Routes covering country: Ukraine

Europe by Rail: The Definitive Guide
Route 52 takes us from Debrecen to Lviv, crossing areas the very names of which evoke a sense of history: Transylvania and Bukovina. It is a route for pros - one that really takes you off the beaten track.
The journey from Budapest to the Ukrainian city of Lviv (Львів) takes in Habsburg lands not often visited by travellers from western Europe. This is a route which traverses religious, linguistic and cultural borderlands.
Between Berlin and Lviv, Route 48 takes in two particularly fine Polish cities, Poznań and Kraków – both with magnificent central squares. Not to mention the capital Warsaw too.