Welcome to Ukraine!

Hearty Food. Orthodox Churches. Diverse.

Europe’s biggest country, very diverse and incredibly green. Most people would recall one of the biggest events in world history happened in Ukraine, the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster. This nuclear accident occurred in April 1986 in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, near the city of Pripyat.

Today, Ukraine is known for forested mountains, oil-rich, and orthodox churches featuring some incredible frescoes and mosaics. Enjoy the cosmopolitan city of Kyiv, feast on hearty food in the villages, sip Eastern Europe’s best coffee in the chic city of Lviv, and get to know the locals on the train.

If that isn’t enough for you, go hiking in the Carpathians or head to Odesa, a port city known for its beaches and 19th-century architecture. Ukrainians boast a mixed population, offering such diversity. This is a destination that surprises many visitors, in a good way of course.

Learn more about Ukraine

Food Adventures

Food in Ukraine – 10 Most Popular Dishes

There are many things to love about this nation and the food in Ukraine is one of them.

Ukraine is the second-largest country in Europe (after Russia, which isn’t entirely in Europe) yet it feels like one of the most underrated.

Food Adventures

The Ultimate Food Map of Europe

Our food map of Europe is reflective of the dishes we’ve tried while exploring the old continent and its glorious food.

Food is one of the main reasons to travel to Europe. Delicious and unknown delicacies can be found in every country.