If history has been redesigning Ukraine in recent years - we are thinking here of the loss of the Crimea and the Donbass War -, the country nonetheless remains a singular and surprising destination. Straddling between East and West, it is made up of two strong identities, with their own language and mentality: the agricultural one, oriented towards Europe, of Western Ukraine, and the Russian-speaking and industrial one, of Eastern Ukraine. It is precisely these contrasting regions that Ukraine's tour guide explores, from its mountains to its vast plains, from its tranquil sea to its bewitching cities. Starting with Kiev, of course, whose centre full of monasteries and sacred places expresses all the fervour of its citizens, from the enigmatic Podil district to the wooded streets of Khreshchaty. To the west, the "Mitteleuropa" alleys of Lviv honour the Polish and Austro-Hungarian influences of Ukraine, not to mention the ancient cities like Chernivtsi that the Carpathians watch in the distance... Odessa is the cosmopolitan city that dominates the south of the country, its beaches on the Black Sea are crowded during the summer months, while to the east run the Dnieper lands. Wherever you go in Ukraine, there are many encounters and the nature is sparkling. Ласкаво просимо просимо в Україну Україну !