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Europe's Frontier: Moldova & Ukraine tour
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Europe's Frontier: Moldova & Ukraine

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Travel Style: You will have solid amounts of both free time and structured time with some activities and meals included. Mixed
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
8 days
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Overview

Highlights

  • Visit two of Europe's least known countries
  • Milestii Mici Winery - the world's largest wine cellar
  • Visit 'independent' Transnistria
  • Historic Odessa and Lviv
  • Optional post-tour excursion to Chernobyl (must be booked in advance) 

Short Description

With just over 120000 visitors a year, Moldova is one of the least-visited countries in the world. Sandwiched between Ukraine and Romania is has often been caught in the middle of an East/West game of tug of war. The capital Chisinau has struggled to shrug off its Soviet past, but this is part of its charm, while the countryside offers historic monasteries and one of the world’s largest wineries. Not to mention ‘independent’ Transnistria, where citizens cling onto their Soviet past and monuments to reflect this. Western Ukraine, by contrast, has always looked to Europe. Lviv, the country's cultural capital, certainly feels more European than Soviet, with its historic UNESCO listed old town and charming cafe culture. While its mighty capital Kyiv is just starting to emerge as a modern European hotspot of culture and nightlife. On this varied and fascinating journey we visit some great cities and we conclude with an optional trip to Chernobyl.Visit two of Europe's most remote regions

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport N/A
Start City Chisinau
End City Kyiv

Travel Theme

Cultural

Destinations

Ukraine Moldova

Cities & Attractions

Chisinau Moldova

Activities

Culture

Age Requirement

16

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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts and 1 lunch
  • All accommodation including sleeper train
  • Transfer for group flights  

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Fly to Chisinau.

Fly to Chisinau, transfer to hotel. *Klassik Hotel or similar*

Day 2 Walking tour of Chisinau. Visit Ohrei Monastery.

This morning we set out on foot from our hotel for a walking tour of the Moldovan capital. Although the city dates back to 1420, a huge earthquake in 1940 destroyed most of the historic centre, while WWII finished the job off. Chisinau was then rebuilt in a Soviet-style, leaving a city dominated by Brutalist buildings, but there are some real quirky gems including the now abandoned Winter Circus, Triumphal Arch and the bell tower of the Nativity Cathedral. The central market is another highlight, first opened in 1825 it has been the centre of life in the city ever since. It's worth braving the crowds for lovely fresh fruit, nuts and wine.  Heading out of the city we stop for a traditional home-cooked lunch in a small farmstead. From here we visit the beautiful, isolated hilltop Orhei Monastery dating back to the 14th century. Our final stop before returning to Chisinau is the Milestii Mici Winery, home to the largest wine cellar in the world! Here we will drive down into the cellar in the tour bus, past hundreds of barrels of the ‘holy drink’ as it’s known locally. We will try several varieties of wine and learn about the fascinating history of oenology in this unknown corner of Europe. *Klassik Hotel or similar*

Day 3 Full day excursion to Transnistria; transfer to Odessa.

Our destination for today is one of Eastern Europe's strangest. Transnistria is a self-declared republic occupying a narrow strip of land in the east of Moldova. A microstate, officially only recognised by the people who live there, no one else! Yet they have their own currency, postal service and border force. The region harks back to the days of the USSR and is staunchly pro-Russian, although it gets little financial support in return. There are photo-worthy busts of Lenin all over the city. No trip to Moldova is complete without seeing Transnistria. In the late afternoon we transfer to Odessa on Ukraine's Black Sea Coast. Journey time is about 2 hours, however, the border crossing between Moldova and Ukraine may take some time.  *Hotel Alexandrovsky or similar*

Day 4 Full day in Odessa; morning city tour.* *

This morning we wake up in Odessa, Ukraine’s third largest city, on the Black Sea coast. A warm water port, Odessa has had a short but turbulent history. When founded in the 18th century Russia's Catherine the Great invited immigrants from across Europe to come and make their fortune in Odessa, thus creating a thriving multicultural city of Jews, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Germans and Poles, with the outbreak of WWII this population diversity would sadly be its downfall. In more recent times the city has had its problems especially during the 2014 revolution, but now the city is booming once again. Its beautiful tree-lined avenues and seaside boulevards are a perfect place to relax and see a different side to Ukraine. The ornate opera house and Potemkin Steps are architectural must-sees. After a city tour, we enjoy free time, before boarding the overnight sleeper train to Lviv. *Sleeper train*

Day 5 Arrive Lviv, guided walking tour.

