MMGY Travel Intelligence says most Americans intend to follow through with their travels despite the war in Ukraine.
European lawmakers voted 521 to 75 (with 36 EU lawmakers abstaining) to grant Ukrainians with biometric passports the right to visit visa-free the EU for up to 90 days.
Hoverla is the highest mountain in Ukraine, and a popular hiking destination, attracting tourists every season. Visit in August to celebrate Independence Day with the locals.
Georgians and Ukrainians may soon travel visa-free to the countries within the Schengen zone. The European Union approved visa liberalization for Georgia at the beginning of February, and the new law could grant Georgians visa-free travel within the EU by the end of March 2017. Ukraine, on the other hand, will have to wait for visa-free […]
Many Ukrainians decorate their Christmas trees with artificial spiders and spider webs. The tradition is rooted in the story of the Christmas spider.
More than 100 participants are expected at Odessa during the 48th MedCruise General Assembly at Hotel Bristol, a round table meeting dedicated to cruise and yacht tourism.
With the summer season in full swing now news from Bulgaria’s tourism industry tells of Black Sea resorts there in dire need of skilled workers to meet demand. According to the director of labor there, Dobrich Vasil Sivkov, there’s hundreds of vacancies in the industry.
The situation in Ukraine has the world on pins and needles as chaos prevails almost nationwide there. Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier has gone so far as to warn that the crisis may turn into war in eastern Europe.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:HOT) plans to open a hotel in Kiev by 2015: Aloft.
This Saturday evening in Koktebel the Museum of Maximilian Voloshin will host an international event, “Night at the Museum”, which will commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the poet’s house. Each year in this part of the Crimea, museums all celebrate International Museum Day, a festive program with readings, exhibits and special programs for visitors.
Opening in Kiev May 16 at the Small Gallery of Art Arsenal, an exhibition of Xenia Gnilitskaya Kolorotest will feature a series of paintings of the artist.
It’s a sure bet if you are from the United States or even the UK, probably anyplace in Western Europe even, the city of Bilhorod-Dnistrovskyi is as foreign a name and place to you as Mars or Pluto. But if you only knew, the seaside wonder probably would not be for long.