Thursday, November 29, 2012


Executive summary by darmansjah
Euro 2012 in Ukraine and Poland have ended where 'La Furia Roja' has reached the highest peak of achievement in European football, and the 2012 European Cup moment was over, but Ukraine has made this great event as a means of promoting its tourism sector as well as build. Historic cities such as Kiev, Odessa, and Lviv to be addressed and corrected as beautiful as possible without abandoning its history and has become a sort of tourist enclaves

These three cities also have restored their airports and adds a number of hotels, restaurants and shopping outlets.  Beach lovers will love the stunning scenery along the Black Sea coast which stretches from the Crimean Peninsula peacefully down to Odessa. Enjoy a piece of this beautiful scenery, while you are given a time!

You are welcome to visit Lviv the largest city of western Ukraine. The former capital of Habsburg Galicia which combined many cultures over a period of 750 years in our time one of the most delicious and modern miracles of Eastern Europe. The population of the city is around 800,000.

The city of Lviv is known as the epicentre of culture of modern Ukraine. You will see here multitude of interesting memorials and old-aged houses, there are a lot of public museums and art galleries in Lviv

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