Ukraine

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Lonely Planet, 2005 - Travel - 216 pages
3 Reviews
Be dazzled by the golden domes of myriad Orthodox cathedrals, be awed by the monumental Stalinist architecture of Kyiv, be inspired by the breathtaking natural beauty of the Crimean peninsula. On the edge of Europe, Ukraine is a land of the unconventional and quirky, a unique mix of cosmopolitan and Soviet, and this insightful guide shows you how to make the most of it all.
Read All About It - Ukraine's colorful political events and fascinating history explained
Find Adventure - ice fishing, mountain biking, caving and skiing are just some of the activities on offer
Rest Easy in rural homestays or refurbished Soviet hotels - reviews to suit every budget
Get Around - 35 detailed maps include Cyrillic for easy navigation
Talk The Talk - our practical language guide helps you chat to the locals: budmo!

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Review: Ukraine (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Meg - A Bookish Affair - Goodreads

In light of my impending trip to Ukraine, I got this book from the library to see whether or not it would be beneficial to buy my own copy to bring with me on my trip. I really thought this was a good ... Read full review

Review: Ukraine (Lonely Planet Country Guide)

User Review  - Kirill - Goodreads

As all Lonely Planet books I've owned, this one is by all means very useful, but already dated in some respects. Still it seems to be the most complete guidebook to Ukraine for Westerners. Buy locally published guidebooks in Ukraine for more detailed exploration. Read full review

Contents

Highlights
6
Snapshot
17
The Culture
25
Copyright

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