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Palanok Castle, also known as Mukachevo Castle, is one of Ukraine’s most unique historical landmarks. It’s located in the city of Mukachevo (also spelt Mukacheve) and was constructed on a former volcanic hill, giving it a dramatic appeal. It shoots up from the valley below and dominates the landscape. Its historic allure coupled with striking scenery makes visiting Palanok Castle one of the coolest things to do in Ukraine. Whether you’re touring to check out the architecture, discover the history, or admire the views, you’re in for a real treat. And the good news is, there are multiple options for visiting it.
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These tours offer a fabulous way to explore Palanok Castle as well as other attractions in Western Ukraine. Each offers something slightly different so there’s something for everyone.
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10
PROS:
  • Learn the history from your guide
  • Visit the castle and other sites
  • Transportation included
CONS:
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Time spent at the castle is limited
  • Itinerary is not flexible
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Surrounded by rolling green grass and nodding purple flowers, Khotyn Fortress is like something out of a fairytale. Much like the bed-time stories of the medieval era, Khotyn Fortress hides a grim history behind the striking appearance. A tour through this interesting piece of medieval architecture is a great opportunity to learn about Ukraine’s archaic history.
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$817.00
Now one of the most important tourist centers of Bukovina, Khotyn Fortress is a popular attraction in Ukraine. A trip to this gigantic castle fort is a worthwhile experience. Friends and family of all ages will enjoy these daytime tours and learn a little more about Ukraine’s interesting background. Step through the bolted doors and back in time to the days of warring and warriors with these affordable Khotyn Fortress Tours.
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4
Location
8
Value For Money
6
PROS:
  • Short distance from Cernauti / Chernivtsi
  • Private transportation and tour guide
  • Interesting way to learn Ukraine’s history
CONS:
  • Long walk from the car park to the fortress
  • Food not included in tour costs
  • Fort may be closed during historical festival days
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The largest historic and technical museum in Eastern Europe is located right next to the Zhulyany Airport in Kyiv, Ukraine. The Oleg Antonov Museum was inaugurated in 2003 which marked the 100th anniversary of world Aviation and the National Aviation University’s 80th anniversary. Kyiv boasts some of the best museums that the country has to offer with the National Museum of the History of Ukraine also being located in the major city. The aviation museum only had 33 items at the start and now the showcase has grown to more than 90. These are a collection of planes and drones that were used by the Soviet Air Force and independent Ukraine. A few of the items were also operated in civil aviation.
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Discover the past by visiting the Ukraine State Aviation Museum and discover the aircraft used in the Soviet era.
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7
Location
7
Fun
6
Value For Money
6
PROS:
  • Great guides
  • Tours are available in different languages
  • Transport inclusive
CONS:
  • No added amenities to the tours
  • Entrance fee isn’t always included
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Kiev, often also spelled Kyiv, is the capital city of Ukraine. Once under Soviet rule, the city has transformed immensely since it got freedom. Today, it is filled with many tourist hotspots for various travelers, including history enthusiasts. The city is filled with religious history, grand architecture and is a cultural capital for Ukraine. Many people visit Kiev for its beautiful churches, monasteries, and cathedrals. It has two UNESCO world heritage sites, the St. Sophia Cathedral and Kiev-Pechersk Lava. There are a few ways to enjoy Kiev’s architecture and religious heritage sights. While the beautiful Kiev can be enjoyed above ground, there is an underground world just as interesting to explore. There is a list of different underground tours available. From tours of monasteries to tours of missile bases. One thing is for sure, you’ll never run out of things to do in Kiev.  
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The underground tours available are a good way to see Kiev from a unique perspective. All of the tours allow visitors to see what life was like a few decades ago under the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, none of the tours are wheelchair accessible or suitable for people with claustrophobia because of the tight spaces. These are interesting tours to take for people interested in the military and Soviet war history.
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Value for Money
7
Fun
7
PROS:
  • A chance to see Kiev from a different perspective
  • Knowledgeable tour guides
CONS:
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not suitable for people who are claustrophobic
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Often when hearing ‘tunnel of love’ people imagine swan boats and romantic trips down a lazy river. The Tunnel of Love railway in Ukraine, however, is something else completely. This mysterious railway track is entirely encapsulated inside luscious green foliage. Like something out of a fairytale, the train tracks cut directly through a dense forest with the tree-tops meeting to form a perfect arch. Dubbed one of the most romantic places in Ukraine next to Nikitsky Botanical Garden, a walk through this 5km viridescent corridor is a whimsical experience.
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$214.00
Ukraine is no stranger to a wide variety of odd attractions. The Tunnel of Love, hidden in the forests of Klevan is but one of these enticing oddities. A magical trip through this green canopy is an unmissable experience. Marvel at the continuous collision of human technology and nature that makes the Tunnel of Love the iconic scene that it is.
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5.1
Location
8
Value For Money
7
PROS:
  • Short distance from the historic town of Lutsk
  • Transportation is included
  • Personalized experience and many options
CONS:
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Food not included and no restaurants nearby
  • Beware of pesky mosquitoes in the warm weather
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The abandoned city of Chernobyl is a popular tourist hot spot for daring travelers. Nuclear power plant tours around this morbidly intriguing attraction have been growing in popularity recently. Following the release of the HBO Chernobyl series, tours around the infamous Chernobyl exclusion zone are now on everyone’s travel list. Touring the city of Chernobyl is an interesting dive into the past and a cautionary tale of the future. This eerie landscape, devoid of life, is a prominent part of Ukraine’s history. A level of respect should be kept for the past citizens of Chernobyl when paying a visit to the area. With that in mind, there are a number of different touring options to choose from when planning your exploration. Let’s take a look at the best of them.
