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Lviv: Cozy streets, fascinating monuments; Lviv: "Horseshoe" Castle tour; Crimean resort of Yalta; Livadia Palace, site of 1945 Yalta Conference; Noble, historic Odesa; Little-known Moldova
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Fri 13 Jun 2014||Thu 26 Jun 2014||$4190|
|Sat 13 Sep 2014||Fri 26 Sep 2014||$4190|
|Fri 12 Jun 2015||Thu 25 Jun 2015||$4190|
|Sat 12 Sep 2015||Fri 25 Sep 2015||$4190|
Optional Single Supplement: $1100 (number of singles limited).
The journey of discovery through Ukraine will begin in Kyiv. Some of its ancient cathedrals and monasteries serve as beautiful museums, while others still function as they have done for years. Learn about the tragic history of the Ukrainian Jewish population as you travel through the city's suburbs. Lviv, the center of Western Ukraine, has an intricate labyrinth of streets that are lined with buildings rich in architectural merit and you will have the chance to witness spectacular panoramic views atop the many hills that support ancient castles. Take a trip to the Crimea where not only Ukrainians travel for vacation but where the rest of Eastern Europe goes to experience the Black Sea. The old summer home of Tsar Nicholas II is testament to the appeal of the Crimea's serenity. Odessa, on the opposite end of Ukraine, is another coastal city that has its own value. Travel though the underground tunnels that span the city or climb up the famous Marine Stairway, the largest stairway in the world. We finish in charming Moldova, known for its wines!
Sally W. (Delray Beach, FL, US)
He (Ondrej) was totally hands on, and pro active, making sure we always had enough time for dinner, and checked constantly with each local guide to make sure reservations were being made at the right time for dinner, and he even had us order our main course in advance in some restaurants so we would not be waiting endlessly to be served.
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