We arrive early into Ukraine's cultural capital Lviv, stopping for breakfast at our hotel and storing our luggage, we will try and obtain a couple of day rooms so you can freshen up, but please note this is not always possible.  We then head out for a morning walking tour of this beautiful city, before enjoying free time in the afternoon. We recommend climbing the clock tower of the town hall for a panoramic view of the old town.  Lviv's UNESCO listed old town easily competes with the likes of Krakow and Vilnius in the charm and history stakes! It's full of colourful townhouses, fine churches, cobbled streets and cosy cafes. Ukrainian cultural identity is stronger here than anywhere else in the country, but with a wonderful mix of Polish, Jewish, Hungarian and even Armenian history thrown into the mix. Lviv really is a delight and surprisingly untouched by mass tourism. *Modern Art Hotel or similar*

Day 6 Transfer to Kyiv by train, free time in the early evening to enjoy this beautiful capital city. 

This morning we board the train to Kyiv (journey time 8hrs approx.), Ukraine's mighty capital city and home to over 2.5 million people. The Ukrainian capital seems to have hardly left the news in recent years, sadly for all the wrong reasons, but its citizens are made of strong stuff and are keen to show their beautiful city to the world.  There will be some free time in the evening to enjoy the city or take dinner on the capitals most famous street, Khreshchatyk. *Ukraine Hotel or similar*

Day 7 Morning tour of Kyiv, with the afternonn free to enjoy the city at your leisure. 

This morning we enjoy a walking tour of Kyiv's main sights, including Maiden Square, the site of the revolutions of 2004 and 2013. As well as St. Sofia Cathedral and the Monastery of St. Michael Archangel.  The afternoon is free for you to enjoy this fascinating city at your leisure. You may choose to visit the Pechersk Lavra Monastery with its complex of caves housing mummified nuns. While the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War gives you a macabre, Soviet perspective, it also offers great views of the city.  *Ukraine Hotel or similar*

Day 8 Those on the group flight will transfer back to Kyiv Airport. Clients who've chosen to stay for the Chernobyl day tour will meet in the hotel lobby at 8:30. 

Those on the group flight will transfer back to Kyiv Airport. Alternatively, you may choose to stay another day for a guided tour of Chernobyl and the abandoned town of Pripyat. One of the most well-known events in Soviet history occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, 130km north of Kyiv in April 1986. Here reactor No.4 exploded, spreading lethal radiation, first over the town of Pripyat and later large swathes of Europe. Many see this event as the beginning of the end of support for the USSR in Ukraine. This tour takes you to the heart of the exclusion zone; you will see the power station and the abandoned town of Pripyat, frozen in time, like a scene from an apocalyptic future. Our expert guide will lead you safely through the area and tell the story of one of recent history’s most notorious disasters. This is a long day leaving the hotel at about 08:30 and returning to Kyiv at about 20:30, but certainly worth staying in Ukraine another day for. (Details and prices are in the Money Matters section of the trip notes). *Ukraine Hotel or similar*



Land Only

Day 1 Start Chisinau.

Fly to Chisinau, transfer to hotel. *Klassik Hotel or similar*

Day 2 Walking tour of Chisinau. Visit Ohrei Monastery.

