Why do Americans go to Kharkov

To do during your trip to Ukraine go to Kharkov, there are at least two good reasons.

First-this is one of the largest cities and scientific center of Ukraine. Here 142 research Institute, 45 Universities (two of which are in the list of the best in the world), 80 libraries and 16 museums. You literally will be bored.

Secondly, there is now great weather. Summer in Kharkiv can be conventionally divided into two «podstava»: may-June in the city humid, but the heat and don’t have to escape from the scorching heat that starts in July and lasts until the last summer days.

If you are not afraid of rain, now is the perfect time to visit. To check how is the weather today and whether to take an umbrella, you can www.057.ua where there are predictions on every day.

What to do if you are already in place? TripAdvisor picked the top 5 places that simply must be visited by every tourist and we totally agree with him.

Annunciation Cathedral Why do Americans go to Kharkovshutterstock

Founded in the 17th century, the Cathedral is one of the major gems of Kharkov. Worthy of your attention though, because it is the biggest size of the Cathedral in Eastern Europe. Close to the classic Byzantine style, one of the most recognized symbols of the city.

The fountain «Mirror stream»

Another recognizable symbol of Kharkov —the Mirror (Glass) with a jet opposite the Kharkov Opera and ballet theatre. In fact, is a gazebo and fountain, built in the 47th year of the same project as their counterparts in Kislovodsk. The image of the «Mirror stream» is often used in the logo, representing the symbol of the city.

Central Park of culture Gorky Why do Americans go to Kharkovshutterstock

What tourist does not look in the main Park of the city — and this is the main Park of Kharkov. Founded in the 19th century: its creators were inspired by the alleys of the Bois de Boulogne. Now here, besides, there are numerous attractions, including one of the biggest in Ukraine Ferris wheel.

Kharkov Dolphinarium

One of the largest Dolphinarium in the former Soviet Union — and yet there is a pool for Dolphin therapy.

The city garden named after Shevchenko

As the Park of culture Gorky, was founded in the 19th century. Among other things, there is the famous monument to Taras Shevchenko.

What we must remember American tourists in Ukraine:
Without a visa, U.S. citizens can stay in the country longer than 90 days. For all inquiries please contact the United States Embassy in Ukraine.