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One has to admit that no matter the challenges we face or what is happening in our lives, New Year is always a time of festive fairytales. From
childhood we are always waiting for this special day to come — from
the moment we realized it was worth waiting for. Even now, as we have
grown up and wised up, we still subconsciously count off the days left
until New Year and look forward to miracles and presents.
I believe you would agree, dear passengers, that there is no better
present than a New Year trip. So, all that’s left to do is to decide what
takes your fancy.
If you find it impossible to wait for 1 January, head to Europe to
enjoy the cheerful and colourful Christmas markets in the streets and
squares of each and every town in December. Prague, Vienna, Zurich,
Geneva, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Salzburg, Brussels and other centres
of the traditional Catholic Christmas attract guests with their unique festive
atmospheres, the heady aromas of mulled wine and baked apples,
the flickering lights, and the music and joyful laughter. And the Christmas
charm doesn’t pass by the ancient city of Lviv either, which annually
entertains its guests with large-scale folk festivals, fireworks, masquerades
and street performances which celebrate Ukrainian traditions.
Fans of celebrating New Year at an altitude of several thousand
metres above sea level traditionally spend their winter holidays at a ski
resort. The Alps, the Pyrenees, the Tatras, the Caucasus, the Carpathians, the Ardennes, the Balkan Mountains, the Scandinavian Mountains,
and many other ski-friendly mountain regions that cater to every taste,
preference and budget can be easily reached these days. It’s high time
to choose the perfect spot to make your winter dreams come true.
Still, if you dream of replacing the crunch of snow with the sound
of ocean surf, a cool breeze and a gently caressing sun, or a warm
jumper and furry boots with a beach towel and flip-flops, buy tickets that
will take you to summer. After all, the New Year celebrations in Madeira, Tenerife, the Maldives, the Seychelles, Thailand and the UAE all offer
an amazing experience! Just imagine palm trees instead of a Christmas
tree, delicious fresh pineapple instead of sparkling wine, and seafood
instead of the traditional roasted goose — it’s the fantastic feast of eternal summer in the middle of winter.
So, the choice is yours! On behalf of UIA please allow me congratulate you on the upcoming festivities. Let peace, kindness and prosperity
reign over you, your family and friends! Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year!
By leafing through Panorama magazine or visiting UIA’s official
website, www.flyuia.com, you will find more information on the travel
opportunities we offer.
Thank you for choosing UIA. Enjoy your flight!
Yuri Miroshnikov,
UIA President
CONTENT
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CONTENT
Editorial Board:
Yevgeniya Satska (the Head)
Iryna Korchynska
Simon Bondle
Tetyana Kovtun-Avdeeva
Oleksandr Lutsyk
Maryna Popeleta-Plotnikova
Chief Editor:
Iryna Yemets
Art Director:
Oleksandr Lutsyk
Editors:
Olga Zabiaka
Olena Koval
Proofreader:
Olga Parfeniuk
The Issue Prepared by:
Maryna Popeleta-Plotnikova
Publisher:
AT.Media LLC
Panorama magazine is registered by
National Committee of Information Policy,
Television and Broadcast of Ukraine
(CERTIFICATE |t 20342-10142 ‚
dated 23.09.2013).
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CALENDAR
Important events 2015
18 WORLD GUIDE
St. Moritz — the cradle
of winter tourism
22 10DENCY
Fashionable look
for New year holidays
28 LIFE
You are going to the
ball!
34 TALK TIME
Etiquette with Marie de Tilly
60 EXPERT OPINION
Exclusive interview with
Georgian ambassador
to Ukraine Mikheil Ukleba
74 GASTRO GUIDE
Vienna — a gourmet’s
paradise
82 LEARN TO
Portuguese craftsmanship
95 UIA WORLD
News. Panorama club.
Fleet. Destinations network
36 HI-TECH
The advantages of travel
apps
44 ART VOYAGE
Pablo Picasso —
embodied expression
50 TRAVEL UKRAINE
Lviv. Sacred family holiday
54 ACTUAL RATING
The best b&bs in the
world
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t—Ÿ—¨Ç’Ÿ£®œš› œ’¢Ÿ’”’
31.01 — 17.02
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14.03 — 19.07
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19.09 — 4.10
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10–17.08
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25.04 — 5.05
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS ON 2015
Paris Ready to Wear
Fashion Week
3–11.03
Paris, France
Paris fashion week prescribes style tendencies for
the next season, dates of shows are established
by the French Federation of Fashion and Readyto-Wear. This year the only spring fashion shows
will be held in the beginning of March.
Geneva Motor Show
5–15.03
Geneva, Switzerland
This year, the Geneva Palexpo exhibition
centre will host the 85th anniversary motor
show. In addition to demonstrating new models, the automotive industry’s titans will also
discuss solutions to the world’s environmental
problems.
April Fool’s Day
1.04
Odesa, Ukraine
On 1 April the Ukrainian capital of humour
is the best venue for those wanting to enjoy
a good laugh. On this festive day in Odesa
the carnival and clowns festival Komediada
are held.
Japanese Cherry
Blossoms
25.04 — 5.05
Art Basel
4–7.12.2014
Art Basel has long been implicitly recognized as the most important international
contemporary art fair in the world. Some 300 of the best artists from around the world will
present their masterpieces to an expectant audience.
Miami, USA
Each year for the past 25 years a Contemporary and Modern Art Week has been
held in Miami. This event resembles a fashion
show, but the catwalk is filled not with outfits
but with the work of prominent artists, photographers and designers.
Christmas Kraina Mriy
(Dreamland) Festival
7-8.01
Kyiv, Ukraine
To truly get into the holiday spirit, you must
visit Kraina Mriy. This festival offers Christmas
entertainment, workshops, a Nativity puppet
show, concerts and the heartwarming singing
of Christmas carols around a fire.
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For Coffee to Lviv City
Holiday
September
Every year, the French Riviera is invaded by
stars, journalists and film fans. That’s because
this is where the world’s most prestigious film
festival traditionally takes place, defining the
best of the best and highlighting the rising
stars of cinema at the Palais des Festivals.
In the early autumn old Lviv is even more mysterious, cozy and inviting. It’s time to visit for
a cup of coffee and to take part in choosing
the best coffee house in the city.
Cannes, France
Sziget Kyiv
10–17.08
Kyiv, Ukraine
In August Kyiv’s Trukhaniv Island will become
Liberty Island. It is here that a long-awaited
massive European festival of electronic music
will be held. In addition to the stages, where
the performances will be continuous, there will
also be a camping area for festival goers on
the island.
Lviv, Ukraine
Oktoberfest
19.09 — 4.10
Munich, Germany
Every year, Munich turns into the city of beer
and gathers, with no exaggeration, millions
of fans of the frothy beverage. The tent containing the best international varieties of beer
covers a huge area.
Uzhhorod, Ukraine
Miami Beach, USA
Art Miami, International
Contemporary & Modern
Art Fair
2–7.12.2014
Cannes International Film
Festival
13–24.05
In spring, this Ukrainian city acquires a Japanese feel, as the central streets of Dovzhenko
and Rakoczy, and Pushkin Square on the
waterfront, abound with Japanese cherry tree
blossoms.
Weathervanes at Lviv
International Festival
Beginning of May
Dubai Shopping Festival
1.01 — 1.02
Lviv, Ukraine
Dubai, UAE
The dream of every shopaholic. In addition
to considerable discounts in the shopping
malls, a special holiday programme is also laid on for visitors to Dubai, including
fashion shows, concerts, competitions, and,
of course, amazing fireworks.
Venice Carnival
31.01 — 17.02
Venice, Italy
The charms of Venice have a special thrill,
being something of a waking dream.
In 2015 this spectacular masquerade is devoted to the world of fantasy, nature and the
tales of a magic forest inhabited by amazing
animals and birds.
This unusual festival, which combines ethnic
music and jazz, will once again take place
in the courtyard of Lviv City Hall. In addition
to the concerts, there will be literary soirees
and media projects on the programme.
Alexander McQueen:
Savage Beauty
14.03 — 19.07
London, UK
This exhibition, which will run at the Victoria and Albert Museum for more than four
months, will be the most comprehensive
retrospective of the work of one of the
greatest contemporary designers, Alexander
McQueen.
The Regatta of San Ranieri
17.06
Pisa, Italy
This traditional evening regatta in the Italian city of Pisa offers not only fierce competition,
but also a very spectacular show. The historic parts of the city and the central routes become part of a fairy-like world.
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WORLD GUIDE
WORLD GUIDE
Swiss resorts are known to be
the most prestigious in Alps
Once upon a time the first ski resorts grew up among the enchanting Alpine mountains.
Half a century later, St. Moritz and Andermatt have become cultural centres for winter recreation.
CHAMPAGNE RESORT
Back in the 19th century, Johannes Badrutt,
a young businessman and the owner of a
modest hotel in the Swiss town of St. Moritz,
bet his English friends that in winter St. Moritz
was a better place to relax and get a tan
than any popular summer resort. Badrutt
promised to reimburse all his friends’ travel
expenses if they were left disappointed after
their holiday in St. Moritz. The Englishmen
arrived on Christmas Day and did not leave
the Swiss mountain town until Easter, tanned
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and happy. This is how winter tourism in
the Alps was born.
The five-star Badrutt’s Palace Hotel
is now a focal point of the town, and
St. Moritz is the most prestigious and glamorous winter resort on the planet. The world’s
elite gathers here to enjoy the famous
“champagne” climate. The name comes not
from the beverage preferences of the visitors,
although the most expensive drinks do flow
like water here, but from the sun that shines
here for more than three hundred days a year
and the sparkling snow all around. You really
can get a tan here, even in winter.
The tourists are clearly also attracted
by the prestigious hotels and charming
atmosphere, the streets of boutiques which
gleam with the signs of global brands, and
the excellent infrastructure for winter sports.
The Alpine valley of Engadin includes
seven zones for skiing, and the season
runs from November to early May. The
most famous runs are Corvatsch, Corviglia
and Diavolezza, for novices, average and
In Alpine valley there are seven
ski areas
extreme skiers, respectively. All the runs
are interconnected by rail services and
ski-buses. Every Friday at 7.00 pm a magic Snow Night begins on the Corvatsch
run: this, the longest illuminated slope in the
Alps stays open till 2.00 am. Never pass
up a chance to ski at night. In addition to
skiing, the resort is renowned for its other
more unusual entertainments — bobsleighing, dog races across the frozen lake and
even paragliding. The international winter
polo competition, the Cartier Polo World
MA JOR EVENTS IN ST. MORITZ
Celebration of the 150th Anniversary
of Winter Tourism
4.12.2014–30.04.2015
Illumination of the main buildings,
competitions, concerts and events
that honour the pioneers of winter
recreation.
