CRUISING THE VOLGA RIVER IN RUSSIA AND THE DNIEPER RIVER IN THE UKRAINE: Discover Russia and the Ukraine along their natural highways with a cruise through the imperial rivers and lakes. Whether it’s Moscow’s golden onion domes and red-walled Kremlin, the legendary palaces and canals of St. Petersburg, or the romantic vastnesses of the Ukraine […]
Planning a Dnieper River Cruise (Ukraine), but not sure what to expect? Our day-by-day activities list, coupled with our comments and comprehensive Ukraine photo galleries will give you an insight into this interesting country before they leave.
End of our Dnieper River Cruise and we arrange our own airport transfer to Kiev Airport.
Kiev is one of the oldest cities in all of Europe and therefore called “Mother of Cities”. There are lots to see here, including Sophia Cathedral, Monastery of the Caves, Golden Gate and many other exquisite churches and other attractions.
A full day of cruising along the Dnieper River to Kiev. The Dnieper is the most significant river in the Ukraine and the third longest in Europe…
“Footsteps of the Cossacks” is the name of this Ukraine river cruise and today in Zaporozhye we take a walk in their footsteps to learn about their culture, military capabilities and their great horsemanship…
A scenic cruise along the Dnieper river delta takes us to Fishermen’s Island, a quaint fishing village. We enjoy the hospitality of the locals and have an insight into their traditional lifestyle before returning to our river boat.
One more chance to explore the sightseeing attractions of Yalta before our river boat sets sail for Kherson and the Fishermen’s Island.
Yalta, as a holiday destination, has a lot to offer visitors. It is rich in history and is scene of the 1945 Yalta Conference. Its nice summer weather has attracted Tsars and other aristocrats to build their summer palaces here in the past and these days Russian tourists flock down here to soak in the summer sun and all the entertainment that Yalta has to offer.
Yalta became famous internationally when Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin met at the Livadia Palace to discuss the shape of Europe post World War II. Livadia Palace was also the summer palace of Tsar Nikolas II and a visit to the Palace provides an insight into the lives of the royal family.