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$103.00
Visiting Chernobyl is as close as we can get to stepping into a time machine. However, while Chernobyl has stood frozen in time since 1986, the city will have crumbled completely by the next 100 years. The time to visit is now. Don’t miss the chance to tour this ghostly wasteland before it has disappeared entirely.
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5
Location
10
Value For Money
8
PROS:
  • Short distance from Kias
  • Meals included in many of the options
  • Large variety of touring options
CONS:
  • Not safe for pregnant tourists or children
  • Paperwork and ID necessary for access
  • Food could be limited
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Ukraine is an Eastern European country and is the second-largest country in Europe after its neighbour, Russia. Its dynamic capital Kiev is located on the Dnieper River in north-central Ukraine. Some describe Ukraine as large, diverse, and mostly undiscovered. It’s a nation filled with colourful traditions, breathtaking natural landscapes, and a rich, but somewhat painful history. There are many treasures to discover in Ukraine, and we’ve listed the best tours to help you discover some of Ukraine’s national gems.
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The National Museum of The History of Ukraine and the National Museum of The History of Ukraine in The Second World War are two of the most important monuments in Ukraine. Tours of both museums are a great way to learn about the history and development of Kiev.
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8
Location
9
Value for money
8.5
Fun
8
PROS:
  • Some tours combine multiple attractions
  • Great way to learn about Kiev’s history
  • Some tours include hotel pickup & drop off
  • Tours are available in multiple languages
CONS:
  • Most tours are not wheelchair accessible
  • Food and drinks are not included
  • Not all tours include the cost of the entrance fees of the museums.
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The Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre is one of the most renowned attractions in Ukraine. Nestled in the heart of Odessa, it is the oldest theatre in the city. It is a great example of beautiful Ukrainian architecture. Here you’ll find an entranceway with sculptures representing Greek mythology and theatre art. The Odessa theatre’s design features a French rococo style with antique columns and stunning arches. From the magnificent ceiling paintings to the velvet seating, the interior design will leave visitors in awe. The theatre also has a collection of performances such as ballet, concert programs, children’s plays, and over 80 operas. Additionally, the National Ballet of Odessa has over 25 performances in its repertoire. Touring the historic building is one of the best things to do in Odessa.
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Touring the Odessa Opera and Ballet Theatre is truly a memorable experience. Here you’ll discover the rich history and awe-inspiring architecture. It is near several of the city’s main attractions that provide an enjoyable adventure for all.
Location
8.5
Value for money
8
Fun
8.5
PROS:
  • Small groups and most tours are private
  • Informative commentary from local guides
  • The tours include free cancellation (within 24 hours)
CONS:
  • Food and drinks are not included
  • Most tours are not wheelchair accessible
  • Most tours do not provide hotel pickup and drop-off
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Odessa is often called the “pearl of the Black Sea”, and for good reason. Situated on terraced hills overlooking the coastline, this seaport city draws crowds of tourists every summer. The city has much to offer its visitors - from sunny beaches to quaint courtyards and spacious parks, there are many places to explore in this part of Ukraine. If you are looking for things to do in Odessa, a visit to one of the local vineyards should definitely be on your list. Ukraine has a well-established wine industry with a wide variety of Odessa wines for you to discover. We have put together a list with our top picks of tours to local vineyards which are certain to delight you. And if you are interested in architecture and history too, why not combine your wine tasting tour with a visit to the famous medieval Akkerman fortress.
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Explore Odessa’s vineyards and taste some of the finest wines the city has to offer. The available tours let you spend between 3 to 7 hours learning about winemaking in addition to the tastings. Ask questions of your experienced tour guide and learn more about Ukraine’s history in the wine industry.
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8
Location
9
Value for money
8.5
PROS:
  • High-quality wine tasting as part of every tour
  • Learn about wine making from a professional guide
  • Pick-up and drop-off at your hotel in a private vehicle
CONS:
  • Tours are quite expensive
  • No food or drinks provided during tours
  • Most tours are not wheelchair accessible
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Odessa Catacombs is a maze of tunnels that you can find joy in exploring. The Ukraine catacombs are located under the city of Odessa and are a mixture of basements, drainage tunnels, bunkers, storm drains, and natural caves. These historical tunnels are what bring tourists to the city. History lovers can see the Catacombs hundreds of years later, after it’s initial use as a hiding place during the second world war. Know before you book
  • Crowded during peak season
  • Transportation is not always guaranteed
  • Not suitable for anyone with back issues
  • Not wheelchair accessible
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Take a tour of Odessa Catacombs and find yourself in awe by the largest catacombs system in the world which was used in World War 2.
Comfort
6
Location
8
Fun
8
Value For Money
9
PROS:
  • Great guides
  • Tours are available in different languages
  • Catacombs are accessible yearly
CONS:
  • Not suited for people with back problems or wheelchairs
  • Transportation isn’t offered by all the tours
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