St. Valentine’s Day in Ukraine

On St.Valentine’s Day, people exchange gifts, cards, flowers, sweets, and candies in Ukraine. A vast majority of women are excited about the holiday celebrated on the fourteenth of February. In our country, it recently has become extremely popular, while in Europe, it has been celebrated for centuries.

You couldn’t walk more than 5 feet without bumping into a heart or teddy bear! Some people celebrate it, some people disdain it, but on the whole St Valentine’s Day is definitely visible in our country. It is the perfect opportunity to give your attention to beloved ones, presenting them charming gifts.

Among Ukrainian symbols of the holiday, balloons, hearts, and chocolate are considered the most well-known; couples go out for dinners, trying to demonstrate their love to each other.

Here are a few ideas to kick off your brainstorming session on how you’ll spend the holiday with your soulmate.

Recreate your first date

Rated pretty high on the “romantic gestures scale,” this is guaranteed to impress your significant other. It requires a good memory and a bit of work to make it just right, but it is well worth it.

Go for a wintery walk around the city

Leave your apartment and go to get some fresh air. There’s something special about walking around the city with your girlfriend in winter to make some memories.

Eat some sweets with your sweetheart

Bake or decorate together your favorite cookies and have fun. You can use your Grandma’s recipe or find one online.

Ice skating

There is something incredibly fun about ice skating that brings people closer together and just keeps you laughing. You can have some great fun and then move on to a more private location.

No matter how you plan your Valentine’s Day, pay close attention to the details and be ahead of time. You are bound to create an evening to remember because your loved one surely deserves it. Wishing all the love birds out there, a very Happy Valentine’s Day!