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Travel to Ukraine

Orthodox temples in Ukraine

As with most European countries, Ukrainians were originally a pagan nation of idol worshippers. In 988 AD, Prince Vladimir the Great of Kiev accepted Orthodox Christianity and brought the entire country under the influence of the Byzantine Empire. The period was characterized by mass baptisms, when many of the Prince’s subjects converted to Christianity. Despite changes over the past 1000 years, Ukrainian Orthodox Christianity remains the main religion of Ukraine today, with some 70% of Ukrainians still claiming to belong to this faith. Continue reading

Main part of a Kiev Tour Guide Presentation

Kreenets - Private Tour Guide

Tour Commentaries are the narratives tour guides use to describe a sight and provide information about various aspects of Ukraine country to passengers while on a ukrainian tour. This is generally referred to as “guidespeak”. Continue reading

Hetman Capital City of Baturyn in Ukraine

Hetman Fortress national historical and cultural reserve in Baturyn, Ukraine

Baturyn (Baturin) is a historic town in the Chernihiv Oblast in the North of Ukraine. It is located in the Bakhmach district of the oblast, on the banks of the Seym River. The current estimated population is 3,066.

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Reasons to be surprised in Kiev

  1. Kiev Pechersk Lavra - Kiev Tours
  2. Springtime. Ukrainian winters are long and cold but you’re lucky enough to be in Kiev in May/June – the burst of green shoots, blossoming trees and smiling people in Kiev will warm your soul. Continue reading

Tour Guides in Ukraine

Kiev Pechersk Lavra

There is the generic definition of “tour guides” in the Ukrainian tourism industry which was established in the “soviet time”. Kiev (or Ukrainian) Tour Guides should assist the visitor in seeing the place in an excellent, unique way. Mostly all Tour Guides in Ukraine should see the career as being an international tour guide. After all, the type of visitor to the attraction or sight may be local, regional or international.

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Interesting Ukraine – Best Places


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Kiev Private Tour Guide`s Obligations and Сapabilities

Kiev private tour guide

This is just a general idea worked out by our Kiev Tour Guide Group Travel2Ukraine of what a tour guide obligations and capabilities can be.

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Gustyn Holy-Trinity Monastery

Gustyn Holy-Trinity Monastery

Pryluky or Priluki is a city located on the Udai River in the Chernihiv Oblast, north-central Ukraine. Serving as the administrative center of the Prylutsky district. The city boasts various monuments of national importance, including the Cossack regiment treasury, Gustyn Holy-Trinity Monastery, various churches and ancient cathedrals.

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Ukrainian Christmas Food – Kutya

Ukrainian Kutya
Ukrainians celebrate Christmas every year on January 6. The Ukrainian Orthodox church goes by the Julian calendar which reckons Christmas day on the first week of January. Continue reading

Find a personal tour guide in Ukraine. Kiev

personal tour guide in KIev

To be a Private Tour Guide in Kiev
Many travelers know where they want to go and what they want to do, but the more in-depth local information any traveler has the better. A tour guide is very familiar with a particular neighborhood in the area! A tour guide has special knowledge of the history of a city! A tour guide is involved in the art, music, hiking, biking, shopping, club, pub, or restaurant scene!

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