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Questions and answers:
Stuart asks: How can I travel from Melitopol to Berdyansk today, and what should I be paying?
casmir asks: How many hours from Sumy to Dnepropetrovsk by train and how much money does it cost?
There is no train running from Sumy to Dnepropetrovsk, here is the schedule of Sumy bus station and there are several buses on Sumy-Dnepropetrovsk route
. The trip takes about 5-6 hours. You can translate the sites from Russian/Ukrainian by using the following service
Robert asks: Is it possible to go from Nikolaev to Uman by bus and how much is the fare?
I found that there is daily bus running from Nikolaev to Uman. The bus leaves Nikolaev at 09:20 local time and arrives to Uman at 16:50. Unfortunately I don't have the information about the exact fare but it is somewhere about 10-20 USD.
alex asks: Is there a train from Borispol airport to Uman?
Jh asks: Where can I find information about bus connections from Berdyansk? Is there a bus connection from Berdyansk to Simferopol? From Berdyansk to Melitopol?
According to the schedule from Berdyansk bus station site
there are regular buses running to Melitopol (departure at 7:55; 8:40; 9:50; 12:50; 16:10; 17:00 local time). No buses to Simferopol but there is one to Sevastopol located not so far away (departure at 6:15). There are also several buses going to other cities of Crimea available. The following service
to translate from Russian.