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Hotel Helicopter

1B Generala Zhadova Str., Kremenchug,

39600, Poltava region, Ukraine

Tel: +380 536 78 09 89

info@hotel-helicopter.com

Booking department:

Tel: +380 5366 3 63 63

Cell phone: +380 67 531 48 78

Skype: hotel-helicopter

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We are glad to meet our guests at the airports, train and bus stations of Ukraine and organize transfer to Hotel Helicopter. Our driver will meet you and take you to the hotel in a comfortable car.

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Travel tips and useful information

Visas

For stays of up to 90 days, citizens of the EU, Switzerland, Canada, the USA, Iceland, Japan, and Norway do not need a visa, nor do those of Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican, plus the Balkan and CIS nations. However, if arriving for the purpose of employment, study or permanent residency, visas will be required even for these nationalities. Other nationalities always need visas, as well as those visitors intending to stay in Ukraine for more than 90 days. Visas are available from your local embassy. See the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine (www.mfa.gov.ua) for a complete list of embassies and contact details. There are several types of visas, including business, tourist, private, with single, double and multiple entries available. Letters of invitation are technically needed for all visas, although this is more of a formality these days. Single- and double-entry visas can be obtained for one to six months.

Credit Cards, exchange offices, ATMs

Ukraine remains primarily a cash economy. Credit cards are increasingly accepted by upmarket hotels, restaurants and shops. There are numerous exchange offices and banks only 5 min by foot from the hotel

Cash machines (ATMs) can be found all around Kremenchug. The best way to manage your money in Ukraine is to simply take it out of your account in hryvnias. Your own bank is likely to charge you a small commission for taking out foreign currency.