Enjoy your next vacation in amazing Ukraine!
Already made vacation plans? How about something completely new? How about a country where “the air smells of freedom”?
How about a vacation in Ukraine?
The brave political tourists have led the way: British prime ministers (three in number), the American president, the German chancellor, the NATO chief, the entire European Commission and many others have traveled to Kiev in the last twelve months to be looked after by the much-praised tour guide Zelensky. Some have enjoyed it so much that they have become repeat visitors.
German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (l.) and Labor Minister Hubertus Heil (r.) enjoy the view of Kiev from a balcony and sip champagne, together with Mayor and tour guide Vitali Klitschko and German Ambassador Anka Feldhusen (m.). Klitschko’s ex-wife Natalia does not live in Kiev with their three adult children (2 sons, 1 daughter), but in Germany. It is understandable that her sons, like those of the other Ukrainian elites, prefer to stay in beautiful Germania rather than fight in the ugly, Russian-infested Donbass. [Source: Twitter]
More excitement for German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser: tour to a war zone and, fittingly, with an Aryan-looking Ukrainian tour guide wearing a T-shirt with the slogan “BLACK RIFLES MATTER.” [Source: Twitter]
Don’t miss the unique chance to meet beautiful, young, blue-eyed, blond people in Ukraine who enthusiastically uphold the good old traditions as represented by the national hero Stepan Bandera and who are happy to share their faith with you. And if you are lucky, they may even offer you an attractive T-shirt of a famous Ukrainian hero.
Image: Young Ukrainians proudly show their admiration for a great role model. Their enthusiasm will inspire you as a visitor. [Source: Ukrainian Telegram channel]
The war will not bother you, the organizers guarantee. And an occasional air alert will provide exciting conversation when you get back home. Besides, it takes place almost exclusively in the eastern Donbass, where the Ukrainian Russians live. And no foreign visitor has ever cared about them. Why should you?
The website Visitukraine.today offers a rich selection: Eternal Kiev. Hiking in the Carpathians. Austrian Lviv. Gastrotour through Odessa. Not to forget: snail races in Ladomyria Ethnopark. The frontline city of Kharkiv also beckons. At the Palace Hotel, the suite costs 250 euros.
Wherever you are, book your hotel in Ukraine comfortably online [source: screenshot website “Visit Ukraine Today”].
Air traffic has been suspended, but buses run from all over Europe. Those who prefer luxury can be picked up by a chauffeur in Warsaw, Krakow or Chișinău.
The tourist jewel, however, has so far been reserved for journalists: A tour of the “de-occupied heroic cities” — that’s the name of the recaptured territories. Five hours Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, expert guide included. Costs 295 euros.
Love it. The German ambassador to Ukraine poses with a plush model of a Leopard tank. Isn’t that cute? The German battle tank is currently tearing Russian soldiers and civilians to shreds in the Donbass. Eight decades ago, heroic German tanks already rolled into Russia in the largest land offensive in human history, helping to slaughter millions of Russians. Is that perhaps why this German government representative cheerfully calls it her “favorite toy”? Anyway, visit Ukraine and pick up a cute toy like this as a fitting souvenir too! [Source: Twitter]
The most breathtaking of all: Stay as long as you want! Visitukraine.today helps you unbureaucratically to extend your amazing stay. A link leads to the Ukrainian Foreign Legion, which recruits foreign mercenaries. They are rewarded and honored with an exclusive tour to the Donbass, paid for by the generous taxpayers of NATO countries. If this is not a great thing!
Don’t pass up a fantastic opportunity: Here is a special offer for international long-term visitors. Reserve your spot now as a legionnaire for a grand adventure and hunting trip to Donbass that will include thrilling life-or-death situations. [source: screenshot of the website “Visit Ukraine Today”].