Go off the beaten track to the fascinating Kazakhstan! Fly from Kyiv to Almaty for just €33 one-way or €103 return!
Kazakhstan is extremely diversified country! You’ll find there boundless prairies, picturesque mountains, spectacular valleys of Tian Shan as well as new modern cities.
The spaceport located in southern Kazakhstan holds the record as the largest and oldest functioning space launch facility. Baikonur Cosmodrome is the place where Sputnik 1, Earth's first artificial satellite, was launched. The rocket that lifted Yuri Gagarin, the first human in outer space, has also started from Baikonur. In the last half century, there were more than 1500 spaceships launched from the cosmodrome.
Baikonur Cosmodrome is situated in the vast desert steppes east of the Aral Sea, far away from large centers of population. To visit this space launch center, you need to give 45 days' notice in advance. There are travel agencies that will help you arrange a visit.
To know more check Destination Fly4free: Kazakhstan and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
January – March 2020
Jan 19-27, Feb 2-12, 18-27, Mar 15-23, 20-28
Kyiv – Almaty – Kyiv
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In Almaty we encourage you to stay at 4* Golden Mir Hotel & Spa with a good price and excellent reviews. This 4* hotel features rooms with flat-screen TV, refrigerator and air conditioning, as well as an ensuite bathroom with free toiletries. An indoor pool and sauna facilities are available for guests.
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