Visit two of Europe’s most remote regions
The Ukraine is a large country, second only in size to Russia which it borders to the north. Its forested mountains offer a contrast to the Black Sea Coast to the south with its own laid-back Riviera vibe. Although it has so much to offer, the country is little visited by tourists.
Lviv is the cultural capital, an unexpectedly colorful city heavily influenced by Polish and Germanic traditions more than Ukrainian. Its historic old town is UNESCO listed and the perfect place to meander and enjoy the many picturesque cafés. Kyiv (Kiev) has a different pace, becoming increasingly famous for its nightlife and beautifully resorted churches and monasteries.