A Perfect Week Itinerary To Spend Time In Ukraine

Ukraine comprises a broader territory whose each region contains varied and unique culture and tradition including a stunning historical heritage. 7 days are completely enough to travel in Ukraine all around. Therefore, below mentioned are the most interesting routes to travel to the best of Ukraine which also have a lot to offer to the tourists.

Trip At A Glance:

Day 1: Arrival in Kiev

Day 2: From Kiev to Kharkov

Day 3: Odessa

Day 4: Dnipro

Day 5: Relax Park Verholy and Poltava

Day 6: Lviv 

Day 7: Chernivtsi

Trip Highlights:

  • Explore the architectural monuments, Khreschatyk Street, Maidan Nezalezhnosti, Independence Square and much more in Kiev
  • A pool of Spacious Squares, Concrete Buildings, and Green Parks awaits you at Kharkov
  • Explore the beaches and crowded clubs of Odessa
  • Get introduced to the modern city that keeps pace with time - Dnipro
  • Visit the Poltava Art Museum which enriches with an ethnographic assortment including the international and domestic artwork


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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Kiev

Kiev gladly meets and welcomes all the newcomers warmly and introduces all with a pool of sightseeing and other sceneries. Fall in love with:

  • Architectural monuments

  • Khreschatyk Street (especially taste its half-chocolate and half-lemon ice cream)

  • Maidan Nezalezhnosti

  • Independence Square (here the Revolution of Dignity had happened).

  • Mykhailivska Street

  • St. Sophia’s Cathedral and St. Michael’s Monastery (comes under the list of UNESCO Sites)

After visiting all such places, come down towards the Pool area where spending an evening at the Poshtova Square becomes mandatory and worthy. Add four moon passion by having a dinner of your choice at the banks of Dnieper River.

Day 2: From Kiev to Kharkov

After Kiev another worth city to visit is Kharkov. Kharkov is Ukraine’s former capital. It holds a pool of  

  • Spacious Squares

  • Concrete Buildings

  • Green Parks

As per the concerns of its historical center, it contains a triangle of cathedrals that are constructed in varied architectural forms and styles such as Classical, Gothic and Baroque. Alongside this, the best place to visit is the Cascade Fountain. It flows down towards the steep slope present inside the Shevchenko Park. In the evening, discover the Gorky Park to have the adventurous rides of the roller coasters.

Day 3: Odessa

The city is meant for the following:

  • Beaches

  • Crowded clubs

  • Posh panoramic restaurants

This is the most welcoming destination for the travelers. The people who are fond of partying and experience then, this place is for you. For this desire, Kompot Café is the best choice. However, apart from this, the must-see spots are:

  • The Potemkin Stairs

  • The Odessa Opera

  • The Ballet Theater

  • Deribasovskaya Street

All of them are situated by and within walking distance. Say a goodbye to Odessa by having a lunch and dinner at Svecha or P1 Prosecco Bar.

Day 4: Dnipro

Dnipro is the most modern city that keeps pace with time. When it comes to the Kateryna Slavski Boulevard, it is one of the most wanted places by the tourists. Dnipro is blessed with a lot of museums. The must discover museums are:

  • National Historical Museum

  • Aerospace Museum

  • Museum of Vintage Cars

And a lot more.

Day 5: Relax Park Verholy and Poltava

The best and worthy time to reach Poltava is early morning and have a breakfast at Shade Meat & Wine Café. Before afternoon visits the Poltava Art Museum which enriches with an ethnographic assortment including the international and domestic artwork. In the evening, move towards the Verholy Relax Park and enjoy the spa, open-air swimming pools and much more that would strengthen you like anything.

Day 6: Lviv

Lviv is Ukraine’s western capital which is highly fledged with cafes and restaurants. Assure yourself to pay a high attention towards all the historic places of Lviv. Along the paths, you would also find:

  • Market Square

  • Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet

  • The town hall

  • Cathedrals

  • Amazing Scenic beauty

And much more of such concerns and relevance.

Day 7: Chernivtsi

Since the 20th century, Chernivtsi has become an educational and economic center. Its major site is the National University of Chernivtsi and a roof lines up with different kinds of the multi-colored tiles. When it comes to the main street, it is highly occupied with a pool of cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy the meals.


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