On Saturday 26th April 1986 the fourth reactor of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Ukraine (62 miles north of Kiev) went under a routine safety test. Just minutes later the reactor exploded polluting the air with millions of tons of deadly radioactive substance.
Today, you can visit the ghost town of Pripyat and visit the memorial 500 yards away from the fourth reactor on a semi private tour.
You can read about our visit to Chernobyl here.
Kyivo-Pechers’ka Lavra – countrys first world heritage site
Churches – Andriyivski Uzviz, Sophia Cathedral, St Michaels Monestry, St Volodymyrs Cathedral, St Nicholas
Arsena underground station
Ukraine Museum WW2
Shooting Range kalashnikov
State Aviation Museum
Independence Square (Maidan Nezalezhnosti – Square)
The Mezhyhirya Residence
Sightseeing (Bus, Hiking, E-Scooter, Mountain Bike
Urbex Adenture Tour
Street Art – Park landscape alley
Nightlife – Pub Crawl