Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv, Ukraine) has climbed to the top of Airport Council International (ACI Europe) rating. Boryspil came in first place, providing a growth dynamic in passenger traffic at the rate of 19.4% among airports servicing from 10 to 25 million passengers.
For more than 10 years, we are servicing all kinds of groups offering transfers, guides, escorts, transportation assistance, restaurants, sport & cultural events and museums tickets, luxury tours and hotel reservations with contracted rates all over Ukraine.
Furthermore, as a Destination Management Company, we organize all kinds of incentive programs, meetings, congresses, special events, etc.
We also specialize in various leisure groups, Food & Wine Tours, Religious Itineraries, Educational Tours, Eco tours and others. Whatever your group’s interest may be, MICE House can arrange a perfect tour!
Our business philosophy relies on the two pillars of Quality & Service. We are dedicated to providing you with the best possible service and local knowledge to create a high-quality holiday that will meet your expectations and individual preferences.
We are confident that we can handle your business requirements successfully achieving the high level of customer satisfaction.
Our team always glad to answer your questions or to send any additional information about traveling to Ukraine.
Welcome to Pretty High Kitchen Restaurant!
You won’t find any waiters here but only the best chefs who are creating modern restaurant culture in Lviv. Here you are not limited by the menu and you may order something based on your own preferences – it all depends on how you arrange it with the chef. The chefs will pick the dishes for your taste.
And it is all happening while the vinyl music is playing from the enormous handmade loudspeakers that were created in Lviv.
To book your trip to Lviv, please contact MICE House DMC Ukraine!
Ukraine has more than 50 castles and fortresses. The biggest part of them is worth visiting. Some of them, such as Akkerman Fortress near Odessa, Kam’yanets – Podilsky castle, Hotyn became the place for many international festivals and tournaments. Travelers from all over the World are coming to Ukraine to visit museums at Medzhybizh, Palanok, Dubno castle and many others, which definitely are not a waste of time.
The castles, as well as fortresses, are the perfect venues for incentive activities, corporate events and, of course, gala dinners.
The most popular tourist itinerary includes visits to Olesko, Zolochiv and Pidhirtsi – the small villages famous for their amazing castles. These castles are different – the powerful defensive building of Olesko Castle, the beautiful palace with slender towers and shining mosaic in Zolochiv and mysterious castle from Renaissance with bastion fortifications in Pidhirtsi.
FULL DAY TRIP OLESKO – ZOLOCHIV – PIRGIRTSI CASTLES.
There are hardly any castles in the world that went through such roller coaster transformations – from a royal residence to a hospital, vocational school for farming machinery mechanics, ghost-haunted ruins, museums, crumbling structures in perpetual state of restoration where cows and goats graze on once well-kept lawns.
Olesko Castle is an outstanding architectural and historic monument from the 13th – 18th centuries, once a strong fortress of Old Rus in the 14th century.
Later in the 15th – 16th century Olesko Castle was turned into a palace for aristocracy and remodeled in the Italian Renaissance style in the 1620s. The famous Polish king Jan III Sobieski was born there in 1629. The king often lived in Olesko Castle and collected numerous art works. Afterwards the castle belonged to the Rzewuski family.
After restoration in 1965-1975 Olesko Castle became a museum. Hundreds of unique paintings, sculptures and applied arts can be seen in the museum.
Among them are icons, portraits, still-lives, the monumental picture of the Battle of Vienna, old furniture and wooden sculptures. In the Olesko Castle basement there is a well which also served as an escape passage for the besieged.
A nice park with some modern sculptures surrounds Olesko Castle.
Pidhirtsi Castle is a unique architectural monument in the late Renaissance style dating back to 1635-1640. It belonged to the aristocratic Rzewuski family, was not intended as a defense structure and should be more accurately called a palace.
Pidhirtsi Castle is surrounded by a moat and includes a Baroque church of St. Joseph (1752-1766). It has a wall with a heavy gate and a park with old trees.
Pidhirtsi Castle has been under restoration after years when it was used as a Soviet hospital. It may take many years before it regains its pervious glory.
However visitors are admitted and have to use their imagination when looking at once grand interiors. Visitors to Pidhirtsi Castle will be invited to take a short walk to see a beautiful wooden church of St. Michael from 1720.
Zolochiv Castle was built as a citadel with bastions in the 1630s. In the 17th – 18th centuries the castle belonged to the rich Polish families of Sobieski and Radziwill. In the days of Austro-Hungarian empire, Zolochiv Castle was turned into a prison and later became a grim prison under Stalin. A memorial and an exhibition to commemorate those who perished here can now be seen in the castle as well as a chapel outside the castle walls.
Inside Zolochiv Castle visitors could see a newly restored Chinese palace built to follow European fashion for Chinese art in late 17th century. To the right, there is a larger residential palace undergoing restoration. From the bastions, one could see surrounding countryside and the town of Zolochiv. Tourists would be taken to the old magic stone in the castle courtyard. It has engraved inscriptions in the unknown language and a hole in the middle that will help fulfill your wishes if you put your finger there and turn.
On the 3rd of April MICE HOUSE took part at the tourist workshop Ukraine – China.
The workshop was attended by representatives of 20 travel companies and media from China. The event is aimed for popularizing of Ukrainian tourist products and increasing tourist flow to Ukraine from China.
The number of Chinese visitors to Ukraine increased by 51.4 percent last year.
A total of 31,114 Chinese citizens visited Ukraine last year, according to a report released by Ukraine’s State Statistics Service.
Most of them came to Ukraine for business, tourism or private purposes, the report said.
Ukraine introduced a visa-on-arrival policy for Chinese citizens at Kiev Boryspil Airport and the airport of the country’s southern Black Sea resort of Odessa in June 2016.
GRAND HOTEL LVIV – the new 5 stars property was opened in Lviv after four years of reconstruction.
Lviv Grand Hotel is located in the center of Lviv offering 121 comfortable rooms of Standard, Improved, Luxury, Sado-Maso Themed Room and Presidental Suite.
For guests of the hotel there are Restaurant Grand SoLie (106 seats), Lounge Bar (90 seats), VIP Lounge (27 seats), Roof Terrace and Cigar Room.
For corporate clients open their doors Meeting Room (up to 8 persons), U-Shape Style Setup (up to 70 persons), Auditorium (Theatre) Style Setup (up to 180 persons). https://grand-hotel.com.ua