Amazing world: glacier, castle, square!

Amazing world: glacier, castle, square!

Despite the raging pandemicmany countries are open to Ukrainians! And you should definitely visit here in order to recharge with emotions for the whole next year! 

What to see:
Neuschwanstein Castle (Bavarian Alps)

The delightful Neuschwanstein Castle of the Bavarian King Ludwig II, located on the picturesque alpine slopes, is crowned with emerald domes, its halls are decorated with gorgeous paintings depicting German mythology, and the decoration of the living room is based on the image of the swan-knight of Lohengrin. Once inside the castle, you will feel like you are in a fairy tale!

Entry rules for Ukrainians:
Covid-19 complete vaccination certificate. Vaccination must be performed with one of the vaccines listed on the website of the Institute. Paul Ehrlich:

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Moderna
  • AstraZeneca
  • Pfizer

The last dose should be vaccinated at least 14 days prior to entry.


What to see: 

Perito Moreno glacier 

The delightful Perito Moreno Glacier in Los Glaciares Park looks truly powerful! An excellent view opens from the observation deck, but you can get closer to the ice sculptures – by boat. It seems like the glacier is frozen in place, but it is not! Its speed is 2 meters per day. 

Entry rules for Ukrainians: 

  • A negative result of a PCR test done no more than 72 hours before the trip; 
  • Electronic declaration 48 hours before entering the country;  
  • Having an insurance policy covering isolation, hospitalization and treatment services for COVID-19. 


What to see:

Registan Square in Samarkand

The incredible Registan Square, which has existed for over 6 centuries, will amaze your imagination. Some buildings have been preserved here in their original form since the time of construction.

Entry rules for Ukrainians:

  • Negative PCR test for coronavirus (last 72 hours).

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