Kharkiv

Also commonly spelled Kharkov, Kharkiv is Ukraine’s second-largest city, and with about a million and a half people, and a main cultural, educational and industrial city for the country. Founded in the 17th century, the city is in Ukraine’s northeast (not far from the Russian border) and served briefly as its capital in the early 20th century, after it became a Soviet republic. Kharkiv’s top attractions include its zoo, its history museum, Freedom (Svoboda) Square and the Holy Shroud Cathedral.

Gorky Central Park of Culture and Leisure

Central Park of Culture and Rest in Kharkov - the best theme park in Ukraine, one of the best in Europe. This is confirmed by a number of awards and positive feedback from our visitors, including Tripadvisor users. The park consists of several thematic zones, each decorated in its own style. In the park there are attractions for all ages - from children to the extreme.

Constitution Square

This square’s name was changed many times. Originally Nikolaev square, later Teveleva square, Soviet Ukraine square ,finally Constitution square. On the south-western side of the Nikolaev Square (Soviet Ukraine Square) there were trade houses of Dobrinin (1880), in place of which in 1915-1916 a house of insurance company 'Russia' was built (Labor Palace) as well as a shop of Ponamarev's and...