities.
  • Every week, at least 33 domestic flights and 40 international flights depart from Snilow Airport.
  • Kiev-Borispol Airport (Kyiv (Kiev))
  • Right now, 38 airlines operate out of Kiev-Borispol Airport.
  • Kiev-Borispol Airport offers nonstop flights to 46 cities.
  • Every week, at least 167 domestic flights and 368 international flights depart from Kiev-Borispol Airport.
  • Kiev-Zhulhany Airport (Kyiv (Kiev))
  • Right now, 5 airlines operate out of Kiev-Zhulhany Airport.
  • Kiev-Zhulhany Airport offers nonstop flights to 15 cities.
  • Every week, at least 6 domestic flights and 34 international flights depart from Kiev-Zhulhany Airport.
  • Odessa-Central Airport (Odessa)
  • Right now, 14 airlines operate out of Odessa-Central Airport.
  • Odessa-Central Airport offers nonstop flights to 8 cities.
  • Every week, at least 45 domestic flights and 57 international flights depart from Odessa-Central Airport.