In Ukraine, more than half of the holiday accommodation options in Ukraine are apartment rentals, which represent 50.56% of the listed properties. The average cost of this specific accommodation type is £35 per night, with an average size of 50 m². Moreover, if you're going in a group of 4, apartment rentals are most likely the ideal type of accommodation in Ukraine, since they are usually able to accommodate 4 holidaymakers. If you would prefer to book a different holiday property type, you may want to consider hotel rooms, which are the other most common accommodation type in Ukraine. The average size of hotel rooms in Ukraine is 33 m², and the average price is £39 a night.
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Holiday lettings in Ukraine - a country of unexpected delights
Holiday lettings in Ukraine are predominantly large, spacious and very modern homes, whichever part of this beautiful country you go to. Outside of larger cities, there are more traditional wooden, cottage-like houses which exude character and charm. Many of these have an open fire place and views onto the rugged landscape of Ukraine.
Weather in Ukraine - being prepared
It is true that during the winter, Ukraine becomes a winter wonderland of snow and ice, perfect for adventurers looking to explore the country's largely unspoiled lands. During the summer, the inhabitants of Ukraine enjoy warmth and sunshine with occasional hot temperatures.
Most people choose to visit during the summer, and lettings in cities such as Kiev are likely to come complete with air conditioning. For the warmest temperatures, visit the Crimean peninsula. If you prefer it a little cooler, or want to experience the harshest of winters, the north-east is the place for you.
Don't leave the kids at home
Perhaps surprisingly, there are a huge number of things for kids happening in Ukraine. Kiev is home to the State Museum of Toys, and 8 of the largest cities have a children's railway operated by children aged 9-15. There are a plethora of fun-packed water parks, such as Poseidon in Odessa, Dream Island in Kiev, and Aquapark Jungles in Kharkiv.
There are also a number of farms to visit such as the Villa Rose organic farm near Kiev. The country's history and culture can be explored by adults and children alike at the Pirogovo Village, an open-air museum celebrating Ukrainian Folk Architecture, Rural Life and Folk Art.
Besides this, there are hundreds of outdoor activities available, from hiking to cycling to horse riding, wherever you are in Ukraine. There are also a number of educational experiences available for your enjoyment, including the Kiev Planetarium, the largest in Europe.
Things to see and do - hidden gems of the Ukraine
Staying in Kiev, the capital city, provides ample opportunity for discovery. The city is home to one of Europe's largest museums, the Mystetskyi Arsenal, as well as the Caves Monastery. This ancient church represents the early days of the Orthodox religion and is filled with relics and catacombs.
Further afield are world-famous sites definitely worth travelling to including the Carpathian Mountains, perfect for skiing, snowboarding and hiking. The tragic city of Chernobyl is around 2 hours from the capital, but as the most famous site in Ukraine, many visitors to the country see it as a site of great interest.
Given the country's vast landscape, there are two stunning national parks, one of which houses the Carpathian Mountains (The Carpathian National Natural Park). The other is Askania Novia, the oldest and largest steppes reserve in Europe.
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