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The Bradt Travel Guide
Tour Ukraine. A travel guide to read before, during and after
a trip to Ukraine, this book features comprehensive practical
information, while revealing the country's personality through
in-depth exploration of its history, culture and natural beauty.
Traditional churches, monasteries and sacred sites provide a
contrast to the notorious but compelling landmark of Chernobyl.
Andrew Evans shows how Ukraine can easily be explored by rail,
river cruise or sea ferry, and also on foot, the ideal way to
take in the rustic villages of old-world Europe, with short
walks and long-distance treks. The guide offers side trips into
Moldova, Belarus and Eastern Europe, as well as a region-by-region
guide to the Ukrainian provinces, including the stunning Crimean
peninsula. It features detailed coverage of Kiev, the birthplace
of Slavic civilization, and a cruising guide for Kiev, the Dnipr
and the Black Sea. There is also a language section in Ukrainian
and Travel Guide to Ukraine
Tour Ukraine. This best-selling guide to scenic and culturally
rich Ukraine has been completely revised and updated for this
fourth edition. Detailed information regarding visas and customs,
airlines, tours, hotels, shopping, sites of interest, insight
into Ukrainian history, culture and local traditions, plus new
colour photographs and maps make Language and Travel Guide to
Ukraine is a goldmine of information for travellers.
Kiev (CitySpots) Cityspots Kiev takes you straight to the heart of the Ukrainian capital that has become famous for the orange revolution. Invigorated by the 2004 events and with its 1,500 years of history, Kiev offers city-break options beyond the traditional central European circuit. Kiev's highlights include: Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square), site of the Orange Revolution - Kiev's main street, Khreschatyk; the 13-domed cathedral of St Sophia, Golden Gate, Marinsky Palace, St Vladimir's Cathedral, all in Pechersk (old centre of the city); traditional meals such as borscht washed down with vodka; a visit to the hydro park in Dnepr About the market; direct flights from London; and a visa-free travel has been extended indefinitely for tourists from the EU and Switzerland.
Best of Ukrainian Cuisine
Now updated with a complete list of menu terms in Ukrainian
and English, this unique cookbook presents both traditional
and contemporary Ukrainian cuisine in an easy-to-use menu format.
Ukrainian dishes call for a variety of ingredients including
natural products such as meat, poultry, fish, mushrooms, eggs,
vegetables and fruits. Here is a comprehensive guide to Ukrainian
cooking, including favourites like: zakusky (appetisers), ioushky
(cabbage soup), kasha (buckwheat groats), pyrizhky (stuffed
pastries), and medovyky (honey cakes).
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