This morning we set out on foot from our hotel for a walking tour of the Moldovan capital. Although the city dates back to 1420, a huge earthquake in 1940 destroyed most of the historic centre, while WWII finished the job off. Chisinau was then rebuilt in a Soviet-style, leaving a city dominated by Brutalist buildings, but there are some real quirky gems including the now abandoned Winter Circus, Triumphal Arch and the bell tower of the Nativity Cathedral. The central market is another highlight, first opened in 1825 it has been the centre of life in the city ever since. It's worth braving the crowds for lovely fresh fruit, nuts and wine.  Heading out of the city we stop for a traditional home-cooked lunch in a small farmstead. From here we visit the beautiful, isolated hilltop Orhei Monastery dating back to the 14th century. Our final stop before returning to Chisinau is the Milestii Mici Winery, home to the largest wine cellar in the world! Here we will drive down into the cellar in the tour bus, past hundreds of barrels of the ‘holy drink’ as it’s known locally. We will try several varieties of wine and learn about the fascinating history of oenology in this unknown corner of Europe. *Klassik Hotel or similar*

Day 3 Full day excursion to Transnistria; transfer to Odessa.

Our destination for today is one of Eastern Europe's strangest. Transnistria is a self-declared republic occupying a narrow strip of land in the east of Moldova. A microstate, officially only recognised by the people who live there, no one else! Yet they have their own currency, postal service and border force. The region harks back to the days of the USSR and is staunchly pro-Russian, although it gets little financial support in return. There are photo-worthy busts of Lenin all over the city. No trip to Moldova is complete without seeing Transnistria. In the late afternoon we transfer to Odessa on Ukraine's Black Sea Coast. Journey time is about 2 hours, however, the border crossing between Moldova and Ukraine may take some time.  *Hotel Alexandrovsky or similar*

Day 4 Full day in Odessa; morning city tour.* *

This morning we wake up in Odessa, Ukraine’s third largest city, on the Black Sea coast. A warm water port, Odessa has had a short but turbulent history. When founded in the 18th century Russia's Catherine the Great invited immigrants from across Europe to come and make their fortune in Odessa, thus creating a thriving multicultural city of Jews, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Germans and Poles, with the outbreak of WWII this population diversity would sadly be its downfall. In more recent times the city has had its problems especially during the 2014 revolution, but now the city is booming once again. Its beautiful tree-lined avenues and seaside boulevards are a perfect place to relax and see a different side to Ukraine. The ornate opera house and Potemkin Steps are architectural must-sees. After a city tour, we enjoy free time, before boarding the overnight sleeper train to Lviv. *Sleeper train*

Day 5 Arrive Lviv, guided walking tour.

We arrive early into Ukraine's cultural capital Lviv, stopping for breakfast at our hotel and storing our luggage, we will try and obtain a couple of day rooms so you can freshen up, but please note this is not always possible.  We then head out for a morning walking tour of this beautiful city, before enjoying free time in the afternoon. We recommend climbing the clock tower of the town hall for a panoramic view of the old town.  Lviv's UNESCO listed old town easily competes with the likes of Krakow and Vilnius in the charm and history stakes! It's full of colourful townhouses, fine churches, cobbled streets and cosy cafes. Ukrainian cultural identity is stronger here than anywhere else in the country, but with a wonderful mix of Polish, Jewish, Hungarian and even Armenian history thrown into the mix. Lviv really is a delight and surprisingly untouched by mass tourism. *Modern Art Hotel or similar*

Day 6 Transfer to Kyiv by train, free time in the early evening to enjoy this beautiful capital city. 

This morning we board the train to Kyiv (journey time 8hrs approx.), Ukraine's mighty capital city and home to over 2.5 million people. The Ukrainian capital seems to have hardly left the news in recent years, sadly for all the wrong reasons, but its citizens are made of strong stuff and are keen to show their beautiful city to the world.  There will be some free time in the evening to enjoy the city or take dinner on the capitals most famous street, Khreshchatyk. *Ukraine Hotel or similar*

Day 7 Morning tour of Kyiv, with the afternonn free to enjoy the city at your leisure. 

This morning we enjoy a walking tour of Kyiv's main sights, including Maiden Square, the site of the revolutions of 2004 and 2013. As well as St. Sofia Cathedral and the Monastery of St. Michael Archangel.  The afternoon is free for you to enjoy this fascinating city at your leisure. You may choose to visit the Pechersk Lavra Monastery with its complex of caves housing mummified nuns. While the National Museum of the History of Ukraine in the Second World War gives you a macabre, Soviet perspective, it also offers great views of the city.  *Ukraine Hotel or similar*

Day 8 End Kyiv / Optional day tour to Chernobyl.

