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Riding the Metro (Subway) in Ukraine

Riding the Metro (Subway) in Ukraine Three cities in Ukraine boast an underground subway system — Kiev, Kharkov, and Dnepropetrovsk — usually referred to as the "metro." The Kiev metro is most extensive, with three lines and over 40 stops. Kharkov also has three lines, and Dnepropetrovsk just one. These subway systems are not nearly as dense as in western metropolises, but additional subway stops and new lines are slowly being built. The metro is a fast and convenient way to get around town, though it is usually cram-packed....

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International Train Travel from Ukraine

International Train Connections with Ukraine Last update: Aug. 6, 2010 (minor edits) Get out your map... let's take a look at all the international destinations you can travel to from Ukraine (Kiev train station) by train. This list may be incomplete: Anapa, Russia Baku,....

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Flying in and out of Ukraine: Airlines, Tickets, Schedules, Prices

Flying in and out of Ukraine Last update: July 29, 2010 (info about discount airlines) Ukraine's main international airport is Kyiv Boryspil (Kiev Borispol), with over 50 international destinations. All other airports in Ukraine offer no more than a dozen international destinations. You can browse existing flights at the KiyAvia site. Ukrainian cities with airports

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Ferry Travel in Ukraine

Ferry Travel in Ukraine You can cruise to Istanbul and a few other locations from both Odessa and Yalta. This information is almost nonexistent on the web. The ship leaves Yalta's port every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. and arrives in Instanbul Thursdays at 11:00 a.m. After two and a half days in port the ship leaves Saturday at 22:00 and arrives in Yalta at 9:00 Monday. There are several accommodation options. To book a cruise call (0654) 32-30-64 or 23-03-02 (Russian speaking only). For more information visit the following websites: -....

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Taking Intercity Buses in Ukraine

Intercity Buses in Ukraine Domestic and international buses Every Ukrainian town has one or more bus stations where intercity buses come and go. Often — especially in smaller towns — the bus station is right by the train station, but not always. Buses come and go at all hours of the day according to their posted schedules. These include full-size state buses, full-size private buses, and the ubiquitous "marshrutki" (minibuses). Today there are quite a few private bus companies....

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