In our city we have three discotecs with terrific program and where you can dance whole night! In time this word combination developed into Kremenchuk. With the purpose of defence of the crossing- place across the Dnipro necessity of building of fortifications every time arised.If you are crazy about billiard you can play in your favorite game here. Blessed land of Kremenchuk was quite deserted at one time. Kremenchuk was founded approximately in 16th century for defence of the Left-bank Prydniprovya.
Big and soft bed in front of the TV is the best way to relax after the flight. Would you like to have warm bath after a day full of impressions?You are welcome to feel all the comfort you may need in a single occupancy standard room at the Hotel in the city or private apartment of equal standard.Suvorov was a commander of the Kremenchuk division.He was hardly wounded in a battle, and during winter and spring of 1788 he was a patient of the Kremenchuk hospital.In summer time our city is very beautiful, it's green and sunny!
Also we have a lot of good restaurants where you can spend romantic evening with candles with your beloved. Land of Kremenchuk experienced nomadic raids, Mongol-Tatar devastating attacks, Crimean-Khan and Turkish conquests.
Do you want to feel like a King who is going to meet his Queen?
Your hotel room or best private apartment in the city with all the modern facilities and design will create the atmosphere of luxury!
If you don't like hotels and want to feel more like at home we will provide the apartment for you. Kremenchug is the second largest city in Poltava region, which is located on both banks of the river Dnieper that lays on the border of Poltava and Kirovorgrad regions in the most picturesque area of Central Ukraine.
One-room appartment with the facilities which are important for you. Kremenchug is a large industrial city in Poltava region and one of the leading industrial centers of Ukraine.
In 1625 nearby Kurukove lake registered cossaks together with cossaks from Zaporizhzhya routed me Polish troops.