2019 : Kiev to the Black Sea - Odessa to Kiev

Enjoy Ukraine's towns & traditions

Cruise the Dnieper River to the Black Sea, an ancient and splendid trade route lined with rich cultural treasures, onion-domed churches and rural folkways that recall the days of Vikings, Tatars and Cossacks. Visit Kiev's Cave Monasteries. Marvel at the riding skill of Cossack horsemen. And trace the footsteps of history at Odessa's Potemkin Steps.

Viking Inclusive Value


  • One complimentary shore excursion in every port of call
  • Unlimited free Wi-Fi
  • Visits to UNESCO Sites
  • Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances
  • Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • Port taxes & fees
  • Ground transfers with Viking Air purchase


  • River-view stateroom
  • Most Deluxe Staterooms have hotel-style bed with optional twin-bed configuration; luxury linens & pillows
  • 26" flat-screen Sony┬« TV with CNBC, CNN, BBC & more
  • 110/220 volt outlets
  • Refrigerator; security safe; hair dryer
  • Spacious glass-enclosed shower in Suites & Jr. Suites
  • Premium toiletries; plush robes & slippers
  • Stateroom steward & twice-daily housekeeping

    Day by Day

    Day 1 - Odessa, Ukraine

    With its many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts, Odessa has a Mediterranean feel.

    Day 2 - Odessa, Ukraine

    A historically important port, the "Pearl of the Black Sea" was built on the site of an ancient Greek colony, Odessos.

    Day 3 - Odessa, Ukraine

    Odessa draws its rich history from the many cultures that settled here, including the Crimean Tatars, Turks, Russians and Germans.

    Day 4 - Odessa, Ukraine

    Odessa is a lively metropolis with many parks, tree-lined boulevards and beach resorts.

    Day 5 - Kherson, Ukraine

    Kherson lies where the Dnieper Delta empties into the Black Sea.

    Day 6 - Zaporozhye, Ukraine

    More than 200 years old, Zaporozhye stretches across both sides of the Dnieper River.

    Day 7 - Dnipro, Ukraine

    Dnipro was once known as Ekaterinoslav, after Catherine the Great officially laid a foundation stone at her namesake cathedral.

    Day 8 - Kremenchug, Ukraine

    Settled by Cossacks in the 16th and 17th centuries, Kremenchug, like much of Ukraine, came under Polish influence early on, despite construction of its fortress in 1590.

    Day 9 - Kiev, Ukraine

    From the 9th century on, Kiev was the main Dnieper River trade center on the route from Scandinavia to the Black Sea and Constantinople.

    Day 10 - Kiev, Ukraine

    The old section of Kiev retains many historic buildings and monuments, including the dramatic domed St. Sophia Cathedral.

    Day 11 - Kiev, Ukraine

    The capital of Ukraine and one of Europe's oldest cities, Kiev has a rich heritage of Viking and Cossack peoples.

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    Cruise Line
    Viking River Cruises
    Offer valid through 6/30/2019
    11 Days
    Cruise Ship
    Viking Sineus

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    Day 1Odessa  
    Day 2Odessa  
    Day 3Odessa  
    Day 4Odessa  
    Day 5Kherson  
    Day 6Zaporozhye  
    Day 7Dnipro  
    Day 8Kremenchug  
    Day 9Kiev  
    Day 10Kiev  
    Day 11Kiev  

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    • 2019 : Kiev to the Black Sea - Odessa to Kiev

      From $3,699.00 (USD)

      Destination: Scandinavia/Russia
      Ship: Viking Sineus
      Enjoy Ukraine's towns & traditions Cruise the Dnieper River to the Black Sea, an ancient and splendid trade route lined wi...

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