Bobsleigh and Skeleton World
and European Cup
12.01–25.01
These competitions will be held on
a single bobsleigh track at the Olympia Bob Run.
White Star of St. Moritz
14.01–17.01
Mid-winter vintage car rally.
Snow Polo World Cup
St. Moritz
29.01–1.02
The World Snow Polo Competition,
a long-standing prestigious, highsociety event.
White Turf St. Moritz
Every Sunday, 8.02–22.02
International horse races, which
have been held in St. Moritz
since 1907.
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White Turf Races is one
of the brightest winter events
in St. Moritz
Cup; the White Turf horse race; a Gourmet
Festival and a Jewellery Week are among
the other high-society events hosted here.
From a small alpine town St. Moritz has
grown into a synonym for style, elegance
and high class.
TRAIN CHIC
The difficulties of train travel are overturned
in Switzerland, since the local transport
system is truly amazing. The country is crisscrossed by railways as if by blood vessels
and the trains, which look like spaceships,
wipe out the notion of “inaccessible alpine
villages”.
St. Moritz is the starting point for several exciting trips on the panoramic Glacier
Express, Bernina Express and Palm Express.
These trains not only provide the comfort
one expects in the carriages, but also offer Michelin standard cuisine, as well as
providing plenty of entertainment for both
adults and children. However, all of this
is eclipsed by the landscapes on the other
side of the panoramic windows — nature
reserves, spiral viaducts and spectacular
passes abound.
The Swiss railway network is so advanced and perfect that it is similar to travelling by air. In this country you can even
order charter trains! But to get to the next
destination — the Andermatt resort — we
recommend that you take advantage of
the well-developed route of the Glacier
Express.
RENAISSANCE OF ANDERMATT
Andermatt as a world-famous winter resort
has more than 130-years-old history, and
it’s weird but it started not with the Swiss,
It was Andermatt where the
first ski-lift was built
GRANDIOSE ƒELEBRATION OF THE 15TH
ANNIVERSARY OF WINTER TOURISM WILL TAKE
PLACE THIS SEASON IN ST. MORITZ
but with the Norwegians. It is them who
invented the Telemark — a special kind of
mountain skiing. A pretty Swiss town became
the center of Telemark, it was here where
the first training schools and lifts in Europe
were opened. Prior to the Second World
Andermatt was very popular, and then everybody forgot about it.
Only in recent years its charms have
begun to recover and modern Andermatt was
re-opened as luxury resort for tourists who appreciate comfort but cannot stand the crowds
on the slopes. Skiing infrastructure is also
developing: slopes of different complexity
USEFUL INFORMATION
Glacier Express
The most famous express in the world
connects the fashionable alpine resorts
of St. Moritz and Zermatt, passing
through Andermatt. This red and white
train passes through 91 tunnels and over
291 bridges, through the 400-metredeep Ruynolta Swiss Grand Canyon,
over the Oberalp Pass at an altitude
of 2,033 metres, and, of course, climbs
levels, schools and cozy restaurants to warm
up between the laps are being multiplied.
In 2014, the most famous newspaper in
the world New York Times has put this town
to the list of must-visit places. The opening of
The Chedi Boutique Hotel impacted greatly
the return of Andermatt to the arena of winter
recreation. First-class apartments in the middle
of Alps are not so cheap: luxury rooms cost
̴950 per night and apartments for sale
cost ̴1.7 million, but this does not impact
the number of visitors in first-class hotels. Find
time to get to Andermatt until it becomes trite
ordinary resort.
onto the mighty Matterhorn. Don’t worry,
you’ll have enough time for a good look
at all of the above through the windows,
since the Glacier Express is also
the slowest train in the world.
Route: St. Moritz–Davos–Chur–
Dizentis– Andermatt–Brig –Visp–
Zermatt
Full fare: First Class — € 218.40,
Second Class — € 124.20
HOW TO REACH
UIA offers daily regular flights from Kyiv to Geneva and Zurich
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Believers in eastern horoscopes advise greeting
the New Year wearing
the colours of green, blue
and yellow. However,
if this isn’t good enough
for you we suggest paying
attention to the more versatile New Year’s image
of the Snow Queen.
There is no need to look
for a carnival costume,
one merely needs to make
a white bow and add
some original details to it.
Your makeup should be
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3. Coat Calvin Klein
4. Muff Helen Moore
5. Dress Dsquared2
6. Perfume Swarovski
7. Lipstick Dior
8. Watch Movado
9. Clutch Alexander McQueen
10. Open-toe shoes Giuseppe Zanotti
notti
by Kanye West
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The image of a good
old-fashioned dandy
suits the cosy atmosphere
of the winter holidays
the best. It seems that
the warm tweed suit will
never go out of style and
the latest trends are only
encouraging a focus
on the intellectual look.
So be brave, and combine the smart casual style
holiday elements,
with holiday
such as a bow tie that
picks out one of the colours in the suit.
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On photo: photoshoot for Ralph Lauren
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1. Gloves Bottega Veneta
2. Suit Ralph Lauren
3. Shirt Armani
4. Bow tie Andy & Evan
5. Perfume Creed Green Irish Tweed
6. Sheepskin coat Gucci
7. Boots a. testoni
8. Belt Bottega Veneta
9. Watch Salvatore Ferragamo
10. Tie Blackberry
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Тел.: 044-569-98-16; 044-569-98-19
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PANORAMA | DECEMBER | 2014 |
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YOU ARE GOING TO THE BALL!
JACOBCOHEN.IT
LIFE
It’s a gala night. The first stars are only just beginning to twinkle in the sky. Smart looking men
wearing dinner jackets emerge from executive-class cars, women in evening gowns sparkle in their
diamonds. The ball season is beginning in Europe. Let’s go! As a little magician puts it in Cinderella,
it is very bad for you to miss a ball when you deserve to go.
THE IMPERIAL BALL
OR LE GRAND BALL IN VIENNA
DATE: 31.12.2014
DRESS CODE: Ladies should wear an
evening or ball gown of any colour other
than black, dark-brown or grey. Unpartnered gentlemen should wear a black
bow-tie.
TICKET PRICE: € 180–590
This ceremonial event is the traditional
prelude to the ball season in Europe.
Back in the nineteenth century, Queen Sissi personally selected the date for the Ball
and invited the most renowned guests herself. Ever since, the Ball has taken place
in the most beautiful ceremonial hall in the
very centre of Vienna. The majestic Hofburg Palace, the former winter residence
of the Habsburg dynasty and today the
president’s official residence, welcomes
the cream of society, and charming ladies
and gentlemen.
At 9 p.m. the guests are invited to
sit for the royal dinner. Waiters wearing
old-fashioned livery serve the tables and
obligingly bow their heads to the honourable guests. The dinner lasts for an hour
and a half, and afterwards it is time for
the courtly dancing that you have dreamt
of since childhood. Hurry up, there’s still
the chance to turn dreams into reality.
Can you hear the ceremonial sounds of
the polonaise? That’s just the beginning,
to be followed by a dizzying vortex of
endless waltzes, polkas and gallops. The
Ball is at its height! The night is fantastic!
Life is beautiful!
CALENDAR OF OTHER
VIENNESE BALLS:
16.01.2015 The Flower Ball
22.01.2015 The Vienna
Philharmonic Ball
26.01.2015 The Hunters’ Ball
13.02.2015 The Bonbon Ball
14.02.2015 The Johann Strauss Ball
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PANORAMA | DECEMBER | 2014
THE LOUIS XIV NEW YEAR’S
BALL IN PARIS
DATE: 31.12.2014
DRESS CODE: Ladies should wear
evening gowns. Gentlemen may choose
a dinner jacket, tails or a traditional suit.
There is only one condition for everybody,
regardless of gender: one’s dress should
capture the spirit of the era of Louis XIV.
TICKET PRICE: starting from € 2000
Over the course of a week this most prestigious society event takes place at two of the
best ancient French chateaux, Chateau d’Esclimont and Chateau de Montvillargenne,
which are both located within easy reach
of Paris. This trendy event aims to please
a demanding, high-class audience of global
celebrities and members of noble European
families. The festive New Year hall welcomes
its guests with regal decorations, exclusive
installations and luxurious surroundings.
The magical atmosphere of New Year’s Eve
is accompanied by gastronomic experiments
from the most talanted French chefs.
DRESDEN BALL
DATE: 30.01.2015
DRESS CODE: There are no strict rules
for gentlemen, but stylish ladies shall wear
formal red ball gowns only. For this reason
the alternative name of the Dresden Ball
is the Red Ball.
TICKET PRICE: € 360
This traditional and colourful event
is among the top European society
events, being second only to the Vienna
Opera Ball. Just 100 years ago it was
the most important of all balls in Europe.
However the tradition had to stop
during the Se cond World War due
to the destruction of the Opera House.
More recently, every January the Semperoper doors have been opened once
again for guests of every age, gender,
wealth and outlook. This event is a
harmonious combination of all the beauty
of the cultural capital of Saxony and
a ball known as the most democratic
in Europe!
ТЦ Мандарин Плаза
"Persona"
Тел.: 044-230-95-44;
044-230-95-46
"Envy"
Тел.: 044-230-95-54
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TALK TIME
ETIQUETTE WITH MARIE DE TILLY
In today’s world we sometimes lack good manners and sensitivity towards one another.
But occasionally we find ourselves in situations where we feel we are lacking knowledge of the rules
of etiquette and are unable to relax in a formal atmosphere. To fill in these gaps, we decided to turn
to the best source of information.
M
arie de Tilly is not just an elegant
woman with perfect manners, but
also the Countess of one of the
oldest families in France. She has absorbed
the rules of etiquette since childhood, but
with age, regularly receiving the wives of
diplomats at the Elysee Palace and organizing various events at the highest diplomatic
level, she has honed her skills to perfection.
Thus when we met Marie during her visit
to Kyiv, we learned many interesting things
which we thought we’d share with you.
Madame de Tilly, what do you think
is the point of etiquette and is it possible to cultivate it as an adult?
