Places to visit
The capital of the Czech Republic, situated on the Vltava River, is the administrative center of the Central Bohemia Region and its two districts - Prague-East and Prague-West. Prague is the headquarters of the President of the Czech Republic, Parliament and the Government. Many companies, organizations and state institutions have also found their place here. Prague is considered a historical metropolis, where we can find many important historical monuments such as the Old Town Astronomical Clock, Charles Bridge, St. Vitus and many others. All these sights attract several million tourists a year. Prague is a cultural city offering a wide range of events. It is also a very mature and rich city, with a high standard of living that surpasses European standards.
A beautiful city with a rich history is the seat of the Moravian Region and the second-largest city of the Czech Republic. Situated in a beautiful valley at the crossroads of European highways. People have lived in the Brno valley since prehistoric times. The evidence of the ancient settlement are crafted stones that were found on Red Hill. Brno has an interesting and rich history. You will find many churches, museums, temples and even UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Today, Brno is one of the main economic centers in the Czech Republic. The most important is the industry of heavy machinery production. Other important sectors are art, education, research, and innovation.
Olomouc is located in the eastern part of the Czech Republic and on both sides of the Morava River. Nowadays, approximately 100,000 inhabitants live in the town. At present, Olomouc is one of the most beautiful historical cities in the Czech Republic with a very rich cultural life. We often hear that Olomouc is the second Prague, only much quieter and calmer. The Archbishop of Olomouc has its residence here and there is also the second oldest university in the country - Palacký University. It is also the seat of the Army Headquarters of the Czech Republic with many other cultural and public institutions. The highlight of Olomouc became a spacious square with fountains built in the Baroque style at the beginning of the XVIII. century.
The capital of Ukraine is one of the oldest cities in Eastern Europe, the cradle of Kievan Rus and the mother of Russian cities. Kyiv is a historic city with abundant cultural life. It was first mentioned more than 1500 years ago. Already from the 6th century, there is evidence of this city in the form of ceramics, coins, but also wooden buildings. Historically, Kyiv was a fortified political and economic area. From these ancient times you can see palaces, parks, museums, cathedrals, churches and much more.
Lviv is an old historical and cultural center of western Ukraine, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The first historical mention of it dates back 800 years ago. It is a city that combines antiquity and modern times. Lviv has a special atmosphere of romance and sophistication, so it is called the Museum of Cities.
The regional center of the Transcarpathian region is also the oldest city in western Ukraine, which was first mentioned in chronicles and historical documents from more than 1100 years ago. The city is unique for its ethnic identity, architectural monuments and cultural heritage. The picturesque surroundings and recreational opportunities make Uzhgorod a unique city to visit.
The city of southwestern Ukraine, together with the city of Lviv, is considered a cultural capital in the southwest of Ukraine. The first mention of Chernivtsi dates back to 1408, but archaeological excavations show that it was a densely populated area as early as the first century AD. This wonderful city is the embodiment of the best traditions and different architectural styles, Ukrainian hospitality, and cordiality. The city of Chernivtsi has wonderful surroundings and combines the heritage of times and cultures. It combines ancient traditions and modern technology.