Between the 9th and 11th centuries, Ukraine was the center of Kievan Rus, one of the most important civilizations at the time. For travellers, hiking is superb in the western country. But Ukraine’s real attraction lies in its cities and villages. The capital Kiev was once home of Kievan Rus. It contains rich history, from Mongol invasion to the recent Chernobyl disaster.
Europa Coaches Dubrovnik also organizes tours in Kiev. Kiev is the capital of Ukraine. It is located central north of the country along the Dnjepr River. There are typical wide 6 lane boulevards with massive buildings alongside and monuments for everything and everyone. The Monastery of the Caves is another must-see place on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Independence Square and the Khreschatyk Boulevard are the heart of the city where you will find good food and excellent nightlife as well.
Europa Coaches Dubrovnik also operates in Donetsk, a large city located in eastern Ukraine. It is a relatively new city, founded in 1869 by a Welsh businessman who set up a steel plant and coal mines in the area. It is the fifth largest city in Ukraine. Donetsk is also called the City of Million Roses. Well groomed and blooming city welcomes tourist hospitably. That is why it is considered to be the greenest of all industrial cities of the world. The cultural center of Donetsk and all the Donetsk region has one of the greatest arts museums of Ukraine, the Donetsk Art Museum. It has a collection of 11.500 works of painting, graphic, sculpture and other arts. A tour of the city gives an opportunity to see a lot of monuments, for example, Memorial Tablet to Vasyl Stus, Monument to the Liberators of Donbass, Memorial to the soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
Visiting Lviv? Do not hesitate to call Europa Coaches Dubrovnik. We will arrange a perfect coach for your Lviv travel. Lviv is a city in the north-west of Ukraine, capital of the historical region of Galicia. Lviv is now regarded as one of the main cultural centers of today’s Ukraine. The historical city center is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The historcal heart of Lviv with its old building and cobblestone roads has survived WWII and ensuring Nazi and Soviet occupation largely unscathed.