Etiquette and good manners are very important, they serve to express respect for
others. They can be learned at any age, but
the earlier one starts, the more natural these
skills will be.
You teach people the basics
of elegance; what are the main
aspects of this?
There are five major aspects: good hygiene,
respect for others, generosity, restraint and
knowledge of the main provisions of etiquette. The last point includes the ability to
introduce oneself, greet
others, have a naturally flowing conversation
in the presence of those of intellect, listen to
others, express gratitude and have a sense
of humour.
dresses, but this might depend on the purpose of one’s journey. Be certain to pack a
day dress and a few pairs of shoes. One’s
jewellery should also be diverse, so that one
can enhance the effect of the image one is
aiming to create.
You organize trips to various regions
of France. What unique things can be
learnt in these places?
Firstly, on these trips we visit private chateaux, where guests can learn the rules
of etiquette and apply them in the company
of French nobility. Participants get to spend
time sampling the activities that the aristocracy of our country enjoy. Furthermore we
travel to various private properties, visiting
famous people and going hunting. Of
course, each trip ends with a gala party at
a luxurious French chateau.
What would you say are the most
common mistakes made during
soirees?
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WHILE TRAVELING
THE COUNTRY VISIT THE
CASTLES OF THE LOIRE,
P…RIGORD, PROVENCE,
BRITTANY, VERSAILLES
AND PARIS
Визнані світом
Several other behavioural traits that are considered vulgar:
• Ladies pouring themselves a drink.
Ladies should not touch the bottle;
• Using a knife for a salad;
• Leaving lipstick marks on a glass;
• Hanging one’s jacket on the back of
one’s chair if nobody else has done so;
• Not letting others talk.
What is the best gift for the host
if you are invited for dinner?
The best choice would be to send flowers
or chocolates before 6 pm. Of course, one
can take a bottle of wine, however this has
some inconveniences associated with it. It is
likely that the hostess has already planned
what will go well with dinner; one is unlikely
to guess correctly and take this particular
drink. For this reason giving alcohol is not
recommended.
Are there any peculiarities in plane
etiquette?
Any etiquette starts with one’s appearance.
On a plane one should not dress in a way
that is too bulky or ostentatious; dressing in
the style of an elegant sportsman or woman
would be most appropriate. Restraint in relation to one’s neighbours and not complaining about the work of the stewards will also
be preferable
for the people around you.
Madame de Tilly, could you list ten
things that a true lady will always
have in her suitcase?
First of all, black and beige trousers, some
silk blouses and several Petit Bateau t-shirts.
One should have at least three cocktail
at the table only speaks about himself, does
not listen to others and is not at all interested
them that is one of the greatest displays of
disrespect.
The first things that catch one’s eye
and create a negative impression are
the inability to greet and thank people and
intemperance. It is ignorant to ask the price
of things or to spend time talking on the
phone. The absolute sign of bad manners is
selfishness. For example, when a neighbour
What places in France would you
recommend visiting and why?
When travelling in France by all means visit
the chateaux of the Loire Valley, Perigord,
Provence, the Basque Country, Brittany and,
of course, Versailles and Paris. After such a
tour one will have an idea
of the beauty and diversity of the landscape,
and an understanding of the richness of
France’s cultural heritage
and history.
Mater class by Marie de Tilly was arranged
by ADL Group
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THE ADVANTAGES OF TRAVEL APPS
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Ÿ’›œ ¢š£ŸÆªš§ – –’¤œÆ” –± ž’Ÿ–¢Æ”Ÿšœ’.
Nowadays it’s hard to overestimate the importance of technology and applications. At the moment a lot of programs have
been developed that can help you with anything. Travels in this regard are not only an exception but on the contrary are
on the top of the scale by the number of ideas embodied into digital reality on how to make our time in strange place
easier and more diversified. In this issue we prepared for you a list of the most useful applications for the traveller.
TRIPADVISOR
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Ÿ’›œ¢’«Ç • ¤—Ç, ¢—£¤ ¢’Ÿš, Ÿ’›”š™Ÿ’©ŸÇªÇ ¡’ž’±¤œš ¤’ ǟªÇ ¨Çœ’”Ç žÇ£¨±
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™ —•œÇ£¤° ž ˜¥¤® £¥•¥”’¤š ”œ’™Ç”Ÿšœ’žš ¡Ç– ©’£ ”’ª É ¡ – ¢ ˜Ç.
COUCHSURFING
ˆ± £ ¨Ç’®Ÿ’ ž—¢—˜’ ¡Ç–Ç›–— ¤šž ž’Ÿ–¢Ç”Ÿšœ’ž, ±œÇ Ÿ’ž’•’°¤®£± ž’œ£šž’®Ÿ ™’ «’–š¤š £”Ç› “°–˜—¤, “’˜’°¤® ¡Ç™Ÿ’¤š
œ¥®¤¥¢¥ œ¢’ÉŸš Ç ™’”—£¤š Ÿ ”š§ –¢¥™Ç”.
y’ – ¡ ž • ° Couchsurfing ”š ž ˜—¤—
“—™œ ª¤ ”Ÿ ™¥¡šŸš¤š£® Ÿ’ –—œÇ®œ’ –ŸÇ”
”– ž’ ” ¥©’£ŸšœÇ” ¡¢ —œ¤¥ ’“ ¡¢š›Ÿ±¤š
¡ – ¢ ˜¥°©š§ ¥ £—“— ” • £¤±§.
This resource gathered information about
the best hotels, restaurants, the mos famous sights and other interesting places
in diffe rent corners of the world. A team
of experts of the company personally
checks all the spots and gives awards
that can safely serve you as a guide during your travel.
This social network is a perfect solution
for those travellers who seek to spare their
budget to the maximum and would like to
learn about the culture of the country and
find new friends. With the help of Couchsurfing you can stay for several days at
project participant’s home for free or host
the travellers at your place.
WI-FI FINDER
‘œ« ”š Ÿ— ¥±”±Í¤— £” Í ˜š¤¤± ¡ ™’
ž—¢—˜—° ’“ ž’ͤ— Ÿ— “§Ç–ŸÇ£¤® ¤—¢žÇŸ ” ¡Ç–’͖Ÿ’¤š£± – ǟ¤—¢Ÿ—¤¥, ¤ –’Ÿ’
¡¢ •¢’ž’ – ¡ ž ˜— ”’ž ±œŸ’›ª”š–ª—
™Ÿ’›¤š Ÿ’›“š˜©— –˜—¢— Wi-Fi ¤’
Ÿ’–’£¤® ”š©—¢¡Ÿ¥ ǟ¦ ¢ž’¨Ç° ¡¢ ž ˜š” £¤Ç › • ”šœ ¢š£¤’ŸŸ±.
If you can’t imagine your life offline or if
you urgently need to get access to the Internet that this program will help you to find
the closest Wi-Fi source and provide you
with detailed information on how to use it.
EVERNOTE „r WORD LENS
’ –¥žœ¥ Ÿ’ª É ¢—–’œ¨ÇÉ, Evernote ¤’
Word Lens Í Ÿ’›™¢¥©ŸÇªšžš ™’¡š£Ÿšœ’žš –± ¡ – ¢ ˜Ç. | ˜—Ÿ Ǚ Ÿš§ ž’Í ªš¢ œš› £¡—œ¤¢ ¦¥Ÿœ¨Ç› ¤’ – ¡ ž ˜— ”’ž
™’¡’ž’±¤’¤š Ÿ’›”’˜š”ÇªÇ ž ž—Ÿ¤š.
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According to our editors Evernote and
Word Lens are the most convenient notebooks for travel. Each one has a wide
range of functions and will help you to remember the most important moments.
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HI-TECH
LOCALEATS
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£—¢—– žÇ£¨—”š§ ˜š¤—Ç” £ “š” °
¡ ¡¥±¢ŸÇ£¤°.
When travelling it’s always desirable
to find restaurants with authentic atmosphere, not tourist ones but those that
became a Mecca for locals. LocalEats
program takes into account your location
and offers a list of public places popular
among locals.
HOTELLOOK
v’Ÿš› ¡ ¢¤’ Ÿ’–’Í ǟ¦ ¢ž’¨Ç° ¡¢ • ¤—Ç ¡ ”£® ž¥ £”Ǥ¥. { • •  ”Ÿ °
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This portal provides information on hotels
all around the world. The main advantage
is that it collects information from all booking resources such as Booking, Expedia,
Ostrovok, Travel etc. and compares them
by price offering you an optimal variant.
BLABLACAR
ˆ—› ¢—£¥¢£ – ¡ ž’•’Í ™Ÿ’›¤š ¡ ¡¥¤ŸšœÇ”, œ¥–š “ Ÿ— —˜’” ”’ª ª±§. —™’—˜Ÿ ”Ç– ¤ • , ɖ—¤— ”š Ÿ’ ”’£Ÿ ž¥ ’”¤ Ç “’˜’ͤ— ¢ ™–ǝš¤š ™ ¨Çœ’”šžš °–®žš
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– –’¤ œ £¤’Ÿ— ”’ž ¥ Ÿ’• –Ç.
Wherever you go this recourse will help
you to find some fellow travellers. It doesn’t
matter whether you go by your own car and
would like to share your way with interesting
people as well as your petrol expenses or
you’re looking for a maximum comfortable
and sparing way to reach your destination — this application will be of use.
SEATGURU
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ART VOYAGE
ART VOYAGE
The picture by Picasso Nude, Green
Leaves and Bust is the most expensive
in the world ($ 106 482 500).
The name of the canvas owner remains
unknown
believed in this trouble, the uncle of the
future genius approached the boy really
closely and breathed out smoke of his
usual cigarettes into his face, and the
infant screamed his head off. Since then,
the heart of the nephew did not skip a bit
over 91 years. It is not unlikely that in the
memory of this incident that actually saved
him Pablo also liked tobacco smoke,
however, unlike his uncle, he preferred
tobacco pipe to cigars.
PABLO PICASSO — EMBODIED
EXPRESSION
Pablo Picasso painted more than 14,000 full-fledged canvas,
100,000 engravings and 30,000 illustrations for books.
Such fruitfulness combined with a rare talent outlines around
the Master’s figure a halo of superman of incredible aptitude,
hypnotism and ability to create the new, paving the smooth way
for fresh trends in art and perception of the world. We have
a special occasion to recall the most outstanding works of the
artist and shed light on the little known facts of his life. In 2015,
the Picasso Museum in Paris which has one of the richest
collections of his paintings, celebrates its 30th anniversary. So,
while planning a trip to the capital of France, introduce into your
arrangements visiting a historic building 5, rue deThorigny, where
for so many years ones of the most famous paintings in art history
are kept.
