Travel tips for European countries: Ukraine
Located in Eastern Europe, Ukraine is one of the other countries in the European region bordering Russia in the north-east, Belarus in the north, Poland, Slovakia and
the West, Romania and Moldova in the Black Sea and south of Azov. I am a popular tourist visitor, especially in tourism from Western Europe and North America. The main
selling point is the rich historical character of the country, with five hundred cities that have lived for nine hundred years. Visitors are hidden in the beauty of
Ukrainian architecture. Kiev is another big city in Ukraine, where most travelers start their journey.
Population and languages
Ukraine has about 46.7 mln. Residents and the official language is Ukrainian. The second language spoken is Russian, Romanian, Polish and Hungarian.
Voltage – 220 volts, frequency – 50 Hz
Ukraine is in Eastern Europe, restrictions in the north-east, Belarus in the north, Poland, Slovakia and Eloeste, Romania and Moldova in the southwest, as well as Azov
Azov Sea. The strategic position of Ukraine between Asia and Europe has become a transport hub in the region.
Ukrainians are warm and hospitable. Usually, casual clothes are used here, although it is a good idea to use smart agents. Small gifts are valued. Tipping is not very
common; Services are usually included in excellent restaurants and hotel bills.
Sofia Cathedral, nine centuries old, is one of Ukraine’s architectural wonders.
Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Cave Monastery: These caves are as old as the 11th century.
Great Patriotic War Museum
Homeland statue, Kiev
Air is a Ukrainian airline of Airlines International Airlines. In cooperation with Aer Fi Group and Austrian Airline, it connects Kiev with Amsterdam, Barcelona,
Berlin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Rome, Rotterdam, Vienna and Zurich. In Ukraine there is an airline otter serving
European cities. Lviv Tambienė is connected in New York, Warsaw and Washington. Turkey is connected via Ivano-Frankivsk via Simferopol and the United Kingdom. The main
airport and Boryspil International Airport (KBP) are twenty-five kilometers from Kiev.
Near the sea, the main ports of Ukraine are Izmail and the Odessa Danube River. Ferry services connect Ukraines with Russia and Georgia. They also connect several Black
Sea and Mediterranean cities. Sebastopol is also a port connecting Istanbul, Turkey.
Railway Dust: Ukraine has about 14,000 miles of railroads connecting most cities. Kiev and Lviv are the main stations connecting daily. Ukraine also directs lines from
Berlin (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), Warsaw (Poland) and Bucharest (Romania).
Road: Ukraines has a wide network of roads with about 107,000 miles of road network, of which about 18,000 miles are major or national roads.
1. Up to 200 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 g of tobacco.
2. 1 liter spirit drink and 22% or 2 liters of wine or 32 liters of beer.
3. Goods for personal use with a total value of EUR 200.
Medicines, rifel or pistol, bullets, weapons, most meat and dairy products, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages that include activities
of the following year.