Uman is the burial place of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the Rabbi of the Breslov group of Hasidic Jews. Rabbi Nachman spent the end of his life in Uman, and specifically requested to be buried there. During Rosh Hashanah (The Jewish New Year) there is a major pilgrimage by Breslov Hasidism and others to visit the grave in Uman. This practice dates back to 1811, the year after Rabbi Nachman was buried in Uman. During the Soviet regime the pilgrimage was forbidden by the authorities, but was resumed in 1989 after the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Join us for the unique trip to Holy Tomb of Rabbi Nachman and beautiful Sofiyvka Park in Uman. It is possible to order a Kosher food en route.
Intl. Airport Boryspil (KBP) (Google Map) | Intl. Airport Kyiv (IEV) (Google Map) | Kyiv Railway Station (Google Map)
Every day excluding Saturdays
10:00 – Arriving from Kyiv (any hotel or address as well as International Boryspil Airport)
12:30 – Visit to Rabbi Nachman’s Grave and prey
13:30 – Kosher lunch
14:15 – Visit Sofyivka Park
16:00 – Departure to Kyiv
18:30 – Arrival to Kyiv