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HARMFUL HABIT THAT SAVES LIFE
The life of Pablo Diego Josi Francisco de
Paula Juan Nepomuceno Maria de los
Remedios Cipriano de la Santisima Trinidad Martyr Patricio Clito Ruiz y Picasso
(this is the full name of the Master) may
be an endless story. Born in the family
of artist and art teacher, Pablo always
knew that a very great future... was in
store for him. He began to paint since
childhood, and delivered his first serious
oil painting as early as eight years old.
Some biographers seriously believe that
Picasso was saved thanks to smoking.
Once introduced into the world, a boy
showed no signs of life, and the midwife
decided that he was lifeless. Having not
COLOR MILESTONES
There are two main stages in the creative
life of the artist — blue and pink. And many people forget about the short but materially fundamental African stage. The name
of the blue period was dictated by color
gamma of his paintings of 1901–1904.
Pain, suffering, venal love — themes of
his work at the time was rather pessimistic.
Bereavement is behind that. A close friend
of artist Carlos Cosahemas went to his
account because of an unhappy love affair. To get closer to his lost friend, Picasso
moved to Paris which had previously been
visited by them together while participating in exhibitions. There he began to live
with woman who has been the cause of
death of Carlos. Quite an unusual way
to express the sorrow, but there are always specific and sometimes strange laws
in the world of creative people.
CHERCHEZ LA FEMME
Paint on his canvas began to warm up
when a special woman came into his
life — Fernande Olivier. The artist shared
nine years with her. But the female figures
in the pages of his biography succeeded
one another even faster than the style
of their portrayal on his pictures. Eight
women who stayed in his life longer
than others left the deepest footprint
and inspired him to create new paintings.
The master found himself at the altar
twice. Love for a ballerina from Sergey
Diagilev’s troupe brought him there for the
first time — Picasso created the backdrop
for the staging of Parade. Our compatriot,
Olga Khokhlova, born in Nishyn, became
his wife. As it was sworn before the altar,
they were together till death did them
part. But only de jure, as Pablo simply
refused to agree to a divorce. The point
is not that he did not want to let his wife
go, who left because of his plural betrayals. The divorce was not executed due
to mercenary considerations: under the
marriage contract concluded at the height
of passionate feelings the artist had to give
his ex-wife half of his property, including
paintings. The artist married the second
time having made will. At that time he
was 72 years old and his helpmate was
27. Jacqueline Roque was his last muse
who lived with her husband for almost
20 years worshiping of him like an idol.
It seems that Picasso did not object to such
idolatry. Picasso wearied of other muses
and left sooner or later. The only woman
who has left him herself and was impudent to become happy having published
a provocative book My Life With Picasso
was elegant and creative Fransoize Gilot.
All others tries to come back to the artist,
went mad or went to their account.
WIND FROM AFRICA
Going back to his work, it worth noting
that the step which changed Pablo’s idea
about painting became his passion for Af-
rican art. Trying to paint a portrait of Gertrude Stein, the painter drew it more than
80 times until finally disillusioned with art
methods that he commonly used. Primitive
art of African tribes relieved him, which is
in symbiosis with particular worldview of
the author has given impetus to the development of new direction in art — cubism.
SPECIAL PICASSO’S PAINTINGS:
Guernica (1937) — a canvas of
3.5 § 7.8 meters was painted in one
month on the order of Spanish government
in protest against Nazis;
Dream (1932) — the owner of this
painting that has poor eyesight accidently
pierced it through with his elbow the day
before the sale. But ultimately it was sold
for $155 million;
Nude, Green Leaves and
Bust (1932) — the most expensive painting of the Master which was sold at the
official bidding. It was paid $106 million
at Christie’s auction house. By the way,
Picasso is the only artist whose paintings
have entered the top-ten of the most expensive ones thrice.
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the Voskresinnya (Resurrection)
Theatre Company, will enchant
you with its majesty. There will
also be many other activities
going on. At the Arsenal Museum Cossack fun will be taking
place — have a go, don’t
stay away. Believe me, you’ll
take home some unforgettable
memories!
When you start to get
hungry, hurry up and visit the
Pampukh Festival. Every year,
this event turns the northern
part of the Market Square into
a meeting place for families
and friends. Little fried balls
of light dough sprinkled with
powdered sugar have long
been a sweet symbol of Christmas here. In Ukraine they are
called pampukh; in Russia and
Poland, pampushki; Jews call
them sufraniyety; and the English and Americans call them
doughnuts. They are all similar
yet differ greatly at the same
time!
Lviv in the square in front of
the Opera House — this can
rightfully be called the must-see
event of the Christmas holidays
in Lviv. You should definitely go
and watch it!
You may, of course, get
hungry or cold while you’re
outside. If this happens, make
a quick visit to the nearby tents
offering an excellent selection
of national dishes. Most of them
are cooked right here, on-site,
over an open fire, attracting
those who want to taste the
spicy mulled wine, fragrant
homemade sausages and other
delicious-smelling goodies. The
very sight and smell of them
brings on a hefty appetite. And
if you’re lucky enough to visit
the fair on 7th January, then
you’ll also be treated to the festive delicacy of kutia (a sweet
grain pudding).
Christmas in Lviv is incredible: a vivid, emotional and
colourful festival which will give
you a different perspective on
life — more cheerful, balanced
and happy. This is evidenced
by those who have been lucky
enough to visit the capital
of Halychyna for Christmas
week; we have no reason not
to believe them. Finally, one
more tip — probably the most
important one. Visit the city
with family, friends and loved
ones, because during the sacred Christmas holiday families
become stronger, love grows
and faith strengthens. Try it for
yourself!
CHRISTMAS STAR
FLASHES!
During the Christmas season
the townsfolk and visitors to Lviv
are greeted in the streets by
carollers singing merry songs,
professional and amateur actors perform outdoor puppet
shows of the Nativity, and the
Museum of Folk Architecture
and Rural Life invites you to
participate in The Flash of the
Christmas Star festival. There’s
no chance to relax on the day
after Christmas: on 8th January
a parade of Nativity puppet
shows is held in the centre of
Many would agree that the city of Lions is
the corner of Ukraine which has best preserved
the tradition of celebrating Christmas as a sacred
family holiday. Christmas time in Lviv is truly a time
of discovery: of the city itself, and of its ancient
traditions, endless legends and rituals.
O
n the eve of the joyful
Christmas holiday,
let’s leave our affairs,
forget adult problems and
dive into childhood, into the
wonderful story of the majestic
city of Lviv — possibly the most
beautiful city in Ukraine!
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Christmas in Ukraine includes
a lot of interesting features:
singing, mulled wine, honey,
pampushki (a sort of doughnut), souvenirs, Christmas carols and a warm atmosphere.
A good tradition and a special
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delight for the winter holiday
in Lviv is its Christmas Fair. This
event has all the best features
of the European Christmas fairs
in Vienna, London and Krakow,
successfully combined with the
ancient history and rich authenticity of the Ukrainian people.
If you arrive in the city of
Lviv during the Christmas season, you can’t miss the way
to the Fair. You are sure to find
yourself in the centre of the
city, and it is here, in Market
Square and Liberty Avenue,
that the festive Fair takes place,
for a month from 10th December to 10th January. The bright
lights, Christmas tunes and
friendly smiles truly make you
feel as if you are in a fairytale!
On the day before Christmas
Eve, which in Ukraine is celebrated on 6th January, the
main symbol of Christmas,
a six-metre-tall Didukh tree,
woven from wheat sheaves,
is installed.
Every year Lviv creates new
attractions to entice visitors.
Street performances will be the
highlight of the celebrations this
winter. A fire installation titled
“When the Angels Descend
to the Earth”, which will be
performed, as is tradition, by
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
6th January. Installation of Didukh
7th January. Voskresinnya Theatre. Fire installation called
“When the Angels Descend to the Earth”. Town Hall terrace.
7th January. The Flash of the Christmas Star at the
Shevchenkivskyi Hay Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life
7th–9th January. Pampukh Festival. Central Lviv.
8th January. Parade of Nativity puppet shows. The square in
front of the Opera House.
8th–9th January. Christmas in Grove Festival. The
Shevchenkivskyi Hay Museum of Folk Architecture and Rural Life.
12th December — 19th January. Christmas Fair. Southeastern part of Market Square and Liberty Avenue
HOW TO REACH
UIA offers daily regular flights from Kyiv to Lviv
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KOZA CAVE HOTEL
u› ¢—ž—, „¥¢—©©šŸ’
t’¢¤Æ£¤® Ÿ ž—¢’ Ÿ’ – “¥: € 75–190
— § ©—¤— ¡ ˜š¤š ¥ ¡—©—¢Ç? r ±œ« ¨— “¥–— °œ£ ”’ ¡—©—¢’ ™Ç ”£Çž’ ™¢¥©Ÿ £¤±žš ¤’ ¡¢šÍžŸ £¤±žš?
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Ÿ’ v šŸ¥ • ¥“Ç” ¢ ™žÇ£¤š”£± Ÿ—™”š©’›Ÿš› • ¤—®
¦ ¢ž’¤¥ B&B. „¥¤ Ÿ’ ”’£ ©—œ’Í œ  ¢š¤Ÿ’ ’¤ž £¦—¢’,
©¥– ”Ç ¡’Ÿ ¢’žš ™ ”—¢ªšŸš ¡’• ¢“’ ¤’ £ž’©Ÿ’ žÇ£¨—”’ œ¥§Ÿ±.
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ACTUAL RATING
A MINIMALISTIC
BREAK
B&Bs usually offer modest accommodation,
but can be unusual and comfortable places
to stay in an unfamiliar city. We have picked
out some of the top B&Bs in the world for you.
PLAS DINAS COUNTRY HOUSE
Caernarfon, UK
Room rate per night: € 105
It turns out that mini-hotels can be five-star. The best proof of this is
Plas Dinas Country House in North Wales. In an old house located
in a charming valley between the mountains of Snowdonia and
the Irish Sea, there are ten carefully decorated and well-appointed
rooms. Despite the prim 19th-century-style English interior, the Hotel offers modern amenities including free Wi-Fi and a continental
breakfast.
