Ever wanted to feel like you lived in a war? See bombed-out homes, staving people, and, if you’re lucky, almost get hit by a missile?

 

 

A travel company called Visit Ukraine is advertising ‘Brave City’ tours of cities such as Cherniv, Bucha, Irpin, all of them scarred from the Russian invasion.

 

 

 

“Visit Ukraine begins work on the launch of dark tourism in Ukraine,” says the website. Tours are typically comprised of about 10 people led by a guide and take about 3-4 hours.

 

 

Oh, and the website offers ‘necessary information’ on how to act in a critical situation, where to go, and how to enter/leave the country or evacuate a dangerous region.

It also reminds tourists that martial law is in force in Ukraine and air traffic is suspended, but the entry and exit of foreigners by land is allowed.

 

 

Meanwhile, Ukraine is currently under the highest travel advisory level and US Department of State has warned that it will not be able to assist any Americans in Ukraine.

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