You’ll discover the best of Europe with this ultimate 7 Days Ukraine Itinerary! I may be a tiny name to you, but this place spans a large territory. Moving from East to West, you’ll cover 1316 km. And, most surprisingly, each of the portions of Ukraine will have something new to offer you. Unique culture, traditions, and some very new and undiscovered historical heritage; that’s the plethora of beauty you are going to discover on your trip!
Day 1: Kiev
Day 2: Kharkov
Day 3: Odessa
Day 4: Dnipro
Day 5: Poltava and Relax Park Verholy
Day 6: Lviv
Day 7: Chernivtsi
Visit Kiev - There are a number of sightseeing opportunities for you in Kiev.
Explore another magic hidden in this piece of land. Kharkov is going to be that destination.
Move into another part of the country, Odessa. This is the perfect location for those travelers who are looking out for crowded clubs, wide beaches, and swanky restaurants.
Dnipro is a city located in the Western part of Ukraine! This city finds it pace with time as it makes for a rhythmic and modern part of Ukraine.
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Most International flights coming from different parts of the world come to Kiev. Today you’ll be flying to the Kiev International Airport. This city overwhelmingly welcomes travelers from around the globe and gives them all the opportunity to visit this beautiful part of Europe.
There are a number of sightseeing opportunities for you in Kiev. Today, you’ll be after reaching the airport you are going to meet your guide. He will be taking to your hotel in the heart of the city. After catching up some rest, in the remaining part of the day, you’ll venture out to see some architectural monuments.
It would an incredible experience strolling down Khreschatyk Street, trying out some half lemon ice cream and some delicious half-chocolate. You’ll also be visiting the Maidan Nezalezhnosti, which is the place where Revolution of Dignity has taken place. Then you are going to walk up above Mykhailivska Street to discover some of the most visited tourist destinations in Ukraine. You are going to see St. Sophia’s Cathedral and St. Michael’s Monastery, which is included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
You’ll love marveling at the incredible panorama of the entire Kiev city from St. Andrew’s Church viewpoint. In the evening, you can enjoy on the on the Poshtova Square around the Podol area. At the end of the day, enjoy a lavish dinner on the bank of Dnieper River.
The second day of your ultimate 7 Days Ukraine Itinerary and you are definitely going to explore another magic hidden in this piece of land. Kharkov is going to be your destination for today. Formerly Kharkov used to be the capital of Ukraine. This industrial metropolis has plenty of green parks, concrete buildings, and spacious squares. The triangle of cathedrals located in the historical center were all constructed in different styles including Baroque, Classical, and Gothic.
The Cascade Fountain is another tourist attraction in Kharkov. It flows down from the steep slope in Shevchenko Park. In the latter part of the day, you can enjoy visiting Gorky Park and a roller coaster ride.
This is the third day of your inspiring 7 Days Ukraine Itinerary and today you are going to move into another part of the country, Odessa. This is the perfect location for those travelers who are looking out for crowded clubs, wide beaches, and swanky restaurants.
Odessa, the port city located in the Southern Part of Ukraine on the port city is particularly a great destination for travelers who enjoy a cultural & party experience together. This place is particularly known for its 19th-century architecture and amazing beaches that include Ballet Theater and the Odessa Opera.
The Kompot Café is a huge space and is a particularly cool place to relax for those who are of the idea that breakfast serves the most nourishing and important meal of the day. Some of the best tourist attractions in Odessa are Ballet Theater, Deribasovskaya Street, and The Potemkin Stairs. The best thing is that they are located in the vicinity of each other and be reached on feet. That makes it easy to travel all of them in a single day. In the end, look for a restaurant to enjoy a lavish dinner by the sea.
Dnipro is a city located in the Western part of Ukraine! This city finds it pace with time as it makes for a rhythmic and modern part of Ukraine. Most of the locals enjoy their part of the day at Kateryna Slavski Boulevard. Here you’ll get to see swanky restaurants, modern shops, and stylish cafes. It’s all of this that makes this place one of the best tourist attractions in Ukraine.
In addition to that, Dnipro is a Museum hub! From the Aerospace Museum to the National Historical Museum, the Museum of Vintage Cars, and many more this place will show you the perfect mix of class, beauty, and elegance. When you are in the city, you cannot miss taking a walk through the wharf, which is the longest in entire Europe covering a distance of 30 km.
On the fifth day of your ultimate 7 Days Ukraine Itinerary you’ll be venturing out to reach Poltava. It is advisable to start off a little earlier so that you could enjoy a perfectly delicious breakfast sitting quietly in the shade at Meat & Wine Café. After done move towards the Poltava Art Museum.
At the Poltava Art Museum, you’ll get to see a wide collection of ethnographic. Also, there’s scope to see many domestic and International artworks. After you are done here, just head towards the Verholy Relax Park. you’ll see here open-air swimming pools, fresh air, wild nature, and many spas. This incredible part of your 7 Days Ukraine Tour will prepare you for the last two days of the trip.
This is the sixth day of your 7 Days ultimate Ukraine Itinerary! Today you are moving to the next part of Ukraine. This part of the tour has been designed to discover the West of Ukraine, which is considered an inspirational source not only for the travelers but also for the locals.
One thing to note when you are in Lviv is that you cannot go with the term Diet! It’s a center of vibrant cafes and restaurants. The historical architecture of this part of the country is worth noticing while you are moving from one part to another. You’ll get a great deal of beauty here to see including the Lviv Theatre of Opera and Ballet, cathedrals of amazing beauty, Market Square, and the town hall.
This is the last day of your Ukraine tour and you’ll be visiting Chernivtsi. This place is just 271 km away from Lviv. But, in this small distance, you’ll get to realize the huge cultural gap. Chernivtsi is an education and economic center of Ukraine for having its routes in the 20th century Romanian territories.
The National University of Chernivtsi is one of the most visited tourist places in Ukraine. It’s amazing to see the multi-colored tiled roof of this place. There are plenty of cozy restaurants and cafes where you can relax and enjoy the day noticing the life of the locals. This is the last part of your trip. You’ll be returning to your hotel and will be preparing yourself for the next day visit back home. Hope this has been an amazing trip!