Routes covering country: Ukraine

Europe by Rail: The Definitive Guide
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.
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.