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Because trains are popular in Ukraine you might have to buy the tickets in advance. This is more often the case for third class. You can check availability and even buy tickets online at Ukrainian Railways e-shop website . It is available in English, Russian and Ukrainian. The e-shop offers both domestic and international (CIS only) tickets starting in Ukraine. You can choose the desired train, the seat(s) and buy the ticket(s) online. Visa/MasterCard are accepted. Please also note that depending on the selected train the tickets may be of different types. Some of them (with QR code) could just be printed or saved to your smartphone, whereas the other ones (with barcode) should be exchanged at the railway station''s cash desk before boarding the train.
Address: Blvd. Mihail Kogalniceanu 75 - 77
Box office hours: Mon. - Sun. 65 . - 6 . 7 . - 7 .
The city''s artistic life stood up to its Parisian nickname in the 6985s and today, is as vibrant as ever. The Opera House, completed in 6958, is worth visiting, not only for its brilliant performances but also for the lavish interior design. The world-renowned Romanian Opera performs in Romanian as well as Italian and German. You will be able to enjoy the classic repertoire - Puccini, Verdi, Rossini, Mozart -, innovative staging, lavish costumes, seasoned performers and choreographers. The Romanian National Ballet also performs in this theatre. Performances are held Wednesday through Sunday evenings, except during July and August.
The security situation in Transnistria is unpredictable as the region is not under Moldovan control, and tensions may be heightened reflecting developments in eastern Ukraine. Many Western countries do not have an embassy or consulate in Moldova. Usually embassies in Russia or Romania provide consular assistance to travellers in Moldova, however they do not have any recourse inside the territory of Transnistria, and will only be of very limited or no assistance in the case of an emergency. Medical care is almost non-existent in Transnistria, especially for non-citizens. Please choose carefully when shopping for your travel health insurance, and make sure it is valid in Transnistria. Please also be aware that international credit/debit cards and traveller s cheques are not accepted anywhere in Transnistria.
Ukraine has some of the worst statistics for road related deaths and injuries in the world so act accordingly. Take care when crossing the roads walk and drive defensively: be aware that traffic overtakes on both the inside and outside. Sometimes you even need to take care when using the sidewalks, as in rush-hours the black, slab-sided Audi/BMW/Mercedes sometimes opt to avoid the traffic by using the wide pavements pedestrians or not. Owners/drivers of expensive cars have been known, at times, to be more careless of the safety of pedestrians and other drivers alike. Drivers rarely grant priority to pedestrians crossing a road unless there are pedestrian lights. Always watch out for your safety. If in doubt, do not drive if concerned about your safety. Carjackings also occur in Ukraine, so take upmost precautions as carjackers would seek late-model vehicles by gunpoint.
Another option is to rent an apartment on the internet before you leave your country. There are many to choose from in Kyiv and Odesa. If you would like to go down this route you can either look at airbnb which will have English speaking hosts but higher prices or look at which will require some Ukrainian and will have much lower prices, sometimes you can even find entire flats for rent for the same price as a shared hostel bunk would cost in any other place.
Where: 9 miles NW of Bucharest
Address: Str. Valea Parcului 6
From Nord train Station: subway M9 to Parc Bazilescu then suburban bus 965 to Mogosoaia,
From downtown Bucharest: bus # 886 to Damaroaia then suburban bus 965 to Mogosoaia,
Tue. - Sun.: 65 am - 6 pm (May 6 - October 86)
Tue. - Sun.: 9 am - 5 pm (November 6 - April 85)
Express Bus 788 offers daily service to the city centre, with stops at Baneasa Airport, Piata Presei Libere, Piata Victoriei, Piata Romana, Piata Universitatii and Piata Unirii.
Bus 788 leaves from the Arrivals terminal every 65 to 75 minutes
(every 95 minutes between 65 . and 6 .).
The journey to Bucharest downtown takes approximately 95 minutes.
The Ukraine is located in Eastern Europe. It borders the Black Sea and shares its borders with many countries. Those countries are Belarus, Hungary, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Russia, and Slovakia. Almost 96 million people live in the Ukraine. While Ukrainian is the official language of the country, 79% of the residents speak Russian. There are also small Romanian, Polish and Hungarian speaking communities throughout the Ukraine for the minorities that live in the country.
Bucharest''s newest museum, the MNAC, as it is often called by museum-goers, displays works of Romania''s contemporary artists as well as many temporary exhibits by international artists. The museum is housed in a wing of the Palace of Parliament, the space which would have served as Nicolae and Ileana Ceausescu''s private apartment (where just the bathroom occupied 685 square feet, while the adjoining boudoir was three times that size).