TREVOSE HARBOUR HOUSE
St. Ives, UK
Room rate per night: € 220
AENAON VILLAS
Santorini, Greece
Room rate per night: € 650
Seven small villas tower over the highest point of the white-sand
island of Santorini. The rooms are decorated in the Cycladic
style, with a panoramic swimming pool with views of the Aegean Sea and the volcano. These features turn a simple holiday
in Greece into a romantic trip to paradise. Every morning guests
can choose from a Greek, continental or American breakfast.
Trevose Harbour House will challenge your perceptions of a holiday
in the UK, because it is located in the seaside resort of St Ives, between the Harbour and Portminster beaches. The guesthouse features
a very original design, is fully equipped with the latest gadgets and
offers seasonal cuisine with organic ingredients. To complete your
stay, massages and spa treatments are available.
NAZIONALE 51
Rome, Italy
Room rate per night: € 160
This modern and comfortable hotel in the heart of Rome is the best
for business travel, as the apartments are equipped with the necessary facilities for working. In your breaks, you can admire the city
landscapes from the balcony and regale yourself with a pleasant
breakfast, served directly to your room.
KOZA CAVE HOTEL
Goreme, Turkey
Room rate per night: € 75–190
Would you like to live in a cave? What if it was a deluxe cave
with all the comforts and pleasures of a hotel? In the Turkish town of
Goreme, which is in fact an open-air museum, in a cave overlooking
Pigeon Valley, there is an unusual B&B, housed in a historic building.
Here you will find a cheerful atmosphere, a wonderful panorama
from the top of the hill and delicious local cuisine.
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EXPERT OPINION
EXPERT OPINION
Taras Shevchenko and poems by 100 Ukrainian poets into Georgian. This last event was timed to coincide with the 200th anniversary of the birth of Taras Shevchenko. In November we arranged New
Georgian Film Festival in six Ukrainian cities: Kyiv, Odesa, Kherson,
Sumy, Poltava and Dnipropetrovsk.
Mr Ukleba, we are all anticipating the upcoming Christmas holidays and the Christmas spirit will soon spread
throughout the country. Tell us a little about the features
of the season in Georgia.
As in Ukraine, we celebrate Christmas on 7 January, although it
was originally celebrated on 25 December, which is reflected in the
traditional Christmas songs. The most important Georgian tradition
at New Year is the eating of a huge feast. Roasted pork and turkey
stewed in satsivi are must-haves on the New Year dining table. No
New Year celebration can be without the traditional Georgian confection of gozinaqi either. Those present at the banquet have to taste
it to ensure that the coming year is sweet.
We call Father Christmas Tovlis Babua, “Snow Grandad”. He visits
us in national dress — the Chokha — and has an impressive long
grey beard. Mekkule — ‘the pioneer’ — is also a very important
person during the holiday. He is the first man to step over the threshold of the house after New Year has come — he/she necessarily
has the “happy leg”. What the New Year promises for the family
tatally depends upon this person. Traditionally, celebrations are held
at home, and after midnight everybody starts calling at each other’s
homes. Of course, no Georgian feast would be complete without
shooting. In the villages, you will hear the shots of guns fired into the
air in between the explosions of firworks.
TRADITIONAL NEW YEAR
HOLIDAYS IN GEORGIA
The popularity of Georgia among our fellow citizens has been growing rapidly. Moreover, the pace
of this trend is even faster than exponential. It’s more like a tourist virus. All who visit this hospitable country
enjoy recounting its virtues with enthusiasm and a gleam in their eye on their return. This leads to a few
more travellers picking up the virus of ‘Georgiamania’ and going to see it for themselves. Georgian
Ambassador to Ukraine Mikheil Ukleba revealed to us what makes his country so attractive and what
the secrets are behind the new Georgian miracle. In a friendly chat, he lifts the veil of mystery, shares
the niceties of Georgian Christmas celebrations, and tells us about the new ski resorts, the best local
restaurants, the tradition of toastmasters and the features of a genuine Georgian feast.
The similarities between our peoples have recently been
particularly noticeable. In your opinion, what is the basis
for this trend and our emotional relationship?
A lot of things unite our peoples: these include a common history
and many native family names — for example, Lesia Ukrainka, David
Guramishvili, Ivan Kavaleridze and Mykhaylo Hrushevskyi. But it may
well be that the most important similarities are our love of freedom
and our aspirations for independence. Because freedom is a success.
To gain independence is difficult, but to keep it is even more difficult.
I believe that this vital necessity is the most important for our nations.
And there is no doubt that it is a guarantee that we will certainly
have a very great future. One more huge advantage we share is the
ability to laugh at ourselves. Not every nation can make jokes about
itself. This is a clear manifestation of self-sufficiency and a good sense
of humour.
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Currently Ukraine ranks fifth in terms of the number
of tourists visiting your country. Do you plan to implement
any measures in the upcoming year to increase the flow?
In the first ten months of 2014 (January–October) our country was
visited by 125,000 Ukrainians. This is on 18,000 more than on
the same period in the previous year. Given that there are no land
borders between our countries, this figure is very high. In general,
Georgians treat Ukrainians especially warmly; our peoples are very
close spiritually. In terms of specific events, this year we have given
several large presentations about Georgia’s attractions in different
Ukrainian cities — in Odesa, Dnipropetrovsk, Lviv, twice in Kyiv, and
in this December presentation of investing and tourist possibilities of
Adjara Black sea region is planned. In addition, we have hosted a
lot of cultural events, ranging from the Tbilisoba Festival, which recently took place in Kyiv, to the translation of the work of the great poet
As far as I know, no Georgian New Year’s table would be
complete without wine…
This is, of course, true, since Georgia is a cradle of winemaking.
If your feast is accompanied by a revered toastmaster, white wine
is often served, because you have to be ready for frequent toasts,
and red wine in large quantities is much harder on the body. In the
mountainous regions chacha (pomace brandy) will also be served.
The hosts apart, the most important figure during the feast is the toastmaster. The mood of the feast actually depends upon his eloquence
and humour. Traditionally, the toastmaster is chosen from among the
guests, and it has to be a respected person. A toastmaster must be
in good health because he drinks more than the others and is the
last to leave the feast. In Georgia the institution of toastmaster is
very important: first and foremost it has an educational role. Many
families with children gather together at the table for major holidays,
and when all the adults toast to their Motherland, their ancestors,
parents, friendship, loyalty of women, love, neighbors etc., so the
children give ear to everything that is somehow educational. Therefore, toasts at the feast must always have a moral basis. Praise is
also an extremely important factor during the holidays. Even though it
is not always deserved, it imposes to try to meet the qualities that are
attributed to you.
IN GEORGIA THE INSTITUTION
OF TOASTMASTER IS VERY IMPORTANT:
FIRST AND FOREMOST IT HAS AN
EDUCATIONAL ROLE
most of this area is subtropical, the peaks in Adjara are often snowcapped. Currently the infrastructure at these resorts has not been developed to meet all the requirements of modern tourism, but there is
no doubt that in a couple of years they will become the destinations
of choice for winter recreation in Georgia.
Personally speaking, I love the countryside around Batumi. Within 15-20 kilometres of the city you are welcomed by the mountains.
And if you climb another 50 kilometres towards Borjomi, you will
be surrounded by pure untouched nature. In my opinion, it is in
these places that the most interesting small restaurants are situated.
Often they are inconspicuous, but their delicious Georgian cuisine
beats everything. This is natural food on which you can feast at a
reasonable price. Even the trout served here is fished from the nearby
mountain streams and cooked in a special leaf. You cannot begin
to imagine how delicious it is, especially after a walk in the fresh
mountain air.
In general there are many beautiful landmarks in Georgia, both
in the Western and Eastern part of the country. Of course, you
should visit Tbilisi, old Georgian capital Mtshketa, which is, by the
way, not far, and also Sighnaghi, Vardzia, Gelati and many other
interesting places.
Do you have a favourite restaurant in Georgia?
I cannot single out just one, but on my way from Batumi to Tbilisi I always stop for lunch at one of the restaurants on the pass.
What would you wish to our readers for the
New Year?
Firstly, I hope that everyone visits Georgia this year, I do believe that
I have already offered reasons enough and some to spare (laughing). Of course, most of all I wish your people, who are such close
friends of our nation, prosperity and bright European future. Because
we are European countries!
Mr Ukleba, what places would you recommend to first
time visitors to Georgia? Can you recommend any specific
authentic restaurants that still preserve the spirit of traditional Georgia?
Georgia is very rich and diverse in nature. It manages to fit subtropics, snow, desert, coast and lakes into a small area of land.
Therefore, it can satisfy the desires of any tourist. For a winter holiday
I’d recommend Gudauri or Bakuriani. These resorts have recently
been equipped with new machinery, including artificial snow producting devices. The cable cars have also been upgraded — thus
Georgia is ready for all weathers and a large number of tourists this
year. Winter tourism is also being actively developed in Mestia and
Svaneti, as well as in the mountains of Adjara. Despite the fact that
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THE TREASURES
OF ANCIENT CASTLES
Since ancient times medieval fortresses have attracted romanticists
dreaming of plunging into adventure, travelling and knights.
The castles of Ukraine have a unique history, each of them closely
guarding its own secret. We present the most charming of Ukraine’s
castles, whose mysteries have not been solved and treasures have
not been found.
SCHONBORN CASTLE: GOLD
OF THE COUNTS
The castle is deservedly considered to be
the dreamiest in Ukraine. It was built by
the Count of Schonborn at the end of the
nineteenth century, having been designed
by the best architects in Europe. Each
detail, whether a tower or a chimney, not
only has a function, but adds to the decorative impact of the whole. The Count
of Schonborn was an inventive person!
He wanted to employ symbolic elements
in the building’s design, characteristic of
the medieval gothic style. The basis for the
symbolism used was the astronomic year.
Thus, the castle has 365 windows, matching the number of days in a year, 52 rooms
(the number of weeks) and 12 entrances/
exits (the months). This would suggest that
the Count was rather fond of numbers and
riddles. After the disappearance of his wife,
the Count hid 30 kilograms of gold somewhere within the thick walls of his estate.
This number was also special to him: the
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Count’s wife climbed down a 30-metrehigh wall of rock opposite the castle, and
was never seen again. Of course, nor has
the Count’s gold been seen since. Perhaps
someone will be lucky enough to find the
treasure in the walls of Schonborn Castle in
our time?
