Dear Friend, this tour is going to be exciting and challenging, but one of the most memorable in your life. You’re going to figure out some local mysteries and discover Kyiv. Strange creatures are waiting for you in their dens...
Places where where dreams come true
Dear fellow, we invite you to visit places, where you will see the real magic, and do other extraordinary things that seem to be absolutely unreal in the usual Life.
Looking for Kyiv animals
While looking for animals in the streets of Pechersk, you will find out many new and interesting things about Kyiv, such as: who is the guardian of our city, where has the Institute from Institute street gone.
Green slopes and respectable Lypky
We start at the square which played crucial role during Euromaidan protests, we’ll walk to the Arch of Friendship, and enjoy lovely views of Podil and Poshtova Square.
The pilgrimage from atheism to God
The unusual name of our trips there during its creation. Today's route combined with each other, at first glance, quite different monuments Kyiv, but they somehow reflect or Soviet times who distinguished propaganda of communism, the struggle with religion and the destruction of sacred places, or vice versa – during the formation and flowering of Christianity in Rus.
The main artery of Kyiv - to its pulsating heart
Famous market, museum of modern art, Roshen chocolate heaven, the longest – and metallic! – bar in Kyiv, renovated Soviet era department store, spooky Chimera house and the legendary Maidan.
Old and New Kyiv Podil
Kyiv City beginnings here. And it was always there, since ancient times, when in the misty early centuries of our era here moored first traders and soldiers.
Old City and Kyiv Monmartre
The first part of your trip is called "Old city and Kyiv Montmartre", we start on the main street – Khreshchatyk. If it were to take the time machine and get here around a thousand years ago, you would have ended up in the woods.
Starting at the square once famous for its jewish bazaar, we’ll walk down Saksaganskogo street, that housed Ukraine’s most eminent artists.
Jews appeared in Kyiv in pre-Christian times. This is not surprising, because it was from the Middle East that civilization came to the Slavic-Russians.
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