Chernobyl Becomes Hot Tourist Spot Thanks To HBO Series | TODAY


The success of HBO’s “Chernobyl,” a miniseries retelling one of the world’s worst nuclear disasters, is driving many tourists who want to see the plant and the abandoned city where it happened. NBC’s Keir Simmons reports for TODAY.
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  1. Наташа Поляков 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    it is just heartbreaking and I am angry when I see that. In what Chernobyl is interesting. HORROR is all it is! the horror of nuclear power, mad scientists, corrupt politicians, liars and thieves. Chernobyl is a good way for earn money for tourism company.

    Where is my uncle, dead there liquefied by the rays of death, the gamma rays? Where are my two aunts who died because radiations? One of them was almost a Mother to me.

    Ashamed, just ashamed. It is still a very dangerous place, beware! then they will have cancer, leukemia or thyroid cancer in particular and they will ask themselves, how did I get this cancer?

    the misfortune of some makes the happiness of others.

  2. Rory 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    I don’t understand how it can be safe to visit. Isn’t the whole area still littered with radioactive material?

  3. ComradeDyatlov 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    The guy at 2:05 is a pretentious little twit…not even Ukrainian and he’s acting like Chernobyl is all his to enjoy and have to himself…take him to the infirmary, he’s delusional…

  4. rinleez 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    Tourism has always been a thing there, trips organised every week, it's nothing new. I've wanted to go and see it myself for many years now, but I don't feel like paying a fee to enter a place that's essentially empty and free to see, but someone's got to bribe the corrupt officials so that you can go in. Disgusting.

  5. Martha Cassanova 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    How can be safe if tons of radiative materials fell down into the ground… I think government allow this to get money even Though they know that is not safe at all.

  6. Google User 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    I went to Chernobyl in 2015 on a guided tour though the city of pripyat, I am from New Zealand, I payed around $100 USD where the locals pay around $30 USD, unfortunately the whole tour was in Ukrainian so I had no idea what was being said, but thankfully I had a friend who relayed all the important information back to me. They have military police guarding the road into pripyat so you can't just go in on a whim. We were there for about 5 hours walking through the city and into some buildings including the hospital, school and local swimming pool. You were not allowed to touch or pick up anything. At the time they were building the sarcophagus over the reactor. It was the beginning of November when I went and it was freezing cold

  7. sullytube7 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    Subscribe we are currently filming at Chernobyl and will notify you when its done –

  8. Fett 3 July, 2020 at 04:42 Reply

    And in 40 years the slight radiation has made cancer possible where it now savagely takes over their body

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