Location: Zakarpattia Region, Mukachevo
Area, Carpaty Resort
PIDGIRTSI CASTLE:
ALCHEMIC TREASURES
The palace, which is a European architectural masterpiece, is located in the old
village of Pidgirtsi, not far from Lviv. It has
been called the Ukrainian Versailles: the
palace once hosted balls and dances for
European aristocrats, and its luxurious halls
and rooms contained a substantial collection of paintings. The most famous owner
of Pidgirtsi Castle was the Polish king, John
Sobieski, who resided here. As a royal
home the palace boasted a collection
of valuable books and furniture, and had a
ceremonial sentry and several cannons positioned in front of it. The neighbouring aristocrats attended splendid balls at Pidgirtsi. In
1787 the castle was inherited by Seweryn
Rzewuski, an alchemist who tried to create
the Philosopher’s Stone. There is a rumour
that “the Seweryn gold” created by the
talented scientist is still hidden somewhere in
the dungeons of Pidgirtsi. However, whether
this is true or not is unknown, leaving Mr
Rzewuski’s secret to be discovered by future
generations.
Location: Lviv Region, village of Pidgirtsi
STAROKOSTIANTYNIV CASTLE:
TATAR TRACKS
This grand building, which looks more like a
fortress than an exquisite castle, was known
for its extreme inhospitality. And this is quite
understandable — the castle’s inhabitants
hated strangers. The Old Constantine Castle was built in such a way as to block the
Black Way to the Tatars, which was the
direction from which most of the devastating
raids came. Everything here served a defensive purpose. The fortress was so strong that
since 1575 it has never been captured by
an opponent. It held against every enemy,
except for time. Centuries of oblivion have
made a mark: the building has fallen to
pieces and the moat has disappeared, as
have the drawbridge and the beautiful interior which had helped the fortress’s owners
to forget a little about their gloomy life in
this dangerous and isolated place. Time has
even wiped out the memories of the winter
balls that attracted the local ladies and
feudal lords. Only tales of the gigantic Tatar
treasure of hundreds of thousands of silver
coins hidden somewhere around the castle
still pass from generation to generation.
Location: Khmelnytsk Region, City of
Starokonstantyniv
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TOP 5 OF THE BEST VIENNA CAFES
Braunerhof (Stallburggasse 2) — a classic Viennese coffee house where you can
enjoy not only the traditional drinks but
also listen to Strauss waltzes played by
a live orchestra every Saturday;
Diglas (Wollzeile 10) — a historical
coffee house opened in 1875 in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph himself;
A GOURMET’S
PARADISE
Vienna is the only place in the world with its own cuisine.
The recipes of legendary Vienna coffee, Vienna schnitzel, strudel
and, naturally, Sacher cake were born here, in the capital
of Austria, giving the city a unique scent.
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A
classic European city famous for its
pompous architecture, royal palaces,
intrigues of former monarchy and
musical heritage of outstanding composers:
Beethoven, Haydn, Strauss, Mozart — all
this is modern grand Vienna. Still, neither
the music nor art or architecture rule in
this city with the maximal concentration
of fine arts. It is ruled by Vienna cuisine!
They say the memory of scents is the most
powerful in the world. Perhaps that’s why
every tourist who visited Vienna at least
once will nostalgically remember this place
by its incredible aromas. Strong Vienna
coffee scents emanate from the windows
of numerous cafes in the central street, the
Kerntnerstrasse, the open doors of a restaurant kitchen suddenly produce a wave
of schnitzel smell, and the scent of freshly
baked strudels flow along the Ringstrasse,
seducing the pedestrians. The exquisite
Viennese cuisine which established a
fashion trend across the whole Europe hundreds of years ago has made history as a
motherland of legendary recipes still loved
all over the world.
SENTIMENTAL SYMBOL OF VIENNA
Palatial splendour is felt in the air, and it’s
not accidental: the population of the Austrian capital mostly consists of bourgeois
family descendants, so everywhere you go
Freud, Paul McCartney, Marlene Dietrich,
Romy Schneider and other famous persons;
Schottenring (Schottenring 14) is famous
for its coffee which the coffee house personnel roasts right here, and also known
for live music concerts hosted here every
day;
Landtmann (Universitatsring 4) is considered one of the best coffee houses
of Vienna, frequently visited by Sigmund
Schwarzenberg (Kaerntnerring 17) —
an old Viennese coffee house opened
in 1861. It has a great wine list, a wide
selection of beer and one of the tastiest
strudels in Vienna.
you will see truly royal luxury spiced with
democracy pretence.
Near the entrance to any coffee house,
regardless of whether it is located in the
center of old Vienna or in the suburbs, you
will be met by the coffee house owner.
Taking a bow or shaking your hand, he
will take you to a table and offer you all
the best he has in the today’s menu. The
etiquette is simple and understandable —
for example, between 11 am and 15 pm,
instead of saying “Good afternoon!”, they
will say “Bon appetit!”.
No other city in the world can boast
of such amount of famous visitors like in Vienna. The Landtmanne Coffee House was
often visited by Sigmund Freud; the famous
Frauenhuber was a favourite place of Mozart, and the Central Coffee House somehow became the place where the Russian
Bolsheviks held their secret meetings in
the beginning of the XX century. Their frequenter was the well-known Leon Trotsky,
a Communist in his heart and a well-wisher
of bourgeois excessiveness in real life.
He enjoyed the aromatic Vienna coffee,
so every time he visited the coffee house
he ordered a cup of this wonderworking
drink. In general, the famous Vienna coffee
is deemed to be one of the visit cards of
the city. It is here that it was served for the
first time, with whipped cream on top, and
this little culinary discovery immediately
turned Vienna into a coffee trend setter of
the Old World.
The paradox is that Vienna has become
the European capital of coffee while being
the last city in this part of the world that
joined in this drink. The Turks made it for
many years. The first coffee houses were
opened in London, Paris and Amsterdam
back in the XII century. But coffee arrived
to Vienna only in the ‡VII century. Still, the
Viennese managed to make it their national
Austrian drink although coffee ingredients
have never been grown in the country!
Over 300 years ago, Vienna, in the Turkish
siege, fell into such a difficult situation that
it sent one of persistent Viennese of Polish
origin to negotiations, forgetting all about
its Austrian pride. Georg Franz Kolschitzky
managed to conduct successful negotiations
and convince the Turks to leave the city, and
even returned with 300 sacks of unroasted
coffee grains left by the Ottomans. When
Kolschitzky made the first cup of coffee,
his fate in Vienna was firmly set — the city
accepted and fell in love with this strange
drink. The Viennese turned out to be so
creative that they invented lots of coffee variations, but the following are the basic:
Mokka — strong black coffee;
Melange — coffee with milk;
Einspaenner — black coffee in a
glass with milky top whipped with vanilla
sugar. This drink is known all over the
world as “the Vienna coffee”;
Brauner — “brown coffee”. Served
with a small milk-jug and a glass of cold
water;
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Maria Theresia — black coffee with
orange liqueur named in honour of Maria
Theresia.
For over three centuries of being in the
Austrian capital, coffee turned into just as
sentimental symbol of Vienna as an apple
strudel and the Sacher cake.
A GENEROUS GIFT FROM
VIENNA
Along with the British pudding, Italian Tiramisu, French creme-brulee and American
cheesecake, the Viennese Sacher cake is
in the top five most favourite desserts of
the world. So, to try it at the place where
it was born is the sacred duty of every
tourist. Its recipe which was kept in secret
for a long time had been invented quite by
chance. In 1832, the minister of foreign
affairs of Austria, Prince Metternich ordered
his chef to make something new and delicate for his guests, but the chef suddenly
got ill. The order had to be fulfilled by
16-year-old Franz Sacher. The scared
teenage boy threw everything he found
in the kitchen into the bowl and glazed it
over with chocolate. The prince and his rich
guests liked the cake so much that since
then it has been served at all gatherings.
If you still haven’t had the chance to try
the famous dessert, we suggest visiting a
cafe with the same name, “Sacher Cafe”
(Philharmonikerstrasse, 4) — here the his-
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toric cake is made according to the same
recipe invented by the frightened kitchen
boy a long time ago: a piece of flat dry
chocolate sponge cake is oiled with aromatic apricot jam and then iced with large
amounts of shiny dark chocolate.
Nevertheless, just like Mozart’s music cannot be described in words, you need to listen
to it, this is the case when you cannot describe
the Sacher cake, you have to taste it!
The Austrian capital is famous for not
just Sacher. Another priceless dessert is
the Vienna strudel which, to the surprise
of many, can have not only apple filling,
but also strawberry, cherry and even pop
seed! The Vienna strudel is especially
smartly served in the legendary “Mozart
Cafe” opened in 1794, three years after
the composer’s death. The Vienna coffee,
the Vienna strudel and the Sacher cake are
the three culinary masterpieces generously
given to the world by Vienna. But their true
taste, color and scent can be fully admired
and felt only here, in the heart of Austria.
It is not by chance that Vienna is called
the only city of the planet that has its own
special and incomparable cuisine. And that
makes all the residents of the blessed Austrian city so proud!
HOW TO REACH
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flights from Kyiv to Vienna
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~š£¤—¨®œ’ ªœ ’ ” }Æ£’“ ŸÆ Bomdia Lisboa
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LEARN TO
PORTUGUESE CRAFTSMANSHIP
Portugal is a colourful and passionate country. It teaches visitors to wonder, enjoy every moment and perfect
themselves. Coming here, we encourage you not only to visit the standard tourist attractions, but also to
plunge into the national culture. For example, be sure to visit at least one of the workshops below.
‰w‚t€r Æ|‚r Šr}rvr –
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AZULEJO ART
Portugal begins with azulejo. This word is not the name of
a mysterious monument, a tribe or a food, but of a ceramic tile.
In Portugal, this finishing material has become a work of art.
Painted white and cobalt coloured tiles decorate buildings and
subway stations, serving as street signs and plates for inscribing
the names of cheery establishments. You could walk through
every Portuguese city and never find two identical azulejo. This
unusual painting technique originated in the 15th century and
has been passed down throughout the ages. You can still master it today at one of the Portuguese schools of fine art.
