I haven’t been to many places in Ukraine, but the first city I visited was Kharkiv, and I enjoyed my stay there. I was there for a week and sicne everything was quite new to me and I wanted to experience the city to the fullest. I’ve stayed in Premier Aurora Hotel (https://www.phnr.com/en/our-hotels/kharkiv ). To my surprise hospitality services there were up to the standard. And the food is tasty. Actually Ukrainian cuisine is simple but it’s very delicious. Most of my time I spent walking, sightseeing and pubbing. The city itself reminds of all those soviet industrial cities. Nothing much special, but among those soviet apartment buildings you can spot interesting orthodox churches like Annunciation Cathedral (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Annunciation_Cathedral,_Kharkiv ). Also not far away from Kharkiv there’s Krasnokutsk Arboretum — a wonderful place, especially if it’s spring As to the bars and pubs, I liked Pivobar, Rot and Myata Lounge. And if you are a gourmet, visit Shoti (https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g295369-d3432796-Reviews-Shoti-Kharkiv_Kharkiv_Oblast.html) and Sharikoff (https://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_Review-g295369-d1875871-Reviews-Sharikoff-Kharkiv_Kharkiv_Oblast.html ) — food there is delicious. I also enjoyed my stay in Kiev. There’s definitely more to see than in Kharkiv, but since Kharkiv was the first Ukrainian city I visited, it remains kind of special Ukrainian city to me
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