Europcar is proud to offer ten locations in Ukraine: eight in Kyiv, including Boryspil International Airport and Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany); one at Dnipropetrovsk International Airport in the east; and one at Odesa International Airport on the Black Sea coast, to the south. So whether you're off on a short break, on an extended family vacation or travelling for business, we are here to help you explore this fascinating land by addressing all your car hire needs. Useful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, can help to make your driving experience between any of Ukraine's towns and cities a pleasure. And as always, Europcar's fleet of safe and reliable vehicles are standing by to allow you to select the hire car that best accommodates, however many passengers, however much luggage, or whatever size budget you have.
Popular among regular visitors for its open and hospitable people, Ukraine is also well known as a premier destination for those who appreciate the Great Outdoors. Whilst being the largest nation by area to exist solely within Europe, spending time in Ukraine's section of the Carpathian mountains, following the Danube Delta or exploring any of the thick forests that cover the land gives ample opportunity for hiking, walking, mountain biking, bird and wildlife spotting, and many other exhilarating pursuits. But if that sounds like too much hard work, the south coast Black Sea beaches provide the perfect place to simply relax and spend no energy, soaking up the sun, sea and sand.
The City of Kyiv - Ukraine's capital city is home to nearly 300,000 people, and dozens of architecturally important and historically significant buildings, sites and monuments, such as the Golden Gate, the Holy Dormition Cathedral, Saint Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery, the giant Mother Motherland statue, the Mariyinsky Palace, and Independence Square. It is also said that it's possible to walk from one end of Kyiv to the other without leaving the shade of its trees, thanks to the abundance of forestry in the city. The Dnieper river is home to various islands, of which Venetsianskyi is the most developed, and includes swimming beaches, boat rentals, night clubs and an amusement park. In the city centre, Independence Square and Khreschatyk Street become a hive of revelry and fun times for all the people enjoying the restaurants, clubs, bars and cafés during the summer. Museums and galleries can be found throughout the city as well, with many attached to the collections of historical buildings and monuments.
Odesa - Set along Ukraine's Black Sea coast, Odesa was originally a port and fortress that, over time, has settled into becoming one of the nation's premier vacation spots. The warm northern coast of the Black Sea combines with the town's beautiful beaches to form a hard to resist combination, that draws in countless visitors looking to relax on a traditional sun-drenched holiday, and offers a very lively nightlife to help cap each day off properly.