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Ukraine Tour Package From India

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  • Customizable
  • 5 Days, 6 Nights
  • Kyiv - 4D

Ukraine is a renowned tourism destination for visitors from all over the world. Its real beauty, magnificent architecture, and vibrant nightlife fascinate visitors. Enjoy the package of the Ukraine Tour Package From India. while avoiding missing out on anything. Eat traditional cuisine, and much more. Hurry up and don’t lose out on the opportunity to see the beauty of Ukraine.

Price Includes

  • 04 Nights accommodation in Kyiv
  • Meal Plans as mentioned in Itinerary
  • Private arrival transfer - Car Comfort Class
  • Private departure transfer - Car Comfort Class
  • Private excursions on days 2/3/4 with guide and Car comfort-class and entrance fee
  • Lunches at Indian cuisine restaurants on days 2/3/4
  • E-visa support documents

Price Excludes

  • Insurance cost
  • TCS
  • E - Visa cost
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
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Itinerary

Day 1Kyiv Arrival

Arrive in Kyiv. Later Check in to your hotel. Rest of the day at liesure

Kyiv, Ukraine, is on the verge of something extraordinary. Kyiv is going through its adolescent years, plagued by its recent history and even present events in the eastern region of Ukraine, and the consequences are nothing short of inspiring. Whether you’re interested in religious history, hip areas, or brutal architecture, Kyiv will surprise you and make you want to return to see the latest advancements in the Ukrainian capital.

Day 2Kyiv - Private city tour in Kyiv

 Breakfast at your accommodation, from 10:00 to 13:00 Private city tour – This tour will introduce you to some of Kyiv’s most interesting and beautiful landmarks.The Golden Gate – Yaroslav the Wise built it to serve as the city’s grand entrance. Nearby is a monument to Yaroslav the Wise, who holds a model of Sophia Kyivska in his hand. At the time of Yaroslav the Wise’s rule, Sophyivska Square was the principal square. The construction of Sophia Kyivska was an act to demonstrate Kyivan Rus’ power. Here are the tombs of Yaroslav the Wise and his wife Irina. Previously, Sofiya Kyivska was a library. Sophia was added to UNESCO’s list of world-historic sites in 1990. Prince Svyatopolk founded Myhailovsky Cathedral (Myhayl). Later lunch at Indian Cuisine Restaurant and after check in to your hotel. Rest of the day free

Day 3Kyiv- Private tour to Kyiv Pechersk Lavra Monastery and Motherland Monument

Breakfast at the hotel. Between 10:00 to 13:00 Private tour to Kyiv Pechersk Lavra Monastery and Motherland Monument – Kyiv Pechersk Lavra is Kyiv’s most famous tourist attraction, having been inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The Monastery Complex has been a beautiful decoration and a source of fame for Pechersk. It is the object of worship for all Orthodox Christians around the world. Multiple churches, towers, printing works, kilometers of maze-like underground tunnels containing numerous churches, and some of Kyiv’s richest museums can be found in this twenty-eight-hector active monastery. The Motherland Monument is one of Kyiv’s tourist attractions. The sculpture, which is part of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World Conflict, represents people’s achievements during the war. The monument’s majesty is truly breathtaking. Later Lunch at the Indian cuisine restaurant then transfer to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 4Kyiv - Private tour to Podil District, including Andrew’s Church and Panoramic Wheel

After Breakfast at the hotel, Later Private tour to Podil District, including Andrew’s Church and Panoramic Wheel Built-in 1754 by Italian architect Bartolomeo Rastrelli, who also created the Winter Palace in St Petersburg, the gold-and-blue baroque masterpiece that dominates the view as you go up Andriyivsky uzviz (descent) dominates the view. It’s a stunning rendition of the typical five-domed, cross-shaped Ukrainian church. As you descend, you’ll come across the beauties of Podil, the historical neighborhood where merchants and craftsmen formerly resided throughout the Kyivan Rus period. Countless beautiful churches, a river moorage, a market, and a variety of unique architecture may be found roaming the district’s narrow alleyways (including the panoramic wheel). Lunch at the Indian cuisine restaurant, then transfer to your hotel rest of the day at leisure.

Day 5Kyiv Departure

Breakfast at the hotel, Check out from the hotel. Later transfer to airport then depart from Kyiv.

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FAQ

Do Indian need a visa for Ukraine?

Yes, Indians do need a visa to enter Ukraine. For Business and Tourism purposes Indians get a visa on arrival which is the short-term single entry visa ‘C’ valid for only 15 days.

What is the best time to visit Ukraine?

The best time to visit Ukraine is the Summer Season. Both sides of the summer season last between May-June and September. One should visit Ukraine this time to experience pleasant weather and perfect for sightseeing.

What is the best gift from Ukraine?

The best gift from Ukraine can be its Honey, embroidered clothing item, pysanka, chocolates etc.

What is the traditional costume of Ukraine?

Ukraine’s traditional costume has a prominent color red with rich embroidery on folk motifs. The dress consists of a long skirt, blouse or tunic head wrap, and decorative headdresses.