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Tourist Poltava

Rest places

Cape of Good Hope

"Cape of Good Hope" is located in a picturesque corner, stretched out on both banks of the river Vorskla. On the left bank is a hotel, cottages and a restaurant on the right side - the beach with deck chairs and comfortable gazebo, bar, barbecue area and all the entertainment (rope park, sports fields for team games and a unique children's playground). We offer quality accommodation in cozy hotel rooms, cottages and suites.

Korpusny park

The central point of the city is the round Alexandrian (Corpusny) garden.

Petrovsky park

Poltava Petrovsky park is the monument of landscape architecture (since 1964). The park was laid out in 1905 near the Konstitutsii square. The park was created by locals under guidance of I. M. Orlovsky – the great enthusiast and nature-lover. About 60 kinds of rare trees and bushes were planted there.

Sunny park

The Birch square

The Birch square received the botanical landmark status in 1970. The square can be found on Pushkina street – the monument to the great writer was placed in the middle of the Birch square.

The Ńhestnut alley

The avenue was planted in 1913 by the Poltava high school students in honour of the 300th anniversary of Romanov dynasty.

Victory park

The city garden was established in 1803 due to initiative of Poltava general-governor prince A.Kurakin. Lands for the park were bought from major Krylovskiy, prince S.Kochubey and count L.Razumovskiy. The province architect – N.Amvrosymov – was ordered to lead beautification of the park, and D.Nevanka planted trees and bushes. In 1930-s, the park was called after I.Franko. During the occupation (1941-1943) fascists cut out bulk trees and bushes and destroyed the park constructions. After the Second World War Poltava citizens revived the park and called it “Pobeda” (Victory park).