Our tour ends after breakfast. Alternatively, you may choose to stay another day for a guided tour of Chernobyl and the abandoned town of Pripyat. One of the most well-known events in Soviet history occurred at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, 130km north of Kyiv in April 1986. Here reactor No.4 exploded, spreading lethal radiation, first over the town of Pripyat and later large swathes of Europe. Many see this event as the beginning of the end of support for the USSR in Ukraine. This tour takes you to the heart of the exclusion zone; you will see the power station and the abandoned town of Pripyat, frozen in time, like a scene from an apocalyptic future. Our expert guide will lead you safely through the area and tell the story of one of recent history’s most notorious disasters. This is a long day leaving the hotel at about 08:30 and returning to Kyiv at about 20:30, but certainly worth staying in Ukraine another day for. (Details and prices are in the Money Matters section of the trip notes). *Ukraine Hotel or similar* * *

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Europe's Frontier_ Moldova & Ukraine

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Excellent varied trip, a bit late in the season for Odessa with the cooling
weather. But all other destinations were great.
Chenobyl seeing the unfinished reactor 5 for the first time.


The group leader was excellent and very helpful.


Transnistria to Ukraine border crossing was long due to customs officials
being awkward.


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Excellent trip to interesting countries

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A very interesting trip through some less visited parts of Europe
Trip to Chernobyl definitely sobering.


Excellent. Simultaneously laid back and highly organised.


It's a busy trip with lots to do. Not much free time but enough to get the
feel of each place. Take insect repellent for Chernobyl!


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Excellent trip

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This is a fantastic trip which packs a lot into a week and visits two lesser
known but fascinating countries. The itinerary works well, and you are kept
busy without being too rushed. The group I travelled with were a pleasure to
be with and we had a great time. Our tour leader was excellent. The hotels
and transport were a very high standard. I couldn't have asked for a better
holiday.
Kiev was the highlight, a stunning city full of beautiful monuments. The
hotel is located overlooking Independence Square. If you visit in August you
might see preparations for the independence day on 24th August, which we were
lucky enough to. I particularly loved St Michael's Church of the Golden
Domes, which is beautiful inside and out, and Landscape Alley which is a
Gaudi-esque children's playground. Pechersk Lavra monastery is also well
worth a visit.

I also really enjoyed the winery tour in Moldova even though I don't like
wine much!


Our tour leader, Agata, was exceptional and one of the best I've ever
travelled with. She always went the extra mile, and was really caring and
looked after us very well without being overpowering. She was good fun, and
good at spending time with everyone in the group and looking after us all
equally.


Transnistria has its own currency, but you don't need to change very much as
prices are low and its completely closed so you can't change it back. Your
leader will advise you. But bear this in mind when budgeting for your days
in Moldova - you only need cash for the first evening and one full day.
Moldova has high quality and unbelievably cheap wine so if you enjoy wine,
make sure you have space in your suitcase to bring back a bottle or two.
That said, I strongly advise travelling light - I travelled hand luggage only
and was very grateful. There's a lot of getting on and off trains and moving
around stations that don't have lifts, so a medium backpack is the best thing
to bring. You don't really need lots of stuff as it's a short trip with no
special equipment. Bring good shoes as there's a lot of walking in cities
and on cobblestones. The group flights depart very early from Heathrow, if
that's likely to be a problem for you, book on the phone so you can discuss
flight options and decide if you want to book your own. It's possible to fly
direct, although it may cost more. Remember to bring a scarf for the
churches (women). Don't be put off by the train journeys, it's a busy trip
and the time to just sit is welcome, they're also nice trains. If you visit
Chernobyl, you will only get an evening and few hours in the morning in Kiev
(if you're on the group flights) and Kiev is amazing, so do consider
carefully which you'd prefer to do or think about staying longer.


