GETTING TO UKRAINE
Visas are not required for citizens of the European Union, United States, Canada, Switzerland and many other countries. This applies only for travels lasting less than 90 days. You may fly into Ukraine through the International Airport at Kharkiv (HRK) or Boryspil International Airport near Kiev. The main international hubs for these flights are Budapest, Frankfurt, Milan, Munich, Prague, London, Rome, Vienna and Warsaw with several flights a day of Austrian AUA, CSA Czech Airlines, LOT, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Air France, British Airways, KLM and MALEV - Hungarian Airlines; also Ukraine International, which code-shares on these routes with the respective carriers, and another Ukrainian carrier, AeroSvit. Special offers on flights come and go, depending on the whim of the carrier.
Flights to Kiev can be booked from various resources, for example here: http://www.bing.com/
Sigma Ukraine development offices are located in Kharkiv and Odesa, which you can get to by bus, train or car from Kiev in about 6 hours.
At Sigma Ukraine, we always seek to grow and progress, utilizing all the benefits of our Ukrainian location. the highly respected and influential educational centers of Kharkiv and Odesa make this two cities the ideal locations for our software development company.
IS THE CITY OF SCIENCE, CULTURE, INTELLECTUALS AND ARTS. AUSTERE AT THE FIRST BLUSH BUT EXPLODES WITH INSPIRATION, ENERGY AND POTENTIAL INDEED. THE CITY THAT NEVER STANDS STILL.
- 1654 – year of foundation
- Ukraine’s second largest city
- 1 452 300 – population (2010)
- About 30 universities and numerous professional, technical and private education institutions
- 150 000+ students
- Kharkiv freedom square (Ploshcha Svobody) is the 6th largest city square in europe and the 11th largest square in the world
IS THE CITY OF ROMANCE, ART, HUMOR, POEMS, THEATERS AND MUSEUMS. IT IS A VERY SPECIAL PLACE WITH ITS OWN UNIQUE CULTURE AND SPIRIT.
For its location and beauty Odesa is well known as the Black sea perl.
- 1794 – year of foundation
- 1 013 000 – population (2010)
- over 100 nationalities
- more than 290 sunny days a year
- largest seaport of Ukraine