5 of the Most Unique and Interesting Places to Visit in the Ukraine

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If you’ve read about the Ukraine, you probably already know about mainstream places for tourists like Kyiv and Lviv. These are two of the most famous cities and are definitely worth visiting. However, for travelers interested in a more enriching and interesting experience, the following list might offer a lot more satisfaction.


1. Tour to Chernobyl

Because of the nuclear disaster of 1986, Chernobyl has become one of the most interesting places to visit not only in the Ukraine, but in the entire world as well. Even today, more than 35 years after the tragic catastrophe that befell the area and took the lives of countless brave individuals, Chernobyl is still not entirely safe. Fortunately, the remarkable day trips available at chernobylstory.com will help you piece together the story and visit Chernobyl in a safe and elegant way, without getting too close to areas that are still affected by the aftermath of the nuclear meltdown.

2. The Rich History of Lutsk

Visitors to the Ukraine looking to check out some genuine ancient history of the area will love the town of Lutsk in Northern Ukraine. This city dates back to the year 1085 AD, and it’s one of the most amazing places for studying the history of the Lithuanian Kingdom, the Russian Empire, the Polish Kingdom and the Tatars – all known as nations and people that were closely associated with the town throughout history.

3. Check Out the Impressive Kamenets Podolsky Castle 

Found a short distance away from the Old Town area in Kamianets-Podilskyi, the Kamenets Podolsky Castle is definitely a sight to behold and one of the worthiest places to visit, if you plan to go to the Ukraine as a tourist and a history buff. The fortress features a unique and interesting architecture, and it has been around since before the 14th century AD. You should definitely take the tour inside the castle as well as in the old town to explore some unique and mysterious areas that are even more remarkable to behold during the night.

4. The Beauty and Solitude of Dzharylhach Island

Dzharylhach Island is probably one of the most beautiful places in the Ukraine, and for good reason. Known as the largest uninhabited island in the country, Dzharylhach Island is one of the most underrated places you can visit. It’s located in the Black Sea, and while its popularity is increasing among Ukrainian travelers, foreigners still don’t know much about it, and some have never even heard of it. You can reach the island by ferry from the mainland and visit it to enjoy the sight of dolphins playing close to the shore, the pristine, crystal clear waters surrounding it, and the diverse and interesting wildlife present on the mainland.

5. Ukraine’s Unusual Pink Lake

The Pink Lake might be one of the places on this list that you’ve actually heard about. Located on Arabatska Strilka, the lake is actually close to one of the more popular tourist destinations of the country, and it’s easily one of the most beautiful and special places that you have to visit. The water remains pink here because of the presence of an unusual type of algae known as Dunaliella Salina. The landscape, the health-inducing high concentration of salt and the pure natural beauty of the area will make you want to visit this place as often as possible once you actually get there for the first time.

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