Travelers have planned holidays in Europe.
Time to think about Christmas vacation. In the Ukrainian travel agencies say that two months before the winter holidays almost all the tours are already sold out. Reporters understood where you can go and how much are the year winter travel.
A resident of Kiev Natalia Tereshchenko long wanted to celebrate the New year at sea with family and a planned holiday in Egypt.
“Booked a tour to Egypt in late September and missed the $ 750. It’s two adults and one child, there comes eight days, all-inclusive and celebrating the New year. Now I see that value twice – one thousand, one thousand two hundred dollars,” said Natalia.
The sooner you get the book tour, the more discount, says the owner of a tourist company Igor Zakharenko. Now a week’s holiday in Egypt, Thailand, Sri Lanka and the Maldives in the average cost of six hundred dollars per person.
But this year, most Ukrainian travelers have planned holidays in Europe. Visa-free regime contributes to this.
“If you take the Krakow – from 99€, Prague for four days – somewhere 149-190 euros to go to Paris bus tour for 9 days will be 499 euros,” pereselil options Zakharenko.
Those wishing to relax in Lviv and in the Carpathians this year, more than double last year, says the owner of the travel company Elena Kazmina. Celebration with traditional carols and mountain scenery will cost an average of 3,500 UAH per person per week.
“Romantic New year in the castle with the cannon, with torches, this in Volhynia in the Ostroh castle in Dubno. We loved the Bush – this remote part of the Vinnytsia region almost on the border with Moldova, going to do new year tour there,” – said Kazmin.
Before booking the new year tour is to learn what services are included in its cost – to during the holidays don’t have to spend extra money on tickets, food and a visit to the Museum.
As reported, the new year’s weekend in 2018 will last for three days from 30 December to 1 January inclusive, and for Christmas weekend will again be three days in a row: 6, 7 and 8 January
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