This is a new trip (I travelled on the second departure) and I hope it
becomes a regular Exodus offering so others can enjoy it too. I hope that
when travellers catch on to what nice things there are to see and do in these
countries - as good or better than many other well known European
destinations, but without the crowds - they will want to come too.


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I was introduced to Antarctica in the most amazing way. When we arrived there
was a blanket of heavy fog the team got us on the zodiac and navigated on
compass bearings. Suddenly like the curtain of a stage being pulled back we
sat in sky of blue surrounded by a wild and pristine environment.
See above. Watching whales breech. Smelling penguins before you could see
them. Filming Leopard seals with my gopro. You truely need to be awake 24hrs
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Shelly and the team were amazing. Their passion and commitment and tirless
effort to show what they love and care about the most was amazing


Do take European travel plugs for Ushuaia as well as American.


Enjoy everything this trip has to offer. Remember this is an expedition and
not a five star hotel as some travellers on my trip thought. Things can go
wrong and weather is unpredictable. A real once in a lifetime trip.


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Another fantastic trip to the wilderness that is Antarctica. Brilliant from
start to finish with awesome scenery and wildlife experiences throughout on a
fantastic ship.
Experiencing the beauty of both Oraca's and Humpback whales upclose to to
zodiacs and a brillient night spent camping on the Ice of Antartctica.


Woody was excellent from start to finish, extremely knowledgeable and
passionate about Antarctica, friendly, open and worked brilliantly with
the Ships Captain/Crew to get us lots of fantastic landings and cruising
opportunities. He was ably assisted by the rest of his expedition crew who
were all also fantastic.


Go... A definite must do atleast once in your life. Antarctica is awesome.


Although some people might conside this type of trip as being expensive,
I'd qualify it by saying this was my second trip to Antarctica and
althought it is not a cheap holiday it is great value for money, I
wouldn't have returned otherwise.The Ship is fantastic, food was
excellent and all the crew were so friendly, helpful and ofcourse
knowledgeable.


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A holiday that exceeded all expectations. Stunning scenery, abundant
wildlife, a great team and a superb boat and crew
Seeing that being a penguin parent is true dedication!


"Blessed are the flexible for they shall not be bent out of
shape....." A quote from a member of the group that sums up Woody.
Excellent does also.


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I knew we'd see a lot of wildlife and had hoped I'd see an albatross
- there were 6 gliding around the boat on the first day! The excesses just
got greater each dayafter that!


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Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 16

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • 6 nights comfortable and standard hotels, 1 night sleeper train
  • Sightseeing on foot
  • Group normally 6 to 16, plus leader. Min age 16 yrs
  • Travel by private bus and sleeper train

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Meals Included:

Dinner: Moldovan and Ukrainian cuisine is quite similar and consists mainly of traditional European foods, such as beef, pork, potatoes, cabbage, and a variety of cereal grains. Traditional for the Moldovan cuisine are dishes combining diverse vegetables, such as tomatoes, bell peppers, aubergine, cabbage, beans, onions, garlic, and leek. Meat products hold a special place in traditional Moldovan cuisine, especially as an appetiser or the first course. Roasted and grilled pork, beef meatballs (known as pârjoale and chiftele) and steamed lamb are common. Meat and fish are often marinated and then grilled. Moldova has a long history of wine making, dating back thousands of years. Domestic varieties include Feteascâ Rara neagrâ and Busuioacâ albâ. The country is particularly well known for its sparking Rosés and red wines. Ukrainian cuisine stems from peasant dishes based on the plentiful grains and vegetables grown in the country. Staple crops include sugar beets, potatoes, grapes, cabbages, and mushrooms. These are often key ingredients in soups and salads. The most popular dish is borshch , a hearty soup made in a variety of ways. Other vegetable dishes include holubtsi (stuffed cabbage) and kartoplia solimkoi ("straw potatoes"). Kotlety Po-Kyivskomy (Chicken Kiev), a chicken breast stuffed with a buttery filling, is a well-known dish outside Ukraine, but tastes very different locally.

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