On the Ankudinov Island there is a monument of the Zero Kilometer Mark which symbolically flags the mouth of the Danube River on the Ukrainian territory. And though the actual Kilometre Zero belongs to Romania the place has become really popular among tourists. Either for a pleasant boat ride to the island, or for numerous tales this monument is referred, there are few visitors who could help not touching, climbing, picturing with the monument which according to the tales promises various benefits – from adding another zero in the end of the sum in one’s paycheck to soon-to-be rounded bellies of young childless wives in newly married couples.
Why people do not want to go to the Ukraine is beyond my comprehension. It is a beautiful country with a variety to see.
The only company to guide you through this developing country is Unipress. I have been travelling for over forty years. Rarely, do I use a company as they tell you what to do and when. This is not the case with Unipress. They just provide your tickets and you are free to do whatever you fancy.
In addition, they are the most courteous company with which I have had dealings. They respond to your queries quickly and politely. Surprisingly, their English is better than most North Americans and Great Britain folks.
If you desire to see a wonderful country, there is only one fantastic way to go – with UNIPRESS.