On this three-day, self-guided tour of Odesa, you can explore the major landmarks and highlights of the city–at your own leisure. You will stay in your very own apartment retreat in the center of the city, so you can explore all of the landmarks in close proximity. Although your trip coordinator will provide a detailed guide book, highlights to bookmark include the various Black Sea beaches, the famous Privoz Market, a performance at the Odessa National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet, and more!
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On this three-day, self-guided tour of Lviv, you will explore the local culture and major landmarks of the town–at your own pace. Your accommodations will come with a booklet that will contain all the information you need. Stroll around Market Square, visit the art-centric museums, and hike the Lviv High Castle for the best views of the city. There is plenty to savor in terms of local food and drink, including Galician fare, iconic cherry wine, and the abundance of confectionery gems.
On this nine-day, self-guided tour of Ukraine, you will visit three cities: Kyiv, Lviv, and Odesa. Begin your travels in the capital city of Kyiv, where you will learn about the city’s history in Independence Square and take a boat tour along the Dnieper River. Next, you will get to explore Lviv and all of its art-heavy influences and galleries, along with climbing the ruins of Lviv High Castle. Your last stop is in Odesa, where you can relax on the Black Sea beaches and enjoy an opera and ballet performance. Along the way, make sure to taste delicious confections and sip iconic cherry wine!
Explore the culture and history of Ukraine on this seven-day, self-guided tour of Kyiv and Lviv. You will arrive in the capital city, which is rich with gold-domed monasteries to visit. In addition, you can discover the local arts, from the opera and ballet at the National Opera of Ukraine to shops along Andriyivskyy Descent, which highlights the local craftsmen. In Lviv, you can indulge in local flavors, including cherry wine and plenty of sweet treats. A hike up the ruins of Lviv High Castle will provide spectacular panoramic views of the charming town.
On this seven-day, self-guided tour from Kyiv to Odesa, you will explore the Ukrainian history and culture of both cities. Your trip coordinator will arrange apartments and guidebook materials in both locations. In Kyiv, the capital city, you can experience Independence Square and visit the many gold-domed cathedrals and monasteries. Next, in Odesa, you can kick back on the different beaches along the Black Sea, climb the iconic Potemkin Stairs, and go to the opera and ballet theater for a live performance. Make sure to indulge in plenty of Ukrainian fare along the way!
This 16-day itinerary introduces you to one of Europe’s least visited, but arguably most interesting regions. You’ll explore three countries that have developed diverse customs and a rugged sense of self, where hospitality to visitors is the norm in lands known for invasions and shifting allegiances. Prepare to fall in love with Eastern Europe.
This short 6-day tour offers the perfect combination of history, natural beauty, and memorable cultural experiences. You'll visit Kiev's most popular attractions as well as those less frequented hidden gems. Discover what it was like to be part of medieval Kiev, the city-state that did so much to shape the modern nation of Ukraine.
Discover the best of Central and Western Ukraine on this two-week adventure. Featuring a combination of popular sites and off-the-beaten-track destinations, you will begin in the capital of Kiev, fly to Odessa on the Black Sea, and end your stay in Lviv. You'll explore medieval castles, stroll along extravagant boulevards, and hike to hilltop fortresses, ensuring a fascinating trip through one of Europe’s hidden gems.
Explore one of Eastern Europe's oldest cities on this three-day self-guided tour of Kiev. Visit the capital's highlights, including ornate churches and monasteries, historic districts, and cultural landmarks. You'll see grand baroque and Byzantine architecture, remnants of Ukraine's Soviet past, and get a sense of its modern, cosmopolitan present.