About Ukraine, Lifestyle

Odessa seen by americans

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Odessa, often called the “Pearl of the Black Sea,” is one of the Ukraine’s largest cities and, along with Kiev, the most popular with tourists. Often featured on Mediterranean and Black Sea cruises, Odessa is well known for its museums, world-famous opera house, beaches, lively nightlife and the old town’s centerpiece — the Potemkin Steps. The city is rich

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Lifestyle, Ukrainian Dating Tips

Ukrainian Visas for American citizens

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American citizens are free to travel through Ukraine for up to 90 days without a visa but will need to carry a valid passport. Visitors staying past 90 days or are in Ukraine to work, study or perform diplomatic missions or arriving with the intent to establish permanent residency must obtain the appropriate visa before arriving. Step 1 Gather

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Hotels in Ukraine

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There are lots of different kinds of hotels all over the globe! Ukraine is not an exception. Hotels vary in cost, size, function, and class. Kiev, for instance, may provide potential customers with more than 200 hotels. The most popular hotels are usually located in cultural, historical and business centers of Ukrainian cities and most foreign guests prefer

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Kyiv viewed by Americans

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Often called “the mother of Slavic cities,” Kiev (Kyiv) is Ukraine’s political, cultural and economic capital. Ukraine has only been an independent nation since 1991, but the city of Kiev has a long history, much of which has been preserved in its architecture and the city’s myriad museums. Kiev, Ukraine isn’t on everyone’s travel radar, but solo travelers, couples

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