Useful information:
Art School Bomdia Lisboa in Lisbon
Venue: lessons are given individually in your hotel
or at any other convenient location
Duration: 4 hours
Cost: € 89
COOKING BACALHAU
Portugal is a coastal country, so it is no surprise that the basis
of its culinary tradition is fish and marine foodstuffs. One of
the most important items in Portuguese cuisine is bacalhau —
slightly dried, salted cod. There are at least a hundred national
recipes that use it, the most common being cod baked with
potatoes and eggs. You can try this dish in almost all local
restaurants and every Portuguese hostess could teach you how
to cook it. On your return from Portugal, you can cook a similar
pudding at home, but, as it’s hard to get hold of dried cod, it’s
likely you’ll need to use frozen. Thus, authentic bacalhau can
only be found in Portugal.
FADO LESSONS
Portuguese blues originated on the city streets, before becoming
an intellectual genre. The guitar modulations of fado carry all
the sorrow and pain of the people and retell their life stories.
Fado is not a popular genre, but the Portuguese know the most
poignant songs off by heart. And although music is something
very personal to them, for those who are really interested in this
art, teachers can lift the veil of mystery a little.
Useful information:
Instituto de Musica Vitorino Matono
Location: Lisbon, Rua Morais Soares, 47
Course requirements: tailored courses are provided for
those who already know how to play guitar
HOW TO REACH
UIA and partner airlines offer daily regular flights
from Lisbon through Europe
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Useful information:
Sr. Fado de Alfama Restaurant — a venue decorated with
azulejo where you can taste bacalhau and listen to fado
Location: Lisbon, Rua dos Remedios, 176
Average bill: € 70
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ENTERTAINMENT
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THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES
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Genre: fantasy
Directed by Peter Jackson
World premiere:
10 December 2014
Premiere in Ukraine:
18 December 2014
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The final part of the fantasy trilogy
based on Tolkien’s iconic tale The
Hobbit, or There and Back Again.
In the battle under the Lonely Mountain the fate of your favourite hero,
Bilbo Baggins, and his friends, the
dwarves and elves, will be decided.
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INTO THE WOODS
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Genre: thriller
Directed by David Leitch, Chad Stahelski
World premiere: 13 October 2014
Premiere in Ukraine: 11 December 2014
Keanu Reeves’s character is widower leading a quiet and
somewhat isolated life. Who would have thought that behind
the image of a model man a former assassin hides? Unexpected
events occur in the life of John Wick, leading him to once again
take up arms...
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Genre: musical
Directed by Rob Marshall
World premiere:
25 December 2014
Premiere in Ukraine:
25 December 2014
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Based on the Broadway musical,
the movie Into the Woods is a
fairytale in which the characters
go in search of adventure in an
attempt to remove a spell cast
by a witch. The all-star cast (Meryl
Streep, Emily Blunt and Johnny
Depp) has only fuelled interest
in this production.
ENTERTAINMENT
PINK FLOYD
THE ENDLESS RIVER
v ”•š§ 20 ¢ œÇ” —•—Ÿ–’¢Ÿš› “—Ÿ– Pink Floyd
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Incredible Adventures
of Ivan Syla
Author: Oleksandr Gavrosh
Published by
A-BA-BA-GA-LA-MA-GA
Language: Ukrainian
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AC/DC
ROCK OR BUST
It has been 20 long years since
the legendary band Pink Floyd
last released an album. Therefore, the release of The Endless
River in November marked
the band’s triumphant return to
the music world. The ƒD consists
of 21 new tracks, all of which
were written in 1994 but have
only now been recorded and
released.
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This tale of the colourful adventures
of an unrivalled strongman, Ivan
Syla, is based on the true story
of the Transcarpathian hero and
circus man Ivan Firtsak. In 2013
the first twenty-first-century Ukrainian
movie for children, Ivan Syla, was
filmed, based on this book.
This is a new book by the
world-famous author Marc Levy.
As always, the plot is confusing
and mysterious and the outcome
unexpected. This adventure novel
about the desperate search for
freedom and happiness is published in Russian for the first time.
PANORAMA | DECEMBER | 2014
A new album by the Australian rock band AC/DC was
released in early December.
This is the 15th studio album,
for which fans have been
waiting for more than six
years. Hopefully they will
not be disappointed, despite
this being their shortest record yet, at just 35 minutes
long.
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Another Idea of Happiness
Author: Marc Levy
Published by Inostranka
Language: Russian
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¦ ¤ œ Ÿœ¥¢£Æ Ÿ’ ¤—ž¥ Planet of Friends.
Travelling with UIA you will undoubtedly meet interesting people and see magical places, as well as feeling
a wonderful union with the world; we are all friends on this Earth after all. If you manage to capture evidence
of this through your lens you are welcome to take part in our “A Planet of Friends” photo competition.
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PHOTO COMPETITION CONDITIONS:
1. To take part in the competition you need to send a high-resolution
image on the topic of “A Planet of Friends” to this e-mail address:
photo@atmedia.com.ua. Please include the photographer’s full
name and contact information in your email.
2. The judging of the photos will take place in two stages. Each quarter
the three best photographs will be selected by a respected panel of judges and will be published in Panorama in March, June, September and
December. All 12 images will take part in the second stage of selection.
3. In December 2015, after our expert panel has voted, the year’s top
three winners will be decided. All three will receive vouchers for UIA flights
and the photographer of the overall winning photo will also receive a
Canon EOS 700D camera. The results of the competition and a report
from the prize-giving ceremony will be published in Panorama in January
2016.
x…‚Æ / THE JUDGES
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Panorama
Martin Bailey —
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Panorama Publisher
Vadym Yatsenko —
Martin Bailey —
Owner of Brucie
world famous
Collections, traveller
photographer
from Tokyo
www.martinbaileyphotography.com
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UIA Advertising
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Anton Yankoviy —
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Yevgeniya Satska —
UIA Corporate Press
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~r… t ‚w{„zu… DELOITTE TOP 500
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UIA IN THE DELOITTE TOP 500
Ukraine International Airlines entered the Central and Eastern Europe
Top 500 ranking 2014 compiled by Deloitte — one of the world`s
leaders in audit and consulting spheres.
The Central and Eastern Europe Top 500 ranking was compiled according
to consolidated company revenues for the fiscal year 2013. It is based
on income from sales data reported by a particular legal entity operating
in Central and Eastern Europe.
The companies classification was made according to industry branches
and registration countries. 53 Ukrainian companies entered the ranking.
26 of them, including UIA, represent consumer goods and transportation
sector of Ukraine.
UIA is one of the two aircarriers listed in the Top 500 ranking.
In 2013 UIA demonstrated top tier performance. Last year the airline
carried over 4.6 million passengers — and broke arecord, doubled the
fleet, expanded our route network by a hundred percent, launched longhaul flights and also offered passengers new web opportunities.— Today
UIA is the second airline in the Eastern Europe in terms of passenger traffic.
In 2014 both Ukraine and its national carrier had to face unprecedented
challenges. According to 2013 year results UIA entered the Deloitte Top
500 for the first time ever. The company does its best to succeed andopen
up new vistas.
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¢—•Æ ŸÆ” …œ¢’ÈŸš ž ˜š”Æ£¤® ¡¢š–“’¤š œ”š¤œš ™’ ¡Æ”¨ÆŸš Æ ™¢ “š¤š £” È ¡ – ¢ ˜Æ ™’ œ ¢– Ÿ «— “Ɲ®ª ”š•Æ–Ÿšžš. ¢ ¡ ™š¨Æ±
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…œ¢’ÈŸš.
Ukraine International Airlines extends special smart offer
on transit flights from Dnepropetrovsk, Kharkov, Lvov, and
Odessa, providing passengers from Ukrainian regions with the
opportunity to purchase tickets at half-price and make their
trips abroad more profitable. The smart offer is valid for tickets
bought in Ukraine.
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Air France, KLM, Austrian Airlines, Iberia, SN Brussels, S7, Turkish Airlines, TAP
Portugal, Air Baltic, Air Moldova, Belavia, AZAL ¤’ Dniproavia.
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‚šž, s¢°££—® ¤’ ǟªÇ ͔¢ ¡—›£®œÇ ¡¥Ÿœ¤š).
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” ±œš§ ¤—§Ÿ  •Ç©Ÿ Ÿ—ž’Í ¡ –Ç“Ÿš§ ¡’¢¤Ÿ—¢£®œš§ ”Ç–Ÿ £šŸ Ç, ”Ç–¡ ”Ç–Ÿ ,
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Ÿ— –žÇŸŸ ¨ÇŸ±¤® £¡—œ¤¢ ¡¢ ¡ ™š¨Ç› ~r… Ÿ’ ™šž ”š› £—™ Ÿ.
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Ÿ’ £’›¤Ç ’”Ç’œ ž¡’ŸÇÉ www.flyuia.com, ’ ¤’œ ˜ ¥ ”’£Ÿš§ ¤’ ¡’¢¤Ÿ—¢£®œš§ ¦Ç£’§ ~r… Ÿ— ž—Ÿª ’ŸÇ˜ ™’ 150 –ŸÇ” – ”š® ¤¥, ¡’£’˜š¢ ¤¢šž¥Í ™Ÿš˜œ¥ Ÿ’ ¡—¢—Ç¤ ¥ ¢ ™žÇ¢Ç 50% ”Ç– ¤’¢š¦¥.
Smart-¤’¢š¦ ™’£¤ £ ”¥Í¤®£± ™’ ¥ž ”š ¡¢š–“’ŸŸ± œ”š¤œÇ” Ÿ’
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~ £œ”š, ~°Ÿ§—Ÿ’, ’¢š˜’, ¢’•š, ‚šž¥, ƒ’Ÿœ¤-—¤—¢“¥¢•’,
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¢’™ ž 28 Ÿ’¡¢±žœÇ”.
