Tourist guide

Transportation system

Ukraine has convenient network of transportation, and if you know how it functions you can quickly and easily reach any required destination.

Major hubs, that receive people from abroad and transport passengers within Ukraine, are airports and train stations. International airports are in Kiev, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk, Mariupol, Kryvyi Rih, Chernivtsi, Luhansk, Mykolaiv, Simferopol, Uzhhorod, Odessa and Rivne. Ukrainian airports provide comfortable transportation from/to abroad and within Ukrainian borders.

Any large city is connected to Ukrainian railway network. Train stations in major cities have daily routes from/to major cities of Europe. Railway tickets and air flights can be booked online or you can purchase tickets in the booking offices at the railway stations, airports and throughout the city.

Another widely-used way of traveling is bus travel. In large cities there are usually several bus stations that transport passengers to the suburbs or to other Ukrainian cities. In addition, bus stations in big cities offer trips in comfortable high-class buses to various European destinations. Bus tickets can be purchased at the bus stations, in the booking offices throughout the city and also via the web.

In order to feel safe in foreign environment it’s best to have someone who knows local environment perfectly. The easiest way is to get it done is to hire escort girls from Ukrainian escort agencies. These girls are professionals who are trained to accompany foreign tourists – any of escort girls can serve as a guide and give many useful recommendations concerning Ukrainian traditions.

Every Ukrainian city has complex public transportation network which can transport you to different regions of the city. Kiev, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk have subways that provide quick and convenient transportation. In Kryvyi Rih you can travel by metro trams.

Actually, the most popular public transport in Ukraine is minibuses. Also you can use street trams, trolleybuses and buses to travel around the town. If you plan to stay in some city for longer period of time, it’s advised to purchase travel ticket. Thus you can save some money and avoid standing in lines. Actually public transport in Ukraine is less expensive that in other European states. For example, minibus fare is 2-3 UAH ($0,25-0,33 USD), subway trip will cost you even less.

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