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We did a drive through this island while on out Viking River cruise and saw a Cossack demonstration of horsemanship. Not everything went quite right for the riders which made the show even more realistic than the rather ultra safe and sanitised performances in circuses....More
This is an island, a kind of holy place with a fantastic rich history. Khortitsa is a national resort, a real treasure for those who stay in the dusty and smelly town. The best time to visit is summer! The freshness of reach vegetation, all...More
This was a nice quiet place. Nice park forest trees. While I was there there was some people jumping off the bridge down into the river, but not actually in the river they had a safety line that would catch them in the swing them...More
No visit to Ukraine is complete without trip to Zaporizhzhya and its jem - Khortytsya Island. Picturesque views, rocks, magnificent Dnipro river.
The island is perfect for any type of outdoor activities - walking, relaxing on its numerous beaches, swimming, bicycling, kayaking, bout trips. You...More
I visit the resturant and museum. Museum much better to visit at the summer and not in the winter. Quite cool anyway but I can imagine a lot more activity in the summer. Resturant was very cozy and great food.
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There's no public transport access to the museum. You should either use any Right Bank bound bus, get off at the first stop and walk a mile, or walk VI's the Arch Bridge from the Right Bank. The Cossacks Museum is currently... More
There's no public transport access to the museum. You should either use any Right Bank bound bus, get off at the first stop and walk a mile, or walk VI's the Arch Bridge from the Right Bank. The Cossacks Museum is currently closed for the reconstruction, while the Zaporizka Sich complex is open to the public. Welcome! Laskawo prosimo!