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  • Train Stations

    Lviv Suburban Station

    Both the Lviv Rail Terminal and the Lviv Suburban Train Station are located near the subway. This makes transport in Lviv easily accessible and provides locals and travelers with more transportation and destination options. Over and above the railways, Lviv also has taxis, busses and trams available throughout the city, but the railway lines remain the most popular form of transport.

  • Train Stations

    Lviv Rail Terminal

    The Lviv Rail Terminal is where you can make use of the trains that travel across borders to destinations including Poland, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Byelorussia and Slovenia. Lviv used to be known as Lemberg and it was during this time that the need for a larger and more modern railway station became clear. The old railway station that had been used was constructed between the years 1861 ...

  • Train Stations

    Kiev Rail Terminal

    The Kiev Rail Terminal or Kiev Passenger Railway Station has become an important part of the Kiev transportation network within the city. It is significant as it accommodates long distance travel, international travel and has the Elekrichka trains available to reach short distance destinations. It was constructed due to the Kiev-Balta and the Kiev-Kursk railway lines being built. ...

  • Crimea Region

    Simferopol

    Simferopol is the capital city of Crimea and is situated in the southern parts of Ukraine. The capital is a wonderful city to visit and there are many sights and tourist attractions for one to visit. The temperature here is relatively warm and dry throughout the year with no extreme weather conditions to watch out for.

  • Chernihiv Oblast

    Bakhmach

    Bakhmach can be regarded as a relatively new city, unlike most within Ukraine, having only made a formal beginning as a settlement when a railway line was constructed here in the 1860’s and 1870’s. Today, the city can be found located in the province of Chernihiv Oblast in Northern Ukraine, acting as the administrative center for the Bakhmatsky Raion or district. It also has two railway ...

  • Donetsk Oblast

    Kramatorsk

    One of the many cities within the Donetsk Oblast is that of Kramatorsk, which gained its city status in 1932. Kramatorsk is known as an important machinery building center for the Donetsk region. It is located in the east of Ukraine about 80 kilometers north of Donetsk and boasts a population of over 200,000 people. This, however, has caused a bit of controversy and conflict as most believe ...

  • Kharkiv Oblast

    Izyum

    The town of Izyum, or Izium, is located to the southeastern side of the Kharkiv Oblast, on the banks of the Isiumets and Siverskyi Donets Rivers. As with most of the towns in the Kharkiv Region, Izyum was utilized as a fortification during the 16th century. Due to its location on the rivers, its name adequately derives from a word that means "crossing place" or "ferry", namely ...

  • Vinnytsya Oblast

    Tomashpil

    Near the banks of the Rusava river lies a town by the name of Tomashpil, or Tomashpol. It falls under the Vinnytsya Oblast and has an estimated population of approximately 6 000 residents. The town's name, when translated directly, means ‘the city of St. Thomas’, and it is also the Tomashpil district's administration sector. The district has many smaller villages that are located ...

  • Zakarpattya Oblast

    Chop

    Chop is an important city located in the beautiful and mountainous oblast of Zakarpattya in the Tysa Lowlands. The Zakarpattya Oblast is a province situated in southwestern Ukraine, bordering countries like Hungary and Slovakia. The river Tisza is basically the only thing separating Chop and Záhony, the Hungarian town that Chop borders, from each other. Interestingly, the city of Chop has ...

  • Luhansk Oblast

    Rubizhne

    In the Luhansk region of Ukraine, you will find a mid-sized city by the name of Rubizhne. For those living in the area, the city plays several important roles in the economy of Ukraine. It serves as a center of technical education and has a massive engineering industry. But, at the heart of it all, Rubizhne in Ukraine is home for thousands. There are approximately 65,000 people living in ...