Buses from Chernivtsi, Vinnitsa, Lviv or Kiev take 1.5, 4, 5 and 8-9 hours, respectively. The buses from Kiev cost around UAH100 but can faster marshrutkas (minibuses) can be UAH150 from Vokzal (the railway station) in Kiev. The buses from Chernivtsi are not as frequent as Lonely Planet may lead you to believe. The buses from Vinnitsa are rare but exist.
nice design. Waiters speak English. You have to take the menu from and order on the bar, the order will be brought to your table. "Coffee Ice Cream" is worth trying. Although the name suggests that coffee is the main drink here, you can have a good dinner as well.
The best way to get here from Kiev is take a train. There are 2 "Podilsky Express" trains with seats departing from Kiev at 16:43 and 23:41. It takes 6.5-7 hours to get Kamianets-Podilskyi. Also there is a night train taking 9 hours and going every second day.
XV-XVIII centuries. The architectural ensemble of the Church of the Holy Apostles Peter and Paul includes: the actual church, bell tower, a triumphal arch and a minaret. Contains features of Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic architecture.
Built in 16-18th C. Monastery complex consists of the gate bell with cells, gates and fences, rebuilt in 1744 in Baroque style. On three sides it is surrounded by two meter thick walls, up to 6 m high.
A wooden church near the walls of the ancient fortress, on the coastal strip in the natural valley of the Smotrych River
5 -storey tower , is on the southeast corner of the castle on the rock beneath cottages nestled suburb Karvasary .
Reports from trusted sources state that a room off peak at a apartment will cost only around 30 UAH"babushka's" .
Good cheap cafe in city centers with ukrainian cuisine, about 35 kinds of vareniks (dumplings)
nice design combining medieval and national Ukrainian motifs. Waitresses don't speak English.
is the major attraction of this town. 12-18th cent. Built to protect against the Tatars
Protection of the Virgin church-fortress (Покровська церква-фортеця), 14-16th C., 1773
closed with an internal court and western facade unfolded on a straight line.
Protection of the Virgin church-fortress (Покровська церква-фортеця), 1467
Presently ''Palace of pioneers' takes place in building.
A general area of botanical garden is 17.7 hectares.
One sgl, four dbl, three tpl rooms
This is one of the earliest towns in Ukraine, first mentioned around 1060 as a Slavic town controlled by Lithuanians, but evidence suggests that the Dacians and later the Trypillians had lived there in prehistorical times. The town is a natural crossroad for trans-Carpathian and trans-Ukrainian trade, which attracted Poles, Germans, Armenians, Lithuanians, Jews, Ukrainians, Russians and Romanians to live here until World War II. Now, the town is almost exclusively Ukrainian. A large fortress was built here to watch over the River Smotrych and some evidence suggests that a fortress has existed on this natural outcropping of rock since 2 millennia ago.