Ukraine is a captivating country to visit. It has bustling, modern cities, quaint villages, beautiful countryside, and a rich history. Most visitors going to Ukraine for the first time travel to Kiev, the national capital, and the
city whose name is most familiar to people from outside Eastern Europe. But they soon discover that there is much to be seen beyond the city limits.
Hanging bridges on Ai-Petri Mountain
Ai-Petri is a mountain pick and a huge mountain mass with a square of 300 square kilometers spreads 25 kilometers from the East to the West. Its name consists of the distorted words of Greek origin like “agios” (saint) and “Peter” (the name of St. Peter) and in his honor the temple was built there. Bridges lead from two points located in the vicinity of the top of Ai-Petri to a free-standing rock with a cross.
Swallow’s Nest – is a small decorative castle located on the south seashore of Crimean Peninsula between Yalta and Alupka. It is symbol of Crimea and very romantic place. Now there is a restaurant in castle, so everybody can enter and look inside.
Carpathian Mountains are considered to be one of the major Ukraine tourist destinations. The most famous resort of Carpathian Mountain is Yaremche. Here you can enjoy hiking to the alpine meadow which is full of fleshy berries and also the beautiful waterfall “Huk”. Kosiv is a picturesque town nestled in the land of high mountains of Hutsulshchyna. Here you can spend time in peace and tranquility.
This is known as one of the oldest cities in the Ukraine. Its beginnings are still not completely understood. But the most recent estimates, due to archeological finds, puts its initial construction in the eleventh century. The city fortress itself is the attraction. The initial structures and those that have been added over the years offer insight into the Ukraine history.