~r… ¡¢’•Ÿ— ™¢ “š¤š ¡ – ¢ ˜Ç ’”Ç’¤¢’Ÿ£¡ ¢¤ ž ž’œ£šž’®Ÿ – £¤¥¡Ÿšžš –± ¡’£’˜š¢Ç”, ¤ ž¥ ¡ £¤Ç›Ÿ ¡¢ ” –š¤® ¢Ç™Ÿ ž’ŸÇ¤ŸÇ
’œ¨ÇÉ ¤’ ¢ ™¡¢ –’˜Ç œ”š¤œÇ”.  ”šŸœ ° ¨® • ¢ œ¥ Í ”¡¢ ”’–˜—ŸŸ±
smart-¤’¢š¦Ç”, ±œÇ – ™” ±°¤® ¡¢š–“’¤š œ”š¤ œ ”–”Ç©Ç –—ª—”ª—
™’ ¥ž ”š ¢’ŸŸ® • “¢ Ÿ°”’ŸŸ±. ’ ¡ ©’¤œ ” ž¥ —¤’¡Ç smart-¤’¢š¦š –DZš šª— ¡ ”š® ¤¥ ™ |šÍ”’. tǖ¤—¡—¢ «¢ ™¥žŸ °» ¡¢ ¡ ™š¨ÇÍ° ”Ç– ~r… ž ˜¥¤® £œ ¢š£¤’¤š£± › Ÿ’ªÇ œÇ͟¤š ™ ¢—•Ç ŸÇ”
…œ¢’ÉŸš, ±œÇ ™ž ˜¥¤® ¨ÇŸš¤š ¡—¢—”’•š smart-¤’¢š¦Ç” ¤’ ™¢ “š¤š
£” É ¡ – ¢ ˜Ç ™ ~r… ¥ 2015 ¢ ¨Ç Ÿ’ 50% ”š•Ç–ŸÇªšžš.
Planning travels well in advance and purchasing tickets for UIA flights on
the carrier`s website www.flyuia.com, in UIA ticket offices and partner
ticket agencies no less than 150 days prior to departure, passengers are
offered 50% discount.
Smart offer is applicable if tickets for flights from the cities of Ukraine
via Kiev to Amsterdam, Athens, Barcelona, Berlin, Brussels, Chisinau,
Dubai, Frankfurt, Geneva, Helsinki, Kaliningrad, Larnaca, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Prague, Rome, Stockholm, St. Petersburg, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Vilnius, Warsaw, and Zurich are bought
— 28 directions altogether.
UIA aspires to make traveling by air as comprehensive as possible.
That`s why various promotions are always held and tickets are sold out.
Smart fares allowing to purchase tickets at half-price in case of early
booking is this year’s novelty. At the initial stages smart offers were applicable only for flights from Kiev. From now clients from other Ukrainian
cities can take advantage of UIA smart offer. They will have a chance to
appreciate UIA smart fares and make their trips in 2015 with UIA more
profitable on 50%.
www.flyuia.com
TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD WITH UIA
Ukraine International Airlines continue to closely cooperate with major
international carriers during the IATA Winter 2014/2015 Schedule
and offer its passengers vast travel opportunities when flying with UIA
and partner airlines.
Today UIA has valid code-share agreements with the following airlines: Air France,
KLM, Austrian Airlines, Iberia, SN Brussels, S7, Turkish Airlines, TAP Portugal, Air
Baltic, Air Moldova, Belavia, AZAL and Dniproavia.
The fans of distant journeys are offered convenient connections with UIA
partner airlines’ flights to Singapore, Colombo, Mumbai, Sydney, Beijing,
Shanghai, Manila, Mauritius, Seychelles and Maldives (via Dubai), as well as
Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Chiang Mai, Trat, Sukhothai, Lampang,
Phuket, Ko Samui, and Krabi (via Bangkok). In the US, UIA and partner airlines
offer convenient connecting flights from Kiev to Washington, San Francisco, Los
Angeles and Las Vegas via New York. With UIA and partner airlines passengers can quickly and conveniently reach Nice, Marseille and Lyon (via Paris),
Birmingham, Edinburgh and Manchester (via Amsterdam), and Lisbon, Porto,
Faro and Funchal (via Geneva, Rome, Brussels and other European cities) in
winter schedule.
Belarus and Latvia become nearer due to non-stop UIA and partner airlines
flights which connect Kiev with Riga and Minsk. UIA passengers traveling to
Samara, Kazan, Ufa, Novosibirsk, Sochi, Krasnodar and Rostov-on-Don (the
Russian Federation) will definitely appreciate convenient connections at Moscow
Domodedovo Airport.
Those wishing to spend Christmas and New Year holidays in the Carpathian
mountains are provided with an opportunity to take advantage of non-stop UIA and
partner airlines between Kiev and Ivano-Frankovsk.
According to Evgeniya Satska, UIA Corporate Press Secretary, UIA offers passengers competitive ticket fares while booking. They are comparable with the rates
of low-cost carriers that technically cannot build partner ties and, consequently, use
partner network. The passengers will definitely appreciate the variety of offers during
the winter schedule.
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Safe modern fleet, which consists of 35 modern
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INFORMATION FOR PASSENGERS TRANSITING JFK
INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Passengers whose baggage is checked through to their final US destination
beyond JFK, must collect their baggage, clear it through customs and thereafter go to the transit baggage check-in desks before making their way to the
connecting flight terminal.
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TRANSFERRING BETWEEN TERMINALS
For transfers between terminals use the AirTrain, which operates between all
terminals at the airport, as well as to stations that connect to the various New
York railroad transportation systems (New York City Subway, Long Island
Railroad).
Allow between 60 and 90 minutes to transfer between terminals when
connecting due to the time required to clear customs, transfer baggage (where
required) and travelling time.
The AirTrain operates in both directions around all terminals atJFK airport.
The approximate travel time for a trip around the entire loop, including stops
at all terminals, is 8 minutes. That does not include walking time between the
airport and AirTrain terminal itself.
CUSTOMS
DECLARATION
All passengers need to complete a customs declaration
form to enter the U.S.
On the front of the form,
please enter your personal
particulars, answer all questions, and sign. If you’re
carrying dutiable goods,
these must be declared
on the reverse.
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DECLARATION 1-94
All persons (except U.S. citizens, returning resident aliens, aliens with immigrant visas,
and Canadian citizens visiting or in transit) must complete the declaration form 1-94. Type
or print legibly with pen in ALL CAPITAL LETTERS. Use English. Do not write on the back
of this form. Please complete both the Arrival Record (items 1 through 17) and Departure
Record (items 18 through 21). Keep the lower (detachable) part of the form in your passport during your stay in the U.S.
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CUSTOMS FORMALITIES
Travellers to/from Ukraine can benefit from simplified
customs procedures — they can decide whether or
not they need to declare items.
ATTENTION! Violation of declaration is punishable by Ukrainian law.
AIRPORT SECURITY RULES REGARDING
LIQUIDS
Starting from 31 January 2014, you may carry
the following liquids in your hand luggage:
• Duty free in a sealed security bag. The item and
the receipt must remain sealed inside the security
bag provided at the time of purchase.
• Containers of liquids, aerosols or gels you
wish to carry in your hand luggage must be
100 millilitres/100 grams or less. All containers
must fit in 1 clear, closed, resealable plastic bag
no more than 1 litre in capacity. The approximate
dimensions of a one litre bag are 20 centimetres
by 17.5 centimetres. At the security check point, take
your plastic bag out of your carry-on and place it in
one of the provided trays. One bag is allowed per
passenger. Any containers over 100 millilitres should
be placed in your checked-in baggage.
• If travelling with small children you may carry
baby food, milk, formula, water and juice in small
containers as necessary for your journey.
• Prescription and essential non-prescription medicines
may be carried on board also. All other liquids
must be placed in your checked-in (hold) luggage.
If in doubt ask your airport, airline or retailer in
advance of travelling for further information.
IMMIGRATION FORMALITIES
Citizens of the EU, the Swiss Confederation, the
Kingdom of Liechtenstein, the Principality of
Andorra, the Principality of Monaco, the Vatican
City-State, the Republic of Iceland, the Kingdom
of Norway, the Republic of San Marino, the US,
Canada, Japan, and Israel may enter Ukraine
without a visa, if that their stay in the country does
not exceed 90 days. (Please make sure you have
a valid passport with you: no other ID document is
valid for entry). All other foreign citizens need a visa
to enter Ukraine.
Upon entering Ukraine, citizens of the Russian
Federation with internal passports must fill out immigration cards, available at the Arrivals Hall of the Boryspil Airport ahead of the immigration check points.
Present this card with your passport to the immigration
officer when going through passport control.
ATTENTION! Keep your immigration card during
your entire stay in Ukraine, as you will be asked
to present it upon leaving the country.
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For more details, please visit the official
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THE OTHER WOMAN
Director: Nick Cassavetes
Starring: Cameron Diaz,
Leslie Mann, Kate Upton
Three unacquainted women find they
have a common boyfriend. Carly
Whitten tries to get her ruined life back
after finding out her ex-boyfriend is married. Ladies unite for revenge.
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INVICTUS
THE GREAT GATSBY
Director: Baz Luhrmann
Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio,
Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire
Director: Chris Wedge
Voices: Amanda Seyfried, Josh
Luxurious parties, squander, lots of
music — this is what you will see in the
adaptation of Fitzgerald’s novel. Nick
Carraway retells the story of a mysterious millionaire Jay Gatsby.
Mary Katherine’s father is an eccentric
scientist who is looking for a tiny Leafman civilization. Firstly Mary thinks he’s
crazy but surprisingly she herself turns
into a little creature…
Director: Clint Eastwood
Starring: Morgan Freeman, Matt
Damon, Tony Kgoroge
Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon
characters retell an inspiring story of
how Nelson Mandela together with
the captain of South Africa’s rugby
team help to unite the country.
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TROUBLE WITH THE CURVE
Director: Robert Lorenz
Starring: Clint Eastwood,
Amy Adams, John Goodman
PARENTAL GUIDANCE
Director: Andy Fickman
Starring: Billy Crystal, Bette Midler,
Marisa Tomei
Old baseball scout Gus has to retire in
a while. Doctors advise him to subject
to an operation on his eyes without delay. Together with his daughter Mickey
Gus departs for North Carolina with
his last task.
Artie and Diane agree to babysit their
grandkids in order to get thoughts
together. Old-style parenting techniques
against modern pedagogical methods — what is the best and who will
win in this parental control competition?
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THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Director: Wes Anderson
Starring: Ralph Fiennes, F. Murray
Abraham, Jude Law
This story takes place between the two
world wars. Friends are involved in the
theft and returning of a priceless Renaissance painting as well as the battle for
an enormous family fortune.
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500 DAYS OF SUMMER
Director: Marc Webb
Starring: Zooey Deschanel, Joseph
Gordon-Levitt
Architect Tom meets Summer, a girl from
Michigan, who becomes an assistant
of his boss. While Tom is a romantic,
Summer doesn’t believe in love. What
will happen to their relationship in
500 days?
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