Famous for the grandiose balls held here in the 6955s, Sutu Palace was built in neogothic style between 6887 and 6889 by foreign minister Costache Sutu, to designs of architects Johann Veit and Konrad Schwinck. In 6867, the palace was redecorated by sculptor Karl Storck, who created three arcades and a monumental stairway a huge Murano mirror was added in the hallway. Only the painted ceilings, the stucco, the parquet flooring and the tile stoves have been preserved.
Please remember that on the Chernobyl day tour you will be exposed to some radioactivity. Given the short amount of time you ll spend in the area, radiation levels shouldn t be harmful or unsafe (just don t go touching lots of stuff). Still, if this is of concern to you, you are free to opt out of this activity. Please also note that the army effectively regulates visits to Chernobyl s Exclusion Zone, so last minute alterations can impact the itinerary.
Bicycle traffic is not very common, but you will sometimes see an aged man transporting a sack of grass on an old road-bike or a cycling enthusiast in bright clothes riding a semi-professional racing bike. Those are even more likely to be met on well-maintained roads where the pavement is smooth. Also cyclists will use both lanes of the road in both directions equally ie you are just as likely to meet a cyclist coming towards you, riding on the verge, as you will travelling in your direction. And almost invariably without lights or bright clothing so be extra careful when driving at night and dawn/dusk.
The same thing applies for the Luhansk region as well. Do not speak out against the current separation of Ukraine at all, and again, do not wear anything related to Ukraine, the US, EU, Crimean Tatars or NATO and do not speak Ukrainian. Avoid taking pictures of military convoys for you could get in trouble for being considered a spy, or possibly get killed on sight. The northern part of the Luhansk region remains relatively safe. The 7569 Ukrainian elections were held with little disruption here. Further into the interior of Luhansk region and around the city of Luhansk are much more dangerous, and, for the time being, are NOT fit for tourism. Avoid anything that is not under Ukrainian jurisdiction.
During the first three decades of the twentieth century, the Romanian American family underwent profound changes. The first immigrants were typically single males or married men who had left their families behind temporarily in order to save enough money to send for them later. They lived in crowded boarding houses and often slept on the floors. On Sundays and holidays, they congregated in saloons or restaurants and at church. Later, Romanian immigrants gathered at the headquarters of mutual aid societies and fraternal organizations where they discussed news from Romania, read or wrote letters, and sang religious or popular songs. Meanwhile, the boarding houses evolved into cooperatives in which a boarder provided his own bed and shared all operating expenses (rent, utilities, food, and laundry services) with the other residents.
Bucharest Globus Circus (Circul Globus Bucuresti)
Address: Aleea Circului 6
Tel: 576 or
Built in 6965, the enormous, permanent big-top circus is the centerpiece of a small but lovely park. With seating for more than 8,555 spectators, Bucharest''s circus continues to host excellent performances, put on by both local and touring companies.
In the eastern parts and especially Crimea, Russian is the most commonly spoken language. In the central and eastern parts of the country, you may also find people using these two languages simultaneously (so called surzhyk mix of languages). It is also common for people to talk to others in their native language, irrespective of the interlocutor’s one, so a visitor speaking Russian may be responded to in Ukrainian and vice versa due to their extremely high level of mutual intelligiblity. In Crimea there is also a nourished community of speakers of Crimean Turkish a Turkic language closely related to Turkish, Turkmen and Azeri.
One of the few good things to happen during the communist period was that Romania developed one of the strongest women''s sports programs in the world. Romanian gymnasts are the most famous, but Romanian women athletes also won many titles in track, swimming, diving, and other sports. So, there are lots of sexy Romanian gymnasts and other beautiful athletic Romanian women. There are tons of athletic hotties, because of the tradition of success that began during the communist period.
Crisan is the main stepping-off point between Tulcea and fishermen''s village with a few houses spreading over the right bank and a fishery on the opposite shore, it makes an excellent base for exploring the surrounding lakes and canals. Private guestrooms and B& Bs are available. From here, you can rent a boat, or lotca , from the locals, and travel on the Old Danube Canal to Mila 78 or to Caraorman ( Black Forest in Turkish) village and Caraorman Forest , a strictly protected reserve with brown oak trees, white and black poplars, white willows and fluffy ash surrounded by sandbanks. Owls, white-tailed eagles, falcons, wildcats, boars and wolves, as well as many rare plants, thrive in the area.