There is no place in this world we were meant to stay, and this is the reason why most of us are traveling to see how the best sites are created and uniquely modified by nature. Other parts of Europe are less touristy and under-visited. However, the captivating country Ukraine is still leveling to others for having the proudly and fantastic Black Sea, which is full of ragged beaches, jagged mountain plains, and wild forest. Please don’t underestimate this place because it is also full of diverse cultural influences and folk traditions.
It means that it offers traditional villages, travelers ski resorts, and sunning modern cities wherein most of them are already featured and recognized as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. So take a deep breath a get ready to discover some of the most beautiful destinations you might explore in this spectacular country!
Kiev is Ukraine’s capital and the topmost destination for all of the tourists who are staying here. The jaw-dropping monasteries, handsome streets, Soviet architecture, and golden-domed churches are worth-a-visit! Since this spot is underrated, you won’t find plenty of tourists trapped here. Kiev is recognized as one of the oldest cities in eastern Europe, which was primarily built way back in 482 AD. Today, the modernize Kiev is a place to go wherein you have the opportunity to one of the satisfying museums, city bars, or even chill at a sidewalk cafe. Don’t forget to visit the Museum of Folk Architecture and Ethnography, which is recognized as one of the largest open-air museums in the continent of Europe. You should also never miss a chance to drop-by to the Andriyivskyy Descent – a steep street quilted with Art Nouveau-style dwellings with fabulous gargoyles.
A perfect site for those who are obsessed or interested in history, Chernobyl provides a dark and extreme exploration. It is featured in the HBO documentary, wherein it is currently a spooky ghost town in the northern part of Kiev Oblast. Due to the nuclear explosion or disaster, many of the untimely deaths of people was taken way back in 1986. And because of this intense tragedy, it became a major tourist attraction since then! You will be able to observe the destruction of buildings and discarded possessions of those who had to flee for their lives inside Chernobyl.
Bukovel is an ideal spot as a wintertime destination since it is considered as one of the largest skiing destinations in Ukraine. Well, it is actually the biggest ski resort in Eastern Europe. There are breath-taking views of Carpathians’ highest peaks, beautiful mountains, and the indulgence alpine ski resort. Let the snowfall and enjoy every